Patricia Rozario (soprano) and Mark Bebbington (piano)

Date: 25 Jul 2008 - 19:30
End Date: 25 Jul 2008 - 23:45
Event details: Programme includes
Benjamin Britten Folksong arrangements including The Salley Gardens
John Tavener Schuon Lieder
Schubert Who is Sylvia, Die Sterne
Thomas Adès Five Eliot Landscapes
and songs by John Ireland and William Walton

International soprano Patricia Rozario's unique voice and artistry has inspired several of the world's leading composers to write for her, most notably Sir John Tavener, who has written over thirty works. Ranging from Tavener's haunting ‘Schuon Lieder', through Schubert's ‘Who is Sylvia' to Britten's enduring folksong arrangements, Ireland's ‘My True love hath my Heart' and Walton's ‘Old Sir Frank' this is a programme that will captivate and delight.

Ticket info £14, £12 concessions
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