Please see my schedule page for updates
Uncategorized | Tags: Broadway, Graham Johnson, Jurmala Festival, Latvia, Mendelssohn, Poulenc, Riga, Robert Purvis, Songmakers' Almanac, Strauss, Verdi Requiem, Wigmore Hall | Permalink.
Have a look! 🙂
Concerts, Uncategorized | Tags: andrew gourlay, Auditorio Miguel Delibes, Beethoven, beethoven 9, lobgesang, London Mozart Players, Ludlow Music Society, Mendelssohn, Royal Holloway College, Sinfonica de Castilla y Leon, st john's smith square, Strauss, strauss songs, Valladolid | Permalink.
Congrats to all involved with the Missa Solemnis in Canterbury Cathesral last night – what a triumph! And 1st prize goes to Clio Gould for her wonderful violin solo!! Please can we do the Four Last Songs together?!
Uncategorized | Tags: Beethoven, Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury Choral Society, Charles Daniels, Clio Gould, Four Last Songs, Gaynor Keeble, Michael Pearce, Missa Solemnis, Richard Cooke, Royal philharmonic orchestra, RPO, Strauss | Permalink.
How lovely to be back at Royal Holloway last week with fantastic students in the beautiful Picture Gallery. Happy days!
Concerts, masterclass | Tags: Chris Glynn, Debussy, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, London University, masterclass, Poulenc, recital, Royal Holloway College, Strauss, Vaughan Williams, Walton | Permalink.
Thank you so much for all your lovely comments about the Strauss in last night’s concert. It was lovely to sing with a fab orchestra and it was a great evening for everyone who’d come up en masse from Cornwall!
Don’t forget to tune in to ‘Sing while you work’ tomorrow..!
Concerts | Tags: A Secular Requiem, BBC2, Cadogan Hall, Four Last Songs, Gareth Malone, London, London Musicians Orchestra, November concerts, Russell Pascoe, Sing while you work, Strauss, Three Spires Singers | Permalink.
Please see more dates added to my schedule – lots of variety! – and there’ll be more posted soon…….
Uncategorized | Tags: Bach, Cadogan Hall, Christmas, December, Elgar, Four Last Songs, Kingston-upon-Thames, London, Messiah, November, Rose Theatre, St. John Passion, Strauss, The Apostles, Three Choirs Festival 2014, Worcester, Worcester Cathedral, York, York Minster | Permalink.
Just finished the most incredible 3 days in this wonderful city. I love Vienna, I love Simon Rattle, I love Anne-Sofie Von Otter & I love hearing music played like that orchestra can. What a privilege. And i visited Mozart’s cemetery today – finally – having wanted to do it since I was a child. He’s in good company next to Beethoven & Schubert & Wolf & J Strauss! Amazing.
Concerts | Tags: 2nd Symphony, Beethoven, Berlin Philharmonic, BPO, Mahler, Mozart, Resurrection, Schubert, Simon Rattle, Strauss, Vienna, Vienna Konzerthaus, Von Otter, Wolf | Permalink.
Thank you so much for your lovely messages! What a fantastic concert. I hope we get to hear Russell Pascoe’s FANTASTIC Requiem again soon.
I’ve now uploaded my performance schedule over the next few months.
Please come along if you can – take your pick! – and don’t be shy about coming to say hello if you want to.
Uncategorized | Tags: Anne-Sofie Von Otter, Bach Choir, BBC Radio 3, BBC Singers, Berliner Philharmoniker, Cadogan Hall, Den Haag, Dresden, English Chamber Orchestra, Eton, Four Last Songs, John Wilson, Knightsbridge, Liverpool, Liverpool Philharmonic, Messiah, Mozart, Ralph Allwood, Royal Festival Hall, Rufus Wainwright, Simon Rattle, St Matthew Passion, Strauss, Vienna, Wigmore Hall, Windsor | Permalink.