Close Up Concert
The Art of Change: SuffrageBook tickets
- Rhonda Browne
- Christine Cunnold
- Grace Nyandoro
- Louise Wayman
- Oliver Hunt
- Nicola Rose
- Lila Palmer
- Fiona Williams
- Eve Harrison
- Ella Jarman-Pinto
With 100 years of suffrage in the UK, the ensemble The Art of Change will be celebrating this event and exploring the stories that led to this historical moment alongside its implications in modern society.
The performance combines dialogue with existing art songs, folk songs, and newly written songs, by composers Eve Harrison and Ella Jarman-Pinto. The piece covers three historic eras through the eyes of four women: the leveller Elizabeth Lilburne, the suffragette Emily Wilding Davison, and two fictional modern MPs, interweaving their stories to explore how the voices of women have been heard over time.
Seating is unreserved, and doors open one hour prior to the concert start time. New this season, you can secure seats closest to the stage, by booking into our premium seating area. Premium tickets are limited, and seats within the space are unallocated.
Songs in the performance
The March of the Women Words Cicely Hamilton, Music Ethel Smyth
In Haven Words Caroline Alice Elgar, Music Edward Elgar
Nun Hast du Mir Words Adelbert von Chamisso, Music Robert Schumann
Allan’s Song Words Lila Palmer, Music Ella Jarman-Pinto
Maid on the Shore Traditional Folksong
Twitter Song Words Eve Harrison & Lila Palmer, Music Eve Harrison
To vote, my friends Words Lila Palmer, Music Eve Harrison
Prison Words Paul Verlaine, Music Gabriel Faure
Der Kuβ Words Christian Felix Weisse, Music Ludwig van Beethoven
Die Schwestern Words Eduard Mörike, Music Johannes Brahms
Der Tod und Das Mädchen Words Matthias Claudius, Music Franz Schubert
Counting the Mad Words Donald Justice, Music Rick Burley
Waitin’ Words Arnold Weinstein, Music William Bolcom
Why do they shut me out of heaven Words Emily Dickinson, Music A. Copland
A cause worth fighting for Words Chris Moon-Little, Music Ella Jarman-Pinto
Nebbie Words Ada Negri, Music Ottorino Respighi
Schmerzen Words Mathilde Wesendonck, Music Richard Wagner
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