Love songs at the Schubert Club

  • Article by: LARRY FUCHSBERG
  • Updated: April 22, 2011 - 1:24 PM

Classical music spotlight.

Johannes Brahms

You wouldn't want Johannes Brahms' love life. His love songs, however, are another matter. Brahms' two sets of "Love-song Waltzes" offer some of the most beguiling music ever written. And for its season finale the Schubert Club is importing a starry quartet -- soprano Sylvia  Schwartz, mezzo Bernarda Fink, tenor Michael  Schade, and bass-baritone Thomas  Quasthoff -- to sing them. In the German-speaking world, this program (which opens with Schumann's "Spanish Love Songs") would sell out in a nanosecond. But Anglophones will savor it too. Take someone you love.

  • 8 p.m. April 28. Ordway Center, 345 Washington St., St. Paul. $25-$40; $12 student rush. 651-292-3268 or schubert.org
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