A Hardy Songbook: Roderick Williams and Christopher Glynn at Oxford Lieder

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Oxford Lieder Festival [5] – A Thomas Hardy Songbook: Rowan Pierce (soprano), Roderick Williams (baritone), Christopher Glynn (piano). Holywell Music Room, Oxford (live stream), 16.10.2020. (CS)

Roderick Williams

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Christoph Prégardien and Emerging Artists farewell recital celebrates success of Oxford Lieder Festival 2020

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Oxford Lieder Festival [4]Beethoven, Schubert: Christoph Prégardien (tenor) and Michael Gees (piano); Harriet Burns (soprano) and Ian Tindale (piano). 17.10.2020 performance from Holywell Music Room, Oxford, reviewed as a live stream. (CP)

Christoph Prégardien (tenor) & Michael Gees (pianist) (c) Hermann und Clärchen Baus

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Bostridge sings Bach and Britten at Oxford Lieder

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Oxford Lieder Festival [3] – J.S. Bach, Britten: Ian Bostridge (tenor), Saskia Giorgini (piano), Oxford Bach Soloists / Thomas Hammond-Davies (conductor). Merton College Chapel (live stream), 14.10.2020. (CS)

Ian Bostridge, Oxford Bach Soloists, & Thomas Hammond-Davies (conductor)
in Merton College Chapel

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Time-travelling Gothic melodrama from Carolyn Sampson and Joseph Middleton at the Oxford Lieder Festival

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Oxford Lieder Festival [2]: Six Songs of Melmouth – Schubert, Cheryl Frances-Hoad, Satie, Poldowski, Walton: Carolyn Sampson (soprano), Joseph Middleton (piano). Holywell Music Room, Oxford (live stream), 13.10.2020. (CS)

Joseph Middleton and Carolyn Sampson (photo courtesy of Oxford Lieder Festival)

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‘Hafez in Song’: Ian Bostridge and Julius Drake at the Oxford Lieder Festival

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Oxford Lieder Festival [1]: The Western-Eastern Divan – Schubert, Henze, Wolf, Mahler: Ian Bostridge (tenor), Julius Drake (piano), Holywell Music Room, Oxford (live stream), 11.10.2020. (CS)

Ian Bostridge (photo courtesy of Oxford Lieder Festival)

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Oxford Lieder Festival – 10-17 October 2020

OXFORD LIEDER FESTIVAL 2020

Sholto Kynoch, Artistic Director of Oxford Lieder Festival

UK’S BIGGEST SONG FESTIVAL PAVES THE WAY FOR A NEW AND SUSTAINABLE MODEL IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

The Oxford Lieder Festival will go ahead this October, with a bold programme and trailblazing approach to the challenges currently facing the classical music industry. Over eight days and 35 events, the Festival will be fully live, ticketed, and presented from special venues in and around Oxford, completely online. With a roster of internationally renowned artists and the pick of the new generation, Oxford Lieder continues as a pioneering and innovative champion of the art of song, and addresses the difficult issue of paid online classical music head-on with a new, sustainable model.

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