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21. Imogen Cooper plays Schubert: Imogen Cooper & Harriet Burns

13 October 2020, 17:30 - 18:30


Concert

Early Evening


This event will be broadcast from Holywell Music Room


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Imogen Cooper needs little introduction as one of the finest living interpreters of Schubert. We are thrilled that she will perform his G major sonata, D894. She will also be joined by former Oxford Lieder Young Artist Harriet Burns for a selection of Schubert night songs.

This concert will be streamed completely live from the Holywell Music Room. Shortly afterwards, it will also be available to watch again (using the same ticket and link) until 1 November 2020. Click here for further information on how tickets will work this year.

This event will be presented by Gavin Plumley.


Watch Imogen Cooper's 70th birthday performance from Wigmore Hall last year, where she plays Schubert's last three sonatas:


Artist Portrait

Imogen Cooper

Imogen Cooper

Pianist

Regarded as one of the finest interpreters of Classical and Romantic repertoire, Imogen Cooper is internationally renowned for her virtuosity and lyricism. Recent and future concerto performances include the Berliner Philharmoniker with Sir Simon Rattle, Sydney Symphony with Simone Young, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra with Thomas Dausgaard and the Aurora Orchestra with Nicholas Collon, the latter including performances in London and at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Her recitals this season include solos in London (including as part o... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Harriet Burns

Harriet Burns

Soprano

Winner of 2nd prize at the Wigmore Hall/Independent Opera International Song Competition, British soprano Harriet Burns is a recent graduate of the Guildhall Opera School, graduating with a Distinction on the Artist Diploma programme under the tutelage of Yvonne Kenny in 2020. She is a Samling Artist, Oxford Lieder Young Artist, and a Britten-Pears Young Artist. Other competition successes include winner of the compulsory Song Prize ("Oh che tranquillo mar") and Recital Prize at the 2019 InternationalVocal Competition in 's-Her... Read Full Biography

This event is part of a series:

Connections Across Time - A Brief History of Song

Over a packed eight days, world-class artists including Benjamin Appl, Ian Bostridge, Sarah Connolly and Roderick Williams will present some 40 concerts and events, from venues across Oxford and completely live. From the comfort of your own home, you will be able to enjoy these concerts live-streamed in the highest quality. We’ll be exploring every possible advantage of this temporary ...

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