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Die schone Mullerin

Love, jealousy, anger, and despair are explored in Franz Schubert's epic,

As part of our World Rhythms Performance Lecture series, Arts & Events Programming invites you to a special evening performance of Franz Schubert's epic song cycle, Die schone Mullerin, featuring UTSC's resident tenor, Lenard Whiting, accompanied by Brett Kingsbury on piano.

The performance lecture will take place on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 from 7pm to 8:30pm in room AA303 of the Arts & Administration Building. Admission is free and open to everyone; however, due to limited seating, we ask that all guests RSVP online at http://dsm-utsc.eventbrite.ca.

Published by Franz Schubert in 1824, Die schone Mullerin ("The Lovely Mill Maiden") tells the story of a young man who wanders along a small stream and falls in love with a mill owner's daughter. An epic song cycle that explores a range of human emotions - from love and longing to jealousy, anger, and despair - it is considered to be one of Schubert's most important and widely-performed works. 

The World Rhythms Performance Lecture Series at the University of Toronto Scarborough is generously supported by MBNA, Manulife Financial, and TD Insurance.




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