Concerts

Concerts

The London Song Festival 2015, will take place during October and November.

The venue this year, for all concerts and master classes, is:-
St Mary Magdalene Munster Square, London NW1 3PT,
just five minutes walk from Great Portland Street, Regents Park or  Warren Street tube stations.



Tickets

You can buy tickets on-line or at the door.
Concessions are available for full time students and senior citizens, please show student ID or travel pass at admission.
 
Purchasing Tickets on-line.
You can purchase tickets on-line on this page.
Tickets will NOT be sent by post but they will be available for collection on the door. Please bring along the confirmation email which is sent to you when you complete purchasing tickets.

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Friday, 30 October 2015, 19:30
London, Flower of Cities All
Rowan Pierce - soprano, Jerome Knox - baritone, Nigel Foster  - piano

The opening concert celebrates our own beloved city with an eclectic range of songs by composers including Purcell, Butterworth, Britten, Finzi and Walton,with contributions fromEric Satie, Villa Lobos, Charles Ives, Flanders and Swann, Noel Coward and many more.
Rowan Pierce is the winner of the London Song Festival's Schubert Society Singer Prize 2014, Jerome Knox was a winner of the Margaret Fletcher Lieder Prize.
15.00
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Friday, 6 November 2015, 19:30
Paris, City of Love

Lucy Knight - soprano, Huw Montague-Rendall - baritone, Nigel Foster - piano

A stroll through the streets and parks of Paris with music by Poulenc, Debussy, Schubert, Kurt Weill, Cole Porter, Ned Rorem, Jerome Kern and many others. This concert includes the premiere of a duet by David Lewiston Sharpe, setting Parisian street cries as heard by Marcel Proust.
Lucy Knight is a 2013 International Opera Awards Foundation winner, Huw Montague Rendall is a rising star at the Royal College of Music.

15.00
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Friday, 13 November 2015, 19:30
Venice - La Serenissima

Lucy Hall - soprano, Gavin Roberts - piano

A recital by two members of the prestigious Oxford Lieder Festival Young Artist Platform.
Come and lose yourself in the incomparable atmosphere and romanticism of this unique city, with songs by composers from Germany, France, Spain and England as well as from Italy, who have all been inspired by the magic of Venice.
Oxford Lieder exists to promote song. The annual Oxford Lieder Festival in October is complemented by other projects such as the Young Artist Platform, sponsoring the finest young singers and pianists to give recitals across the UK.
www.oxfordlieder.co.uk

15.00
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Friday, 20 November 2015, 19:30
New York, The City That Never Sleeps

Kristin Dauphinais - mezzo-soprano, Nigel Foster - piano

Songs serious and light by Lee Hoiby, Ned Rorem, John Duke, Geoffrey Wright, Benjamin Britten, Vernon Duke, Rodgers and Hart and many more will transport you across the Atlantic to bring to London the buzz and excitement of the city that never sleeps.
Presented by Kristin Dauphinais from the University of Arizona.

15.00
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Friday, 27 November 2015, 19:30
Seville, City of Towers

Lorena Paz Nieto - soprano, Josep-Ramon Olivé - baritone, Nigel Foster - piano

Two rising young Spanish singers from the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama will bring the sultry heat and passion of Seville to London.This concert takes as its coreTurina's colourful cycle Canto a Sevilla and interleaves it with songs by Falla, Granados, Obradors, Rodrigo,Lorca, Nin, Wolf, Schumann, Walton and others.

15.00
 
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