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Archived Roderick Williams baritone, Christopher Glynn piano

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Roderick Williams baritone, Christopher Glynn piano

Please note that current government guidance in Liverpool means that you can only attend concerts with other members of your household or social bubble.Finzi Songs from Before And After Summer
Ireland Summer Schemes, Great Things, The Self- Unseeing, Overlooking the River
Britten Proud Songsters (Thrushes, Finches and Nightingales)
Judith Weir Written on Terrestrial Things
Bax The Market Girl, On the Bridge
Ian Venables A Kiss
Britten At Day-close in November, Epeisodia, Amabel, He Abjures Love

‘People often ask me why I always seem so cheerful,’ says the British baritone and Liverpool Philharmonic Artist in Residence Roderick Williams, ‘and I just say to them, why shouldn’t I be? I’m singing wonderful music’. His passion for English song is the inspiration between this musical exploration of the landscape and language of Thomas Hardy – featuring songs by Britten, Finzi, Bax and more.

We are pleased to announce that Gareth Brynmor John (baritone) will also be joining Roderick Williams for this recital as part of the inspirationalMomentum: our future, now project.

Please note the capacity is very limited (c. 240 seats total) and seating will be done on a socially distanced (2 metre) basis. To book single tickets please call the Box Office on 0151 709 3789.

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