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Leeds Lieder Festival | Schubert and Beethoven, the birth of the Lied Cycle and a new voice in Romanticism

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University of Leeds: Clothworkers Centenary Concert HallLeeds, Yorkshire and the Humber, LS2 9JT, United Kingdom
On Sunday 19 April 2020 at 10:30
Festival: Leeds Lieder Festival

The birth of the Lied Cycle and a new voice in Romanticism with Dr Katy Hamilton

This weekend we have heard Beethoven’s seminal cycle, An die ferne Geliebte and Schubert’s Einsamkeit. Dr Katy Hamilton, a regular researcher and presenter for Wigmore Hall, the Southbank Centre and Salzburg Festival leads our Young Artists through the birth of the piano accompanied song.

‘Katy was a huge hit all round! Wearing her erudition very lightly, she proved a constant source of positive energy, deftly steering conversations and drawing the best from fellow guests. I only hope we can still afford her next year…’
Iain Burnside

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