3. Helen Charlston & Toby Carr: Battle Cry
14 October 2022, 17:00 - 18:00
For the first of our lute-song recitals, Helen Charlston, a BBC New Generation Artist, and Toby Carr present Battle Cry, a programme taken from their recent, acclaimed disc of the same name on Delphian Records. The programme rebalances the 17th-century obsession with female abandonment and lament, incorporating works by Purcell, Monteverdi, Barbara Strozzi and their contemporaries, as well as a specially commissioned work by Owain Park.
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The event duration is approximately 1 hour 15 minutes and there will be no interval.
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Watch Delphian Records' film of Helen and Toby performing Purcell:
Mezzo-sopranoHailed “a rather special mezzo” (Music Web International), Helen is a young artist increasingly in demand in the UK and abroad. Recent concert highlights include debuts with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (Handel Messiah/Stephen Layton), Royal Northern Sinfonia (Mendelssohn Lobgesang/Paul McCreesh) and at the Palau de la Musica in Barcelona (Bach Matthew Passion/Gabrieli Consort and Players); a worldwide tour of Handel Messiah with the Seattle Symphony, the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra and Adelaide Symphon... Read Full Biography
LutenistLutenist and guitarist Toby Carr is known as a versatile and engaging artist, performing with some of the finest musicians in the business. Toby was introduced to the lute while studying the classical guitar at Trinity Laban, leading to a postgraduate degree at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, where he has since been welcomed back as a professor. He now has a busy performing career on a variety of plucked instruments as a soloist, continuo player, accompanist and chamber musician. The challenge of presenting old music to ... Read Full Biography
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