22. Ceri Owen, Stephanie Wake-Edwards: Vaughan Williams and Women
18 October 2022, 15:00 - 16:00
Pianist, researcher and writer Ceri Owen is currently working on a new biography of Vaughan Williams. She gives an illustrated lecture-recital that casts a fresh light on his relationships with his two wives, his female students and other female colleagues, while illuminating their neglected work and the ways they shaped his creative life, as much as he shaped theirs. She is joined by Stephanie Wake-Edwards, a recent graduate of the prestigious Jette Parker Young Artists Programme at the Royal Opera House.
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Mezzo SopranoStephanie Wake-Edwards is a London-born mezzo-soprano. With her unique and impressive voice, despite her young age she has consistently attracted international attention from the highest levels, including in 2018 when Marc Minkowski awarded Wake-Edwards a special recital in his Concours Bordeaux Medoc Lyrique. She has already secured engagements with several opera companies and orchestras, including Glyndebourne Festival and the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where she has been a Jette Parker Young Artist since September 2019 and where sh... Read Full Biography
PianistClick here to visit Ceri Owen's website.
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This event is part of a series:
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