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Bass Matthew Rose sings Purcell and Schubert with Pianist Vlad Iftinca at Weill Recital Hall

Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall

881 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10019

Bass Matthew Rose is a master of operatic, song, and concert repertoire. His artistry is on display for his New York recital debut, in which he sings songs by Purcell and Loewe, as well as Schubert’s magnificent Schwanengesang. The Guardian called Rose “among the most musically illuminating of the new generation of basses” and praised his recent recording of Schwanengesang for “clear textures, sensitivity to words, and lightness and variety of touch.” —Carnegie Hall

Matthew Rose, Bass
Vlad Iftinca, Piano

PURCELL “Let the dreadful engines of eternal will” (realized Britten)
PURCELL “Let the night perish” (“Job’s Curse”) (realized Britten)
LOEWE “Archibald Douglas”
SCHUBERT Schwanengesang


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