From Friday 12th May 2017 13:00 to Friday 12th May 2017 14:00
Singled out by The Times in 2012 as a 'Rising Star of Classical Music', mezzo-soprano Kathryn Rudge is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after voices of her generation. A BBC Young Generation Artist and nominee in last year's RPS Awards, she is joined by pianist James Baillieu for an enchanting programme that traces the Lied from its origins in Schubert's masterful miniatures, through Tosti's irresistible Italian expressivity, to the quiet understatement of Britten's elegant British folksong settings.
Schubert Fruhlingsglaube; Nachtstuck; An die laute; Im Abendrot
Tosti Aprile; L'alba separa dall luce l'ombre
Quilter Seven Elizabethan Lyrics
Britten Folksongs: Salley Gardens; Brisk Young Widow; Last Rose of Summer; Oliver Cormwell
Bridge Coleridge Settings: Thy Hand in Mine; Where She Lies Asleep; Love went a-riding
Norwich Playhouse, 42 - 58 St. George’s Street, Norwich, NR3 1AB