Lieder by Schubert, Schreker, Liszt and Korngold, Wigmore Hall London, 2 october 2017

„Anne Schwanewilms gave her usual masterclass, ineffably poised between tone-colour, phrasing and word-pointing. Having hit the heights in Strauss, Schumann and Wolf in previous recitals, she found a deep centre this time in serious, almost operatic Schubert. Regular song-partner Charles Spencer's space and orchestral sonorities helped conjure vast landscapes and epic human emotions in an imaginative programme that touched on the profound.“

„Amazing how Schwanewilms can fleck a single note with gold in mid-flight.“

„More Schubert next time, please: I haven’t heard as sheerly beautiful a sound in his Lieder at the Wigmore since Gundula Janowitz and Margaret Price, and certainly no more probing interpreter.“

David Nice,, 3 october 2017