58. Emily Dickinson's Nature Songbook
17 October 2021, 14:45 - 15:45
St Hilda's College
Nadine Benjamin and Nicole Panizza released their CD of Emily Dickinson settings, ‘Emergence’, in 2019 to great acclaim. The focal point of today’s programme, as on that recording, is Aaron Copland’s Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson, written in 1949/50. These richly evocative songs are complemented by nature-related Dickinson poems set to music by other American composers including André Previn and Juliana Hall, and selections from Julian Phillip’s 2007 cycle An Amherst Bestiary.
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The performance duration is approximately 1 hour and there will be no interval.
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SopranoBritish lyric soprano Nadine Benjamin is a charismatic and versatile artist who is in increasing demand on both the operatic stage and the concert platform. She is also developing great renown as an exponent of song, in particular Verdi, Strauss, Berg and contemporary American song. From 2018 to 2020, Nadine was an English National Opera Harewood Artist and made her debut with the Company as Clara (Porgy and Bess), followed by Musetta (La bohème) and Laura (Luisa Miller). Nadine made her Royal Opera House debut in October 2020 as a... Read Full Biography
PianistNicole Panizza has emerged as one of the UK’s leading recitalists, scholars, and educators. A Fulbright Award recipient, she completed her postgraduate studies with Roger Vignoles at the Royal College of Music (UK) in 2014. She has since gained international renown for her inter-medial research regarding American song, and the creative exploration of the text-music partnership. Her specialism encompasses the life and work of the poet Emily Dickinson; incorporating performance, publication, and initiatives that promote international eng... Read Full Biography
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