Friday, February 3, 2012

Kelly Markgraf performs Brahms, Schumann & Telemann

Kelly Markgraf

Barihunk Kelly Markgraf will be joined by soprano Isabel Bayrakdarian, mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke and tenor Matthew Plenk for an evening of music dedicated to affairs of the heart. The program with the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center will feature music by Schubert, Brahms, Schumann, and Berg.

Markgraf will perform Schumann's Selected Lieder for Baritone and Piano and Brahms Liebeslieder Waltzer for Four Voices and Piano, Four Hands, Op. 52 (1868–69). Visit the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center website for tickets and additional information.

Daniel Teadt

Markgraf returns to New York City Opera this season after his huge success in Don Giovanni to perform the pivotal role of Pluto in Telemann's Orpheus opposite fellow barihunk Daniel Teadt in the title role.

Anya Matanovic and Kelly Markgraf sing the Act III opening duet from Le Nozze di Figaro
at a dress rehearsal with Kentucky Opera:

UPDATE: We have a feeling that Kelly Markgraf has a few friends out there. After our post we received a few emails letting us know about other performances that he's involved with. The first is Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" with the Hawaii Opera Theater (HOT - we love the acronym).  The American barihunk will be performing the role of Malatesta from Feb 10 through Valentine's Day. Click HERE for tickets or additional information.

Markgraf will also be performing Masetto opposite barihunks Keith Miller and Ryan McKinney with the New York Philharmonic on June 29 and 30. Click HERE for additional information.


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