45. Cushion Concerts for Under 5s and Over 5s: Ted Black, Rachel Fright, Catriona Scott
20 October 2019, 10:00
St Hilda's College,
Presented in association with the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building
A fun exploration of music and words, the human voice and the piano, singing and playing, for all the family. This is part of the well-established Cushion Concerts series at the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building. The monthly Cushion Concerts introduce a wide variety of music and instruments to children and their families. They feature specialist guest performers and we’re delighted to be their partner for a morning of song. The floor is cleared and audience members are invited to bring cushions for an intimate and interactive concert, nurturing children’s love and curiosity for classical music.
TenorBorn and raised in London, lyric tenor Ted Black is currently in his second year of postgraduate study at the Royal College of Music, under the tutelage of Alison Wells. At the RCM, he is the Sir Gordon Palmer scholar, and is further supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust. Before his studies in London, Ted previously graduated with first class honours from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Ted’s operatic roles have included Cecco (Il Mondo della Luna – RCM), Junge Seeman (Tristan und Isolde – Saffron Oper... Read Full Biography
PianistFollowing her performance as a Leeds Lieder Young Artist 2018, Rachel Fright was awarded the Hester Dickson Duo Prize with duo partner Ted Black (tenor) to study at Oxenfoord International Summer School with Malcolm Martineau. In the same year, Rachel was a finalist in the Patricia Routledge National English Song Competition and the British Art-Song competition as part of the London Song Festival. Rachel performs regularly across the UK and has been featured on BBC Radio 3. She is also a musician for Live Music Now, deputy tutor at Yorkshire... 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....