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10th Festival Opening Gala – A Leeds Lieder Acrostic

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University of Leeds: Clothworkers Centenary Concert HallLeeds, Yorkshire and the Humber, LS2 9JT, United Kingdom
On Thursday 16 April 2020 at 19:30
Festival: Leeds Lieder Festival
Performers
Sir Thomas AllenBaritone
Siobhan StaggSoprano
Ema NikolovskaMezzo-soprano
James GilchristTenor
Marcus FarnsworthBaritone
Joseph MiddletonPiano

Himmlische Lust: Der Tanz – Schubert
An die Freude – Schubert
Purcell – Sound the trumpet
Purcell – Lost is my quiet
Ye banks and braes – trad.

Bauld – Witches’ song
It was a Lover and his lass – Quilter
Roger Quilter – Fear no more the heat o’ the sun
Tippett – Songs for Ariel
Horowitz – Lady Macbeth
Dankworth – Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day
An Sylvia – Schubert
You spotted snakes – Smith

Interval

Lebenslust – Schubert
Ein kleiner, hübscher Vogel – Brahms
Es bebet das Gesträuche – Brahms
Der Abend – Brahms
Schumann – Zigeunerleben

Le papillon et la fleur – Fauré
Ives – The Cage
Erlkönig – Schubert
Die Drossel – Strauss
En svane – Grieg
Rosenthal – La souris d’Angleterre

Vaughan Williams – Serenade to Music

The Tenth Leeds Lieder Festival opens with a gala recital spelling out Happy Birthday Leeds Lieder in song. Star of the recital platform and past Guest of Honour Sir Thomas Allen will read poetry between songs performed by BBC New Generation Artist Ema Nikolovska and Marcus Farnsworth, Leeds Lieder favourite James Gilchrist and debutante Siobhan Stagg fresh from triumphant performances as Pamina at the Royal Opera House. The current crop of LL Young Artists will take the stage for a celebratory performance of the Serenade to Music.

6:45pm – Pre–Concert Talk with David Hoult and Kathleen Evans
Our past and current Chairs of the Leeds Lieder Festival have contributed much to the success of the charity. Join David Hoult and Kathleen Evans in conversation as they discuss the history of the organisation, from early events and recitals given by illustrious names such as Dames Janet Baker and Margaret Price, and Florian Boesch to recent BBC recordings and our gala at Wigmore Hall with Sir Thomas Allen.

Tickets: Free (please book in advance)
Lecture Theatre 1

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