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A Valentine concert

Saturday February 10, 2018 at 19:30
The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
£15, £10 concessions; £5 children/students
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  1. Lieder und Romanzen No 4, 'Vergebliches Ständchen' Op 84 - Johannes Brahms
  2. Silent Worship - George Frideric Handel
  3. Er, der Herrlichste von Allen - Robert Schumann
  4. Dein blaues Auge, from 8 Lieder Op 59 - Johannes Brahms
  5. Ich Liebe Dich - Edvard Grieg
  6. Pur ti miro, from L'incoronazione di Poppea, 'The Coronation of Poppea' - Claudio Monteverdi
  7. Fair house of joy, from 7 Elizabethan Lyrics Op 12 - Roger Quilter
  8. Now sleeps the crimson petal - Roger Quilter
  9. Do not go, my love - Richard Hageman
  10. Barcarolle, from The Tales of Hoffmann - Jacques Offenbach
  11. Excerpts, from Carmen - Georges Bizet
  12. Mon coeur s'ouvre à ta voix, from Samson et Dalila - Camille Saint-Saëns
  13. Les chemins de l'amour - valse chantée - Francis Poulenc
  14. Tell me the truth about love, from 4 Cabaret Songs - Benjamin Britten
  15. Dear friend, from She loves me - Jerry Bock
  16. I'm a stranger here myself - Kurt Weill
  17. Ich bin von Kopf bis Fuss auf Liebe eingestellt - Friedrich Hollaender
  18. A boy like that, from West Side Story - Leonard Bernstein
  19. I have a love, from West Side Story - Leonard Bernstein

Ute Lepetit-Clare has performed more than 40 roles, which include many of the main mezzo-soprano roles such as Cherubino, Dorabella, Muse/Niklaus, Hänsel, Rosina, and Olga. Alongside her work in opera, Ute has also performed many concerts in some of Germany's most important venues.

American mezzo-soprano Jessica Lawrence-Hares began her vocal training while attending the National Cathedral School for Girls in Washington DC. She went on to become Head Chorister of the inaugural Girls Choir at the Washington Cathedral where she was awarded the St. Alban medal for excellence in choral singing. She received her BM magna cum laude and her MM from Boston University.

Cambridge-based, Marie-Noëlle Kendall is in much demand as a pianist, both as soloist and chamber musician. She has played concertos with leading British orchestras including the Philharmonia and BBC Scottish, in major venues and also recorded for BBC Radio and Television.

Her career has also taken her overseas with a particular connection to Australia where she has performed on many occasions and recorded two chamber music CDs.

The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College
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