Young Artists in the City

Monday, 26th Jun 2017, 1.10pm

The Seasons in Song

Karen Schriesheim, soprano
Natalie Davies, mezzo soprano
James Liu, tenor
Phoebe Yu, piano

Devised by Phoebe Yu (Guildhall School), The Seasons in Song explores all the colours and sceneries throughout the year. A pot pourri of songs in different genres will lead you through a journey full of imagination in just 45 minutes!.

Our Young Artists in the City series is devised by vocal and piano accompaniment students, and recent conservatoires graduates. It gives an opportunity to an aspiring musician to be the driving force behind one of our themed concerts, providing valuable professional development.

Click HERE for the event link.

 

Monday, 3rd Jul 2017, 1.10pm

Letters to the distant beloved

Sofia Marafona, soprano
James Way, tenor
Maya Irgalina, piano

Maya Irgalina (Guildhall School), who has devised Letters to the distant beloved writes: "Distance gives way to solitude and uncertainty of dreams; it pauses between past and inevitable future, allows longing and illusions... in just 40 minutes, including Beethoven's and Menotti's music, we will try to answer the question: what the distance means to us?"

Our Young Artists in the City series is devised by vocal and piano accompaniment students, and recent conservatoires graduates. It gives an opportunity to an aspiring musician to be the driving force behind one of our themed concerts, providing valuable professional development.

Click HERE for the event link.

 

One Creation

Wednesday, 26th Jul 2017, 7.30pm

St Marylebone Parish Church, NW1 5LT

Performers:
Ranjana Ghatak, Tami Tal, Leon Silver, Merit Ariane Stephanos, Avaes Mohammad, Harpriet Kaur, Harkesh Kaur

This programme looks at the Marylebone of 2017 as part of this great world city of London. The performance demonstrates that we are all part of one creation and we have nothing to fear from each other; that we don’t have to do anything, it’s all already done. Artists (musicians, poets, writers, composers, visual artists) who have been born into each faith, have chosen secular or religious texts, poems or songs from their own heritage on the universal subjects of ‘love of the whole of nature or creation’ ‘equality, justice, freedom for all’ and‘erotic love’. There will be performances from artists brought up in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism. The performance is combined with projections of the abstract paintings of Alice Sielle, which instigated the project and visually interpret the theme.

One Creation is presented in partnership with Song in the City.

Tickets: £10 - click HERE to book

 

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