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Social DistanSong Day Eight: Joan Rodgers plus Live Q&A at 5pm

04 April 2020, 10:00 - 23:55


Concert

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It's the last day of Social DistanSong! We know that nothing can replace the experience of live music - and how we all look forward to enjoying that again! - but we also hope that you've enjoyed what we've been able to send you over the week. At 5pm today, Oxford Lieder's Artistic Director, Sholto Kynoch, will do a live Q&A. This will be via YouTube, and you'll be able to watch it on this page. We'll post the link just before it starts, so refresh this page at 5pm to see it. If you have any questions, do email them (ideally in advance) to [email protected]
In the meantime, Joan Rodgers, who would have been leading the Mastercourse over the past week, has sent us a short film introducing some of her favourite recordings. Watch this below, and the links to the songs she recommends follow that.

LIVE Q&A WITH SHOLTO KYNOCH:

Joan's introduction to some of her favourite recordings:

Click here for a Spotify Playlist of Joan's selected songs.

And below are links to the same recordings on YouTube:

Kathleen Ferrier singing Stanford's 'A Soft Day'

Boris Christoff singing Mussorsky's 'Hobby Horse', from The Nursery

Suzanne Danco singing Ravel's 'Placet futile' from Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé

Nikolai Gedda singing Schubert's 'Du bist die Ruh'

Janet Baker singing Mahler's 'Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen' from the Rückert Lieder


This event is part of a series:

Social DistanSong

In these strange and unsettling times, we're delighted to present our much-reduced virtual spring festival in place of Spring Song.  From 27 March to 4 April, we'll be bringing you exclusive content to enjoy from the artists and speakers who were due to take part. Artistic Director, Sholto Kynoch, tells us more about what's coming up in the video below... [youtube url=http...

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