Just what really is love – is it that heady rush of anticipation, with butterflies in the stomach and stars in our eyes? Would the world be complete in its presence, and strangely empty when it takes off and leaves? Is it hiding in the shadows of the forest woodlands, at the Eiffel Tower, or in a room as red as wine? Can it be found with the ice cream man, the women in the windows, and the next-door neighbour?
F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote: “There are many kinds of love in this world, but never the same love twice.” Join soprano Cheryl Lee Peixin and pianist Wong Yun Qi as they unravel this mystery which has intrigued so many.
Repertoire to include by Richard Strauss, Arnold Schoenberg, Gustav Mahler, Benjamin Britten and William Bolcom; inspired by Rückert, Dehmel, Auden, Weinstein and many others.
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