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Roderick Williams baritone

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Roderick Williams baritone

Please note that this concert has been cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis.A Thomas Hardy Songbook

Britten At Day-close in November
Holst In a Wood
John Ireland Summer Schemes
Britten Midnight on the Great Western (or The Journeying Boy)
John Ireland Great Things
Britten Proud Songsters (Thrushes, Finches and Nightingales)
Judith Weir Written on Terrestrial Things
Bax The Market Girl
Ian Venables The Kiss
Britten At the Railway Station, Upway (or The Convict and Boy with the Violin)
James Burton When I set out for Lyonnesse
Vaughan Williams Buonaparty
Ivor Gurney The Night of Trafalgar
Hugh Wood An Ancient to Ancients
Britten Before Life and After
Finzi Before and After Summer, Op.16

Roderick Williams baritone
Christopher Glynn piano

‘A natural and expressive communicator… He imbued each song with myriad colourful nuances, his rich, burnished baritone lovely throughout the evening.’
The New York Times
‘People often ask me why I always seem so cheerful,’ says the British baritone 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, Holst and many more.

  • Mon 12 Oct 7:30pm £25

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