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Performer: Iain Burnside

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MalvernMalvern Concert Club

Malvern Concert Club
Roderick Williams; Iain Burnside

AmsterdamRoderick Williams: Schubert and Finzi

© Simon van Boxtel
Finzi, Schubert
Roderick Williams; Iain Burnside

LondonGlinka, Shostakovich, Medtner and more

Glinka, Shostakovich, Medtner, Myaskovsky, Glazunov, Glière, Gretchaninov, Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Sofia Fomina; Oleksiy Palchykov; Rodion Pogossov; Iain Burnside

LondonHome Sweet Home

Cornelius, Cowen, Elgar, Schubert, Ives, Traditional, Somervell, Mendelssohn, Moeran, Bennett, Brahms, Hely-Hutchinson, Schumann, Bush, Wolf, Bodley, Larsen, Bernstein, Balfe, Traditional Irish, White, Lehmann
Ailish Tynan; Benjamin Appl; Iain Burnside

SouthamptonRoderick Williams Sings Schubert

Roderick Williams; Iain Burnside
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Rich pickings from Ivan Magrì's Rosenblatt Recital

Ivan Magrì © Jonathan Rose
Ivan Magrì's exemplary technique and strong delivery in his London recital debut left his audience hoping for a return visit to the Rosenblatt series in the imminent future.
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Rosenblatt strikes again: Luis Gomes and Ekaterina Siurina

Ekaterina Siurina and Luis Gomes © Jonathan Rose
Singing at short notice, Luis Gomes made a fine partner for Ekaterina Siurina at another superb recital in the Rosenblatt Recital series.
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Celeste Aida: Garifullina shines

Aida Garifullina © Askonas Holt
Operatic twitchers are drawn irresistibly to Rosenblatt Recitals, tempted by the opportunity to spot exciting up-and-coming singers.
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Madness or Genuis? Exploring the Dark Side

Roderick Williams © Benjamin Ealovega
St Andrews Voices was a perfect platform for Roderick Williams and Iain Burnside to exlore the fine line between madness and genuis in a compelling song recital.
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A tribute to Britten and Rimbaud: Journeying Boys at the Guildhall

Journeying Boys, ensemble  ©  Matt Holliday
In the programme notes to the Guildhall production of Journeying Boys, writer and director Iain Burnside reveals that the original idea behind the play came from Nick Sears, the Royal College of Music’s Head of Vocal Studies. It’s hard to know whether that disclosure was a giving of credit due or a disclaimer.
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