34. Mozart's Journey to Prague: Lucy Hall, Jonathan Stone & Sholto Kynoch
17 October 2019, 17:30 - 18:20
In November 1787, Mozart returned triumphant to Prague for the premiere of Don Giovanni. His trip there was brought colourfully to life by Eduard Mörike in his famous novella Mozart’s Journey to Prague. For this concert, the great A major violin sonata K526, written at the same time as Don Giovanni, and songs of the same period are heard within an abridged retelling of Mörike’s capricious story.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)Die Verschweigung (K. 518)
- Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte (K520)
- Abendempfindung (K523)
- Des kleinen Friedrichs Geburtstag (K529)
- Das Traumbild (K530)
- Die kleine Spinnerin (K.531)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)
SopranoLucy Hall is from Nottinghamshire, England. She completed her training at the National Opera Studio and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where she graduated with a First Class Honours and the Dove Memorial Prize for being the highest marked graduate and the Ann Wyburd Prize for Lieder. Operatic engagements include Susanna and Barbarina in Le Nozze di Figaro, Euridice Orfeo ed Euridice and Echo Ariadne auf Naxos for Scottish Opera, Jen in the award-winning 4.48 Psychosisand Lila in The Firework Maker’s Daughterfor the Royal ... Read Full Biography
ViolinistBritish violinist Jonathan Stone is an internationally acclaimed chamber musician, soloist, concertmaster and director. As soloist and chamber musician, highlights of this season include appearances at the Larzac, North Norfolk, Battle, Ironstone and Marryat Players chamber music festivals, as well as the Oxford Lieder Festival. In May 2019, he appears as a guest artist with the Nash Ensemble to record Fanny Mendelssohn’s string quartet, and in January 2020 he returns to Wigmore Hall as violinist of the Phoenix Piano Trio. Jonath... Read Full Biography
PianistSholto Kynoch is a sought-after pianist who specialises in song and chamber music. He is the founder and Artistic Director of the Oxford Lieder Festival, which won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Award in 2015, cited for its ‘breadth, depth and audacity’ of programming. In July 2018, Sholto was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in the RAM Honours. Recent recitals have taken him to Wigmore Hall, Heidelberger Frühling in Germany, the Zeist International Lied Festival in Holland, the LIFE Victoria festi... Read Full Biography
This event is part of a series:
The 18th Oxford Lieder Festival will explore life, death, and the mysterious areas between and beyond. Sprites and nymphs cause mayhem and mischief, while legends abound from Greco-Roman sagas to the Lorelei and the Erlking. Storytelling with the Crick Crack Club, a ghost tour, a magic show and more all complement the myriad concerts, masterclasses and study events over a packed fortnight....