Faculty Recital featuring Nicholas Phan, tenor


Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Die Schöne Müllerin, D. 795, Op. 25 (1823)
          Das Wandern (Wandering)
          Wohin? (Where to?)
          Halt! (Stop!)
          Danksagung an den Bach (Gratitude to the Brook)
          Am Feierabend (Evening’s Rest)
          Der Neugierige (The Questioner)
          Ungeduld (Impatience)
          Morgengruss (Good Morning)
          Des Müllers Blumen (The Miller’s Flowers)
          Tränenregen (Rain of Tears)
          Mein! (Mine!)
          Pause (Interlude)
          Mit dem grünen Lautenbande (With the Green Lute-Ribbon)
          Der Jäger (The Hunter)
          Eifersucht und Stolz (Jealousy and Pride)
          Die liebe Farbe (The Favorite Color)
          Die böse Farbe (The Hateful Color)
          Trockne Blumen (Withered Flowers)
          Der Müller und der Bach (The Miller and the Brook)
          Des Baches Wiegenlied (The Brook’s Lullaby)


Nicholas Phan, tenor
Nicholas Hutchinson, piano

Nicholas Phan
Praised by National Public Radio as “an artist who must be heard,” American tenor Nicholas Phan continues to distinguish himself as one of the most compelling tenors appearing on the prestigious concert and opera stages of the world today. An artist with an incredibly diverse repertoire that ranges from Claudio Monteverdi to Nico Muhly and beyond, Phan performs regularly with the world’s leading orchestras and opera companies. In 2010, Phan co-founded Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago, an organization devoted to promoting the underserved repertoire of art song and vocal chamber music, where he serves as artistic director.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 6:30pm

Allen Recital Hall
2330 North Halsted Street

Event Type



School of Music, (All) School of Music, Faculty Concerts


Standard: $15 / DePaul Faculty and Staff: $5 / DePaul Students: $5

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