Ailish Tynan & James Baillieu
  • Sunday 8 May 2022, 3:00pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £15 -£3

Generously supported by The Haworth Charitable Trust
Part of the Manchester Song Festival 2022

‘In a class of his own’ – The Daily Telegraph (on James Baillieu)

Sensational Irish soprano Ailish Tynan and acclaimed pianist James Baillieu will perform a wonderful recital that opens with Grieg’s Six German Songs, Op.48 and concludes with a group of Strauss songs.

Ailish Tynan & James Baillieu
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £15 -£3

Programme:
GRIEG Op.48
1. Gruss
2. Dereinst, Gedanke mein
3. Lauf der Welt
4. Die verschwiegene Nachtigall
5. Zur Rosenzeit
6. Ein Traum
SCHUBERT
Dass sie hier gewesen!
Gretchen am Spinnrade
Amalia
Die junge Nonne
Ave Maria
STRAUSS
Zueignung
Befreit
Op.27
Ruhe, meine Seele
Cäcilie
Heimliche Aufforderung
Morgen

Performers

Performers

Ailish Tynan - Soprano
James Baillieu - Piano

Generously supported by The Haworth Charitable Trust
Part of the Manchester Song Festival 2022

‘In a class of his own’ – The Daily Telegraph (on James Baillieu)

Sensational Irish soprano Ailish Tynan and acclaimed pianist James Baillieu will perform a wonderful recital that opens with Grieg’s Six German Songs, Op.48 and concludes with a group of Strauss songs.

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