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Elizabeth Reiter recently gave a staggeringly powerful portrayal of the tormented, loving soul of Asteria in Handel's Tamerlano. Now she invites you into her home to discover Lieder written by the late-romantic composerJoseph Marx, who was born in Graz in 1882. "He's not embarrassed that his heart bursts with joy in the countryside, woods and meadows, on hearing the birds in spring and delighting in the fragrance of wild flowers“, wrote someone in a Viennese newspaper in 1926. Elizabeth Reiter sings of nature, love and longing too ... the amusing and serious, shining a light on the impressionistic and tuneful character of Marx' music and his love of folk music and operetta. A chance to hear her again, accompanied by Takeshi Moriuchi, head coach at Oper Frankfurt since 2018/19. He was born in Tokyo, studied conducting at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and made his debut at Oper Frankfurt conducting performances of a new production of Manon Lescaut.