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Fleur Barron (mezzo-soprano), Ashok Klouda (cello) and Joseph Middleton (piano)

Saturday April 24, 2021 at 15:00
Available online until
Saturday May 8, 2021
Online: Leeds Town Hall, Leeds
£8.80 (including booking fee)
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  1. Music when soft voices die, from Last Love Songs - Bun-Ching Lam
  2. Heimweh I: Wie traulich war das Fleckchen, from 9 Lieder Op 63 - Johannes Brahms
  3. Bright Moonlight - Chen Yi
  4. Heimweh 2: O wüsst ich doch den Weg zurück, from 9 Lieder Op 63 - Johannes Brahms
  5. My native land - Charles Ives
  6. Heimweh 3: Ich sah als Knabe Blumen blühn, from 9 Lieder Op 63 - Johannes Brahms
  7. The Nursery - Modest Mussorgsky
    • With Nanny
    • In the corner
    • With the doll
    • Sailor the cat
    • At bedtime
    • Ride on the hobby-horse
  8. The Far Shore - Kamala Sankaram
  9. Northeastern Lullaby - Traditional Chinese
  10. Fengyang Flower Drum - Traditional Chinese
  11. The beautiful girl does not love me, for voice, cello and piano - Alexander Borodin
  12. Listen to my song, my friends, for voice, cello and piano - Alexander Borodin
  13. Gestillte Sehnsucht, from 2 Lieder for alto, viola and piano Op 91 - Johannes Brahms
  14. Music when soft voice die, from Beloved, thou hast brought me many flowers, for voice, cello and piano - Libby Larsen

The daughter of a Singaporean mother and British father, Fleur Barron grew up in the Far East and also spent considerable time in the US. and Great Britain. She has been hailed a ‘charismatic star’ by the Boston Globe, and a ‘knockout performer’ by The Times. In a typically wide-ranging, thought-provoking and thoughtful programme Barron brings, for the first time, Chinese folk and art songs to Leeds Lieder. Woven around songs by Brahms and Ives, these gems illuminate a programme she has called 'Dreams, Homeland and Childhood'. The programme facilitates cross-cultural dialogue in the most interesting way. Two different settings of Music when soft voices die bookend this special recital.

Online: Leeds Town Hall
The Headrow
West Yorkshire
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