Oxford Lieder presents tenor Ted Black

Tenor Ted Black was recently a finalist in the world-famous Kathleen Ferrier Awards. He is currently singing two major Mozart roles for Opera Wrocław in Poland before he returns to the prestigious Benjamin Britten Opera School at the Royal College of Music.

Together with Oxford Lieder Artistic Director, pianist Sholto Kynoch, Ted will present a journey in song from the bright city lights of Francis Poulenc’s Paris, to the USA and Hans Eisler’s Hollywood Songbook, and finally back to England for songs by Ivor Gurney.

Full Programme:

Francis Poulenc – Voyage á Paris
Tel Jour Telle Nuit

Dutilleux – San Francisco Night

Hans Eisler, from the Hollywood Songbook:
Die Stadt ist nach den Engeln
Diese Stadt hat mich belehrt

Claude Debussy – De Soir

Cheryl Frances-Hoad – Marching Through Time

Muriel Herbert – I hear an army charging

Rebecca Clarke – The Seal Man

Hamilton Harty – The Sea Wrack

Michael Tippett – The Dancer

Ivor Gurney – Lights Out

Muriel Herbert – Renouncement

Tickets £12 (+ booking fee). Doors will open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

We are able to offer free on-site parking for this event.

COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS: Please note this event will be socially distanced and temperatures will be taken on entry. We ask that all attendees wear a mask for the performance unless they are medically exempt. PPE visors will be made available to attendees should they prefer.

Tickets are available in pairs, or as individual seats (distanced from others).

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