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5b. Freundliche Vision: Strauss's Life in Song. Part Two: From Fame to Grave

15 October 2022, 15:15 - 16:30



This is Part Two of Gavin Plumley's illustrated lecture on Strauss. Tickets cover both parts of the event. Please see Part One for full details.


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Gavin Plumley

Gavin Plumley

Speaker

Gavin Plumley is a writer and broadcaster specializing in the music and culture of Central Europe. He read music at Keble College, Oxford and began his career in the publications and press departments at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. After working for several years as a theatrical and literary agent, Gavin decided to pursue a freelance career in 2011. He has written features and programme notes for the world’s leading opera houses, concert halls and music festivals, including the Salzburg Festival, for which he has been comm... Read Full Biography
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Emily Christina Loftus

Emily Christina Loftus

Soprano

Originally from the North of England, soprano Emily Christina Loftus recently graduated with Distinction from the Royal College of Music, London, where she studied with Rosa Mannion and Caroline Dowdle as the Leverhulme Arts Scholar. During her studies, Emily was a Josephine Baker Trust Artist and recipient of The Sir James Caird Travel Scholarship. Emily is a First Class graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (2014-2018) where she was a RCS Scholar, studying with Patricia MacMahon. In 2021, Emily performed the role of Pamina for... Read Full Biography
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George Ireland

George Ireland

Pianist

From a non-musical background, George Ireland began to play the piano from scratch, self-taught at the age of 14. He is now 27 and enjoys a thriving career, in demand both as a recital partner and as a repetiteur in Opera and Choral music. Graduating with distinction from the Royal College of Music, in both 2020 and 2021 he accompanied the winning recitals at the Kathleen Ferrier Awards, with Jessica Cale and Hugh Cutting respectively. With Jessica Cale he was an Emerging Artist in the 2021 Oxford Lieder Festival, performing Strauss along... Read Full Biography
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Wonsick Oh

Wonsick Oh

Baritone

Korean bass singer Wonsick Jonathan Oh possesses an extensive repertoire in both opera and song, having received the Special Prize at the coveted Beijing International Opera Competition (2017). In 2013, Wonsick’s opera career began with the role of Sprecher in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte. Whilst studying at university, he performed numerous roles including Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni (2014), Don Bartolo in Le Nozze di Figaro (2016), Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor (2016), Sarastro in Die Zauberflöte (2018), and Simone ... Read Full Biography
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Aron Goldin

Aron Goldin

Pianist

Aron Goldin is a British pianist, specialising in the Lieder repertoire. He is studying for a Professional Diploma in Piano Accompaniment at the Royal Academy of Music, where he is a Principal Scholar under the tutelage of Malcolm Martineau and Michael Dussek. Prior to his Professional Diploma, Aron gained a Masters with Distinction in Piano Accompaniment and a Diploma of the Royal Academy of Music (DipRAM). Aron also has a Double First in English Literature from Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was a Senior Scholar. He has been accepted... Read Full Biography

Festival Passes

Seating Area A
Full Festival Pass
Week 1 Festival Pass (Friday 14 - Saturday 22 inclusive)
Seating Area B
Full Festival Pass

This event is part of a series:

Oxford Lieder Festival: 14 - 29 October 2022

The 21st Oxford Lieder Festival, Friendship in Song: An Intimate Art, invites you to explore song as an art form that grew up among friends, often at special and sociable gatherings, and inspired many composers’ most personal and profound works. We explore friendships between composers, poets and performers, recreate the intimate atmosphere of the salon, and generally enjoy a festive sp...

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