Manchester Song Festival: RNCM Songsters
  • Sunday 1 March 2020, 1pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £8
Book tickets
Image Manchester Song Festival: RNCM Songsters

Journeys in Song: The Manchester Song Festival returns for its second year in spring 2020, with a full day of musical participation and discovery culminating in a recital by celebrated baritone Roderick Williams.

The journey starts at 1pm with a lunchtime concert by the RNCM Songsters, a specially selected group of gifted singers and pianists who share a passion for song repertoire, and present programmes of flair and imagination. For The Manchester Song Festival they will present a colourful journey across Europe and beyond, to lands exotic and enchanting, performing works by Robert Schumann, Wolf, Finzi and Barber.

1pm RNCM Songsters Performance
3pm Britten Saint Nicolas Performance with Nicky Spence
4.30pm Nicky Spence Masterclass
7.30pm Roderick Williams Performance

The RNCM Songsters will present a colourful journey across Europe and beyond. Previous recitals include appearances at The English Music Festival, Leeds International concert Season/Leeds Lieder, The Stoller Hall, and the Opera Comique in Paris, They also recently recorded a series of songs by Sir Arthur Sullivan with the renown pianist David Owen Norris.

This event is part of The Manchester Song Festival, view the full programme here.

Download the event flyer

Manchester Song Festival: RNCM Songsters
  • Sunday 1 March 2020, 1pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £8
Book tickets
Book a Day Ticket here

Performers

Performers

RNCM Songsters

Programme

Programme

To include:
DUPARC L’invitation au voyage
CHAUSSON Le Colibri, Op. 2 No. 7
R SCUMANN Aus der Heimat hinter den Blitzen rot, Op. 39. No. 1
WOLF Kennst du das Land?
FINZI When I set off for Lyonesse
BARBER Sure on this Shining Night, Op. 13 No. 3
BARBER A Green Lowland of Pianos, Op. 45 No. 2

Journeys in Song: The Manchester Song Festival returns for its second year in spring 2020, with a full day of musical participation and discovery culminating in a recital by celebrated baritone Roderick Williams.

The journey starts at 1pm with a lunchtime concert by the RNCM Songsters, a specially selected group of gifted singers and pianists who share a passion for song repertoire, and present programmes of flair and imagination. For The Manchester Song Festival they will present a colourful journey across Europe and beyond, to lands exotic and enchanting, performing works by Robert Schumann, Wolf, Finzi and Barber.

1pm RNCM Songsters Performance
3pm Britten Saint Nicolas Performance with Nicky Spence
4.30pm Nicky Spence Masterclass
7.30pm Roderick Williams Performance

The RNCM Songsters will present a colourful journey across Europe and beyond. Previous recitals include appearances at The English Music Festival, Leeds International concert Season/Leeds Lieder, The Stoller Hall, and the Opera Comique in Paris, They also recently recorded a series of songs by Sir Arthur Sullivan with the renown pianist David Owen Norris.

This event is part of The Manchester Song Festival, view the full programme here.

Download the event flyer

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