Requiem de Brahms by the Ensemble Vocal de Lausanne
|Pierre‑Fabien Roubaty direction, Charlotte Despaux soprano, Geoffroy Perruchoud baryton, Marine Thoreau la Salle piano, Florent Lattuga piano
The Ensemble vocal de Lausanne, directed by Pierre-Fabien Roubaty, is the guest of CDH-Culture for a Sunday concert offered to the Lausanne and EPFL community.
A magnificent opportunity to discover the magic of Brahms' Requiem, one of the greatest masterpieces of choral music.
Johannes Brahms - Ein Deutsches Requiem Op. 45
With accompaniment for piano four hands
Duration: 70 min.
Inspired by Martin Luther's Bible, Brahms himself wrote the libretto for Ein Deutsches Requiem. Here, Brahms set out to create a German adaptation of the requiem mass, breaking with Latin Catholic traditions to establish a deeper connection with his audience. Throughout the work, the choir maintains the narrative framework, while the two soloists intervene from time to time to add a poignant touch to the whole.
> Free admission on registration
- General public
- This event is internal