Pioneer Plus Passholders - exclusive access to archive footage
19 February 2021, 09:00 - 11 April 2021, 23:55
Our Pioneer Plus Passholders receive exclusive access to a selection of recent OLF events.
These events will be available to watch on demand from 20 February to 11 April 2021 via this event page (please click on the Digital Concert Hall link above).
Archive footage includes the following concerts and Song Connections study events:
Schumann and Mahler: Sarah Connolly & Eugene Asti
Schumann's Frauenliebe und -leben and Mahler's Rückert Lieder, plus Schubert songs performed by Emerging Artist William Thomas (recorded live on 10 October 2020)
Inspired by Hafez: Michael Mofidian & Jâms Coleman
Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder, songs by Brahms and selected songs from Schumann's Myrthen (recorded live on 11 October 2020)
Schwanengesang: Christoph Prégardien & Michael Gees
Beethoven's 'Adelaide' and selected Schubert songs including 'Die Bürgschaft' and the complete songs of Schwanengesang (recorded live on 17 October 2020)
Winter Journey: Roderick Williams & Christopher Glynn
Schubert's Winterreise, in a stunning and illuminating translation by Jeremy Sams (recorded live on 21 October 2019)
On Wenlock Edge animated film: Daniel Norman, Sholto Kynoch & the Brodsky Quartet
The full, prize-winning animated film with studio recording of this poignant version of Vaughan Williams's On Wenlock Edge, created by Jeremy Hamway-Bidgood for the 2019 Oxford Lieder Festival.
SONG CONNECTIONS STUDY EVENTS
Brahms's Circle and the Musical Past Part 1 – A sensation in 1880s Berlin: Amalie Joachim’s Historical Song-Recitals (recorded for the 2020 Oxford Lieder Festival)
Brahms's Circle and the Musical Past Part 2 – Brahms and the Medieval (recorded for the 2020 Oxford Lieder Festival)
Elias Ashmole and the Ashmolean Museum (recorded for the 2020 Oxford Lieder Festival)
Voltaire, Rousseau & the Enlightenment (recorded for the 2020 Oxford Lieder Festival)
The Story of the Rose (recorded for the 2020 Oxford Lieder Festival)
This event is part of a series:
Building on the success of its first online festival in October 2020, Oxford Lieder presents a live, online weekend of song on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February. Winter into Spring: The Changing Seasons offers nine events with world-class singers and pianists, and emerging stars, with a wide range of music to lift the spirits in the depths of this bleak winter and herald the coming of spring. ...