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My Life's Delight, with Carris Jones (mezzo-soprano) and Libby Burgess (piano)

When
Friday October 5, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Where
The Foundling Museum, London
Tickets
£12, £10
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  1. Weep you no more, sad fountains - Rebecca Clarke
  2. 2 Shakespeare Songs - Cheryl Frances-Hoad
  3. Take O take those lips away, from 7 Shakespeare Songs - Madeleine Dring
  4. Willow Song - Madeleine Dring
  5. It was a lover and his lass, from 7 Shakespeare Songs - Madeleine Dring
  6. Come away, death - Madeleine Dring
  7. When daisies pied (The cuckoo), from 7 Shakespeare Songs - Madeleine Dring
  8. The Seal Man - Rebecca Clarke
  9. June twilight - Rebecca Clarke
  10. King David - Herbert Howells
  11. The Voice of Desire - Judith Weir
  12. 4 Cabaret Songs - Benjamin Britten

Celebrated singer Carris Jones brings together music by female composers, exploring themes of love, joy, grief and betrayal.

In conjunction with our display First Amongst Equals, discover the work of two innovative 20th century composers, Rebecca Clarke and Madeline Dring, alongside the music of Judith Weir (the first female Master of the Queen’s Musicke), and Cheryl Frances-Hoad, who is making waves in the world of contemporary music.

Carris Jones studied at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music. In 2017, she became the first woman to join the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral. On the operatic stage, Jones has performed and covered roles at English National Opera, Iford Arts, Garsington Opera and Bury Court Opera.

Performing alongside Jones is Libby Burgess, a prize-winning pianist dedicated to the fields of song and chamber music, collaborating regularly with some of the finest singers and instrumentalists of her generation. She is the Artistic Director of New Paths, a major new festival of concerts and outreach events in Yorkshire, founded in 2016.


Venue
The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square
London
London
WC1N 1AZ
England
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