Jane Manning curates Voiceworks – two London concerts of contemporary classical song

21 Jun

For anyone who’s interested in contemporary classical song, here are details on two London afternoon concerts taking place this week and next week…

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Voiceworks Song Recitals: 
Concert 1 – St Olave Hart Street, 8 Hart Street, London, EC3R 7NB, UK, Thursday 25th June, 1.05pm
Concert 2 – St Stephen Walbrook, 39 Walbrook, London, EC4N 8BN, UK, Tuesday 30th June, 1.05pm

Senior Guildhall School of Music musicians are giving free lunchtime concerts in churches across the City as part of the City of London Festival 2015. In the Voiceworks concerts, postgraduate singers and pianists perform in two programmes of twentieth & twenty-first century repertoire curated by soprano Jane Manning (in conjunction with ‘New Vocal Repertory For The 21st Century’, her forthcoming book for Oxford University Press).

Songs to be performed include repertoire by Alison Bauld (both concerts); Joseph Horovitz, Cecilia McDowall and John McLeod, Edward Nesbit, Anthony Payne and Thierry Pecou (concert 1); Sebastian Currier, Lori Laitman, Anthony Milner, Mel Powell, Malcolm Singer and Huw Watkins (concert 2).

Performers:

(Concert 1:)

Holly-Marie Bingham – mezzo-soprano
Sarah Killian – soprano
Jean-Max Latteman – countertenor
Juliane Gallant, Michelle Santiago, Dylan Perez – piano

(Concert 2:)

Genevieve Colletta, Joana Gil – soprano
James Robinson – tenor
Michelle Santiago, Natalie Burch – piano

More information is here for concert 1 and here for concert 2.

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