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Independent Opera Scholars' Recital 2018

Friday October 19, 2018 at 19:30
Wigmore Hall, London
£30, £25, £20, £16, £10 (£5 under 35s)
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  1. Mass in C minor, 'The Great' K427 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Domine Deus
    • Et incarnatus est
  2. Madamina, il catalogo è questo, from Don Giovanni K 527 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  3. Das Abendrot D 627 - Franz Schubert
  4. 3 Lieder Op 12 - Clara Wieck Schumann
  5. 3 Lieder for Female Voices Op 114 - Robert Schumann
  6. 6 Duets Op 63 - Felix Mendelssohn
    • Abschiedslied der Zugvögel
    • Herbstlied
  7. 2 mélodies hébraïques - Maurice Ravel
  8. Oh! la pitoyable aventure, from L'heure espagnole - Maurice Ravel
  9. Soirées musicales - Gioachino Rossini
    • La promessa
    • La danza
  10. The Tower scene, from The Turn of the Screw Op 54 - Benjamin Britten
  11. På reveln (At the reef) - Gösta Nystroem
  12. En gammal dansrytm - Ture Rangström
  13. Pan, from Fem ballader - Ture Rangström
  14. New work - Eriks Ešenvalds
  15. 6 Romances Op 38 - Anton Arensky
    • No 3: Do not kindle the fires
    • No 4: Do not weep, my friend
    • No 5: What is it you dream of?
  16. 2 Duets Op 52 - Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
  17. Nani mi nani, Damyancho - Lyubomir Pipkov
  18. Noch' - Pyotr Tchaikovsky

Independent Opera proudly presents its 2017-18 artists. These exceptional young singers showcase their musical passions in an intimate evening of song, with award winning pianist Nino Chokhonelidze.

The evening will explore the tradition of German Lied and Italian romanticism with songs from Schubert, Clara and Robert Schumann, Mendelssohn and Rossini, before journeying north to Sweden, Russia and Latvia with songs by Nystroem, Rangström, Arensky, Tchaikovsky, and a world première from Latvian composer Eriks Ešenvalds.

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