It’s been too long since I updated this, so here are a few announcements! This Autumn I’m excited to be taking part in the London premiere of Biedermann and the Arsonists, an opera by Šimon Voseček based on the play by Max … Continue reading
Category Archives: admin
Press release about Philip Glass’s new opera The Trial “Music Theatre Wales to present brand new opera by Philip Glass Music Theatre Wales will present the World Premiere production of a new opera by the American composer Philip Glass. 02 Apr 2014 … Continue reading
William Vann and I competed in the Wigmore Hall Song Competition recently, and were thrilled to win the Jean Meikle Prize for ‘the most outstanding singer/pianist partnership in the competition’.
At the finals of this year’s Kathleen Ferrier Competition on the 26th April at the Wigmore Hall, I won the Song Prize. I was accompanied by William Vann, and we had a great time working on the repertoire together. The … Continue reading
Busy week ahead! Rehearsals start on Monday for Grange Park Opera (Dialogues des Carmélites and Fortunio), Ferrier competition semi-final on Tuesday and then Fauré Requiem and orchestrated songs on Wednesday at St John’s, Smith Square with the Orchestra of St John … Continue reading
On Friday the 15th (Red Nose Day) I sang Bach’s Coffee Cantata on Radio 3, alongside Jenni France, Richard Dowling and players from the Royal Academy of Music’s baroque ensemble led by Margaret Faultless. Iain Ledingham conducted from the harpsichord. It … Continue reading
Unfortunately the recital this Sunday (24th Feb) at Rhosygilwen with Jocelyn Freeman has been cancelled.
On January 16th at 7.30, I will be singing in a ‘prom’ concert of great music by Handel (Apollo e Dafne) and Bach (Cantata 32: Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen) at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. The soprano is Louise Wayman, and … Continue reading
I’m very disappointed to announce that the performances of Stefano Gervasoni’s Limbus Limbo which were due to take place in Salzburg and Berlin next March have been cancelled. It’s a real shame because it’s a great piece and I was … Continue reading
I’ll be starting rehearsals soon for a production of Poulenc’s Les Mamelles de Tiresias at Aldeburgh for Britten-Pears Young Artists. It’s being performed in the Britten arrangement for two pianos (which he made for himself and Poulenc to play), and … Continue reading