The Chapel, 64 Park Lane, Norwich Friday 31 May 7.30pm Fundraising recital

Friday 31 May 7.30pm
Southrepps Festival fund-raising recital
Tickets on the door £12.00 including glass of wine

Ben Johnson – tenor
Tom Primrose – piano

This is a special concert with the distinguished and much acclaimed young tenor, Ben Johnson with Tom Primrose, who will be giving a recital as a fund-raising event for the Southrepps Festival which runs 1st to 4th August
http://www.southrepps-classical-music-festival.org

Programme:
•   Myths and Legends:
•   Schubert: An die Leier
•   Vaughan Williams: Orpheus with his lute
•   Poulenc: Le Bestiare (from Cortege de Orphee)
•   Wolf: Anakreons Grab
•   William Denis Browne: To Gratiana, dancing and singing
•   From the World of Opera: Part 1
•   Donizetti: Angelo casto e bel (Il Duca D’Alba)
•   Berlioz: Ah! Je vais les mais (Beatrice and Benedict)
•   Frank Bridge: Adoration
•   Puccini: Avete torto (Gianni Schicci)

Interval

•   Sonnets
•   Britten: Sonetto XVI (Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo)
•   Britten: Oh might those sighs and tears (Holy Sonnets of John Donne)
•   Schubert: Sonnett I (Petrarch)
•   Parry: No Longer Mourn for me when I am Dead (Shakespeare)
•   Liszt: Io vidi in terra (Petrarch)
•   From the World of Opera: Part 2
•   Britten: Rome is now Ruled (Rape of Lucretia)
•   Mozart: Dalla sua pace (Don Giovanni)
•   Goddard: Oh ne t’éveille pas encor (Berceuse from Jocelyn)
•   Verdi: Ella mi fu rapita… Parmi veder le lagrime (Rigoletto)

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