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The Oxford Lieder Young Artist Programme Audition Recitals (Day One - Part One)

17 March 2022, 14:00 - 21:30



Listen throughout the day to the best emerging professionals from around the UK, seeking to be Oxford Lieder Young Artists. Between six and eight exceptional duos will be selected following 25-minute audition recitals. These recitals will run throughout the 17th and 18th of March, with breaks after every two recitals. You are welcome to dip in and out between sessions.


14:00 Rosie Lavery (soprano) & Marianna Abrahamyan
14:30 Katie MacDonald (mezzo-soprano) & Adam Turner

15:30 Charles Cunliffe (baritone) & Joseph Cavalli-Price
16:00 Clara Barbier Serrano (soprano) & Joanna Kacperek

17:00 George Reynolds (baritone) & Bethany Reeves
17:30 Anna Marmion (soprano) & Aleksandra Myslek

19:00 Emily Christina Loftus (soprano) & George Ireland
19:30 Hannah Morley (mezzo-soprano) & Michael Rose

20:30 Wonsick Oh (bass) & Aron Goldin
21:00 Clara Orif (soprano) & Jack Redman


The Young Artist Programme

Our newly expanded Young Artist Programme combines the best elements of our well-established Mastercourse and Young Artist Platform to offer an expanded range of high-quality opportunities for training and performance, and to enable more artists to benefit each year. The selected duos will be offered fully-subsidised places on our Mastercourse in October, as well other training opportunities during the year. They will also be offered a number of professional engagements at the Festival and with our partners nationally and internationally. This will culminate in the Young Artists curating and presenting Spring Song 2023.


The Levine Builiding

We are delighted to visit Trinity College’s brand new Levine Building across Spring Song 2022. This stunning new concert and lecture hall has specially-designed acoustic panelling and a beautiful new Steinway Model B grand piano. There is also a lovely café on site that will be open during the day and accommodation options for audience members. Access to the Levine Building is via the Trinity College porters’ lodge on Broad Street, a stone’s throw from the Holywell Music Room. Click here to learn more


COVID POLICY

It’s wonderful to be fully back in person, but we still want to ensure that audience, artists and our team feel safe. Please click here to view our latest COVID-19 policies. We will continuously review our safety measures as the situation progresses and government guidance changes. Do please check this page before your visit for the most up-to-date information.


Watch former Oxford Lieder Young Artist Progamme winners Lotte Betts-Dean and Joseph Havlat perform in 2019


Programme


Artist Portrait

Joan Rodgers

Joan Rodgers

Soprano

Internationally renowned, Joan Rodgers is equally established in opera, concert, and as a recitalist. She has appeared in concert with conductors including Solti, Barenboim, Mehta, Harnoncourt, Mackerras, Ashkenazy, Salonen and Rattle and has been a regular guest at the BBC Proms. Operatic engagements have included engagements at the Royal Opera House, English National Opera, Opera North and Glyndebourne in Britain, Paris, Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam and Vienna in Europe, and the Metropolitan Opera, New York. Joan Rodgers has also appeare... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Libby Burgess

Libby Burgess

Pianist

Libby Burgess is a prize-winning pianist dedicated to the fields of song and chamber music, collaborating regularly with some of the finest singers and instrumentalists of her generation. Her diverse schedule ranges from song recitals in the UK’s major concert halls and festivals, to chamber music in obscure venues around the country or appearances on Radio 3. Libby is the founding Artistic Director of New Paths, a major festival of concerts and outreach events in Yorkshire, and is Co-Artistic Director with pianist Martin Roscoe of the... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Sholto Kynoch

Sholto Kynoch

Pianist

Sholto Kynoch is a sought-after pianist who specialises in song and chamber music. He is the founder and Artistic Director of the Oxford Lieder Festival, which won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Award in 2015, cited for its ‘breadth, depth and audacity’ of programming. In July 2018, Sholto was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Music in the RAM Honours. Recent recitals have taken him to Wigmore Hall, Heidelberger Frühling in Germany, the Zeist International Lied Festival in Holland, the LIFE Victoria festi... Read Full Biography

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This event is part of a series:

Spring Song 2022

We're thrilled to announce our spring festival, Spring Song, which sees us back fully in person at the Holywell Music Room and in the superb new concert hall at Trinity College, with a four-day feast of song recitals, study events, auditions for our new and enhanced Young Artist Programme, and more. We cannot wait to see you there!  

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