Concerts & Events

Soprano Gweneth Ann Rand
Concert

Brighton Festival: A Sea Symphony

Ilan Volkov – conductor
Gweneth-Ann Rand – soprano
Duncan Rock – baritone
Brighton Festival Chorus

  • Kaija Saariaho Oltra Mar
  • Vaughan Williams A Sea Symphony
Brighton Dome

Harpist Emily Harris in black blouse smiling.
Small-ensemble performance

Foundling Museum: MMSF Fellow Lunchtime Recital

Emily Harris – harp
Naori Takahashi – violin
Edward Leung – piano

  • Ibert Entr’acte, Duo for Violin and Harp
  • Handel Harp Concerto in Bb major, First movement
  • Spohr Fantasia for Harp
  • Robert Schumann Romance No. 2
  • Fauré Berceuse for Violin
  • Paganini Cantabile
  • Saint-Saëns Fantaisie for Violin and Harp
Foundling Museum

Live screening

2001: A Space Odyssey Live

Robert Ziegler – conductor
London Voices

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
Royal Festival Hall

Pianist Samson Tsoy
Concert

Bold Tendencies: Poems of Ecstasy and Fire

Gergely Madaras – conductor
Samson Tsoy – piano

  • Scriabin The Poem of Ecstasy
  • Scriabin Prometheus: The Poem of Fire
Bold Tendencies, Peckham

Horn player Zoë Tweed in black blouse smiling.
Small-ensemble performance

Cranleigh Arts: MMSF Fellow Lunchtime Recital

Zoë Tweed – horn
Edward Leung – piano

  • Gilbert Vinter Hunter’s Moon
  • Jean-Michel Damase Pavane Varieé
  • Draeseke Adagio
  • Jane Vignery Horn Sonata
Cranleigh Arts Centre

Principal Conductor Santtu Matias-Rouvali conducts the Philharmonia.
Friends event

Open Rehearsal - Santtu conducts Mahler

Santtu-Matias Rouvali – conductor
Mari Eriksmoen – soprano
Jennifer Johnston – mezzo-soprano
Philharmonia Chorus

  • Mahler Symphony No. 2, ‘Resurrection’
Royal Festival Hall

Principal Conductor Santtu Matias-Rouvali conducts the Philharmonia.
Concert

Santtu conducts Mahler

Santtu-Matias Rouvali – conductor
Mari Eriksmoen – soprano
Jennifer Johnston – mezzo-soprano
Philharmonia Chorus

  • Mahler Symphony No. 2, ‘Resurrection’
Royal Festival Hall

Booking for Friends of the Philharmonia opens at 10am on Thursday 4 November. General booking opens at 10 am on Thursday 11 November.

Soprano Natalya Romaniw in shite tshirt and dark green jacket in nature.
Opera

Rusalka

Douglas Boyd – conductor
Natalya Romaniw – Rusalka
Gerard Schneider – Prince
Musa Ngqungwana Vodník
Sky Ingram – Foreign Princess
Christine Rice Ježibaba
John Findon – Gamekeeper
Grace Durham – Kitchen Boy
Marlena Devoe – First Nymph
Heather Lowe – Second Nymph
Stephanie Wake-Edwards – Third Nymph
Mark Nathan – Hunter

  • Dvořák Rusalka
Garsington Opera, Stokenchurch

The Philharmonia and Oxford Bach Choir in performance at Royal Festival Hall.
Concert

Oxford: Beethoven's Ninth

Benjamin Nicholas – conductor
Susan Gritton – soprano
Hilary Summers – mezzo-soprano
Luis Gomes – baritone
James Rutherford – bass
Oxford Bach Choir

  • Alissa Firsova To Spring
  • Poulenc Gloria
  • Beethoven Symphony No. 9, Choral
Oxford Town Hall

Opera

The Turn of the Screw

Mark Wigglesworth – Conductor
Louisa Muller – Director
Verity Wingate – Governess
Robert Murray – Quint/Prologue
Ben Fletcher / Isaac Rogers – Miles
Adrianna Forbes – Dorant
Maia Greaves – Flora
Susan Bickley – Mrs Grose
Helena Dix – Miss Jessel
Christopher Oram – Designer
Malcolm Rippeth – Lighting Designer

  • Britten The Turn of the Screw
Garsington Opera, Stokenchurch

Mezzo Soprano Catherine Carby
Concert

Three Choirs: Dvořák's Requiem

Geraint Bowen – conductor
Anita Watson – soprano
Catherine Carby – mezzo soprano
Ruairi Bowen – tenor
Matthew Brook – bass
Three Choirs Festival Chorus

  • Dvořák Requiem
Hereford Cathedral

Soprano Elizabeth Llewellyn in black dress on dark green couch.
Concert

Three Choirs: Mahler 4

Emilia Hoving – conductor
Elizabeth Llewellyn – soprano

  • Rolf Martinsson Ich denke Dein... (UK Premiere)
  • Mahler Symphony No. 4
Hereford Cathedral

Soprano Jess Dandy brightly smiling.
Concert

Three Choirs: Quo Vadis

Adrian Partington – conductor
Rebecca Hardwick – soprano
Jess Dandy – contralto
James Oxley – tenor
Alex Ashworth – bass
Three Choirs Festival Chorus

  • Dyson Quo Vadis
Hereford Cathedral

Baritone Roderick Williams in black shirt looking left smiling.
Concert

Three Choirs: Pietà

Samuel Hudson – conductor
Jess Dandy – contralto
Roderick Williams – baritone
Amy Dickson – saxophone
Three Choirs Festival Chorus
Worcester Cathedral Choristers

  • Bach arr. Webern Ricercare
  • Strauss Metamorphosen
  • Richard Blackford Pietà
Hereford Cathedral

Opera

Dalia

Douglas Boyd Conductor
Karen Gillingham Director
Roxanna Panufnik Composer
Jessica Duchen Librettist
Adrianna Forbes-Dorant Dalia
Merit Ariane Aisha
Nadine Benjamin Maya
Jonathan Lemalu Harry
Ed Lyon Fred
Andrew Watts Roger
Rhiannon Newman Brown Designer
Ben Pickersgill Lighting Designer
Natasha Khamjani Choreographer
Gulwali Passarlay Refugee & Activist
Manas Ghanem Community Liaison

Garsington Opera Youth & Adult Companies
Millbrook Primary School Youth Company
Amwaj Choir – Palestine
Al-Farah Choir – Syria

  • Dalia
Garsington Opera, Stokenchurch