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Christopher Maltman (baritone) and Joseph Middleton (piano)

Sunday March 10, 2019 at 13:00
The Old Library, Pembroke College, Cambridge
£17, £5 concessions
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  1. Le bestiaire ou Cortège d'Orphée, 'Book of Beasts' - Francis Poulenc
  2. Die Löwenbraut Op 31 No 1 - Robert Schumann
  3. Der Handschuh, 'Vor seinem Löwengarten' Op 87 - Robert Schumann
  4. Histoires naturelles - Maurice Ravel
  5. Zwei Mäuschen Op 76/48 - Max Reger
  6. Die fünf Hühnerchen Op 76 No 51 - Max Reger
  7. Furchthäschen - Max Reger
  8. Der Igel Op 76 No 56 - Max Reger
  9. Die Bienen Op 76 No 57 - Max Reger
  10. Mausefangen Op 76 No 58 - Max Reger
  11. Ballade de gros dindons - Emmanuel Chabrier
  12. Villanelle des petits canards - Emmanuel Chabrier
  13. Les cigales - Emmanuel Chabrier
  14. Storchenbotschaft, from Mörike Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  15. Der Schwalben heimkehr - Hugo Wolf
  16. Der Knabe und das Immlein, from Mörike Lieder - Hugo Wolf
  17. Der Rattenfänger (The rat-catcher) - Hugo Wolf
  18. The Armadillo - Michael Flanders, lyrics by Donald Swann
  19. The Warthog - Michael Flanders, lyrics by Donald Swann
  20. The Gnu - Michael Flanders, lyrics by Donald Swann

Grammy award-winning baritone Christopher Maltman is regarded as one of the world’s finest singers.

Following his degree in Biochemistry, he studied singing at the Royal Academy of Music. A globally-renowned Don Giovanni, he has sung the role in London, Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Salzburg, Amsterdam, Toulouse, San Sebastian, Beijing and Chicago, and adds New York and Edinburgh this year. He won the Lieder prize at the Cardiff Singer of the World early in his career and has continued to delight audiences with his sensitive and engaging song performances, many of which are documented in acclaimed recordings. Maltman joins Joseph Middleton, Pembroke’s College Musician, fresh from recitals together at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall, in San Francisco, Strasbourg, Krakow and for BBC Radio 3.

“with this superbly executed recital, Maltman leaps in a single bound into the front rank of Lieder interpreters today.” Gramophone Magazine
“This disc by itself is enough to establish [Maltman] as one of the genre’s most important recent exponents.” Fanfare Magazine, USA.
“Accompanied by the brilliant Joseph Middleton, already labelled by the New York Times “the perfect Accompanist.” Musicweb International

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