Olivia Vermeulen en Jan Philip Schulze
Tue 18 May ’21-Wed 18 May ’2210:00 - 10:00online
Apparently innocent, but these songs have one common denominator: Olivia Vermeulen sings about sex. With a lot of humor Vermeulen and pianist Jan Philip Schulze open up the world that is hidden behind the 'flowers and bees', in combination with more explicit erotic songs. Thanks in part to Vermeulen's clear sound and pronunciation, this program will appeal to many enthusiasts, but also take the curious listener into a naughty song world.
The Edison Classical jury 2020 proclaimed 'Dirty Minds', the album with these erotic songs, the discovery of the year: 'From loving longing to horrific violence, occasionally explicit but usually subtle and indirect. It is fascinating to hear how the atmosphere on this album constantly changes, after which a completely different world unfolds.'
'Sensuality and desire splash from Vermeulen and Schulze. The mezzo-soprano is uncomfortably funny and sexy.'
Beethoven Heidenröslein | Purcell Sweeter than Roses | Schumann Die Lotusblume | Schönberg Der genügsame Liebhaber | Schönberg Warnung | Debussy La flute de Pan | Bosmans Pour toi mon amour | Eisler Verfehlte Liebe | Bolcom Toothbrush time | Porter My heart belongs to daddy | Morley The dildo song | Pigor and Eichhorn Sex | Wolf Erstes Liebeslied eines Mädchens | Heggie Animal passion
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Olivia Vermeulen mezzosopraan | Jan Philip Schulze piano