A Wilde night of Britten and Rudland

Date: 27 Feb 2009 - 20:00
End Date: 27 Feb 2009 - 21:30
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Event details: BRITTEN - Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings
RUDLAND - The Fisherman and his Soul: Prelude and Scene One - World Premiere
BRITTEN - Sinfonietta Op. 1
RUDLAND - Eventide (for double choir)

Mark Austin and Oliver Rudland conduct the Oscar Wilde Chamber Orchestra alongside members of Gonville & Caius College Chapel Choir and the Rodolfus Choir.

Sam Furness (tenor)
Tempe Nell (soprano)
Oskar McCarthy (horn)

Come and see some of Cambridge's most talented musicians sing and play in two rarely-performed masterpieces by Benjamin Britten alongside two fresh, innovative melodic works by composer Oliver Rudland.

Including the world premiere of Rudland's new operatic scene for chamber orchestra, chorus and soloists, based on Oscar Wilde's short story ‘The Fisherman and His Soul', this concert promises to be one of the Wildest musical events this year in Cambridge!

Ticket info £10/£8/£3
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