31. Mark Padmore, Kate Kennedy: In Conversation
20 October 2022, 11:00 - 12:00
Please note: This event is free to attend, but booking in advance is essential
Mark Padmore is the Festival’s Artist in Residence. He is one of the most highly-regarded tenors of his generation, equally renowned on song, concert and opera stages the world over. This morning he is in conversation with author and broadcaster Kate Kennedy.
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The event duration is approximately 1 hour and there will be no interval.
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SpeakerDr Kate Kennedy has held a Research Fellowship at Girton College, Cambridge, a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship at the English Faculty, Cambridge, and is the Weinrebe Research Fellow in Life-writing at Wolfson College, Oxford. She lectures in both music and English, and specialises in interdisciplinary biography. Her biography Dweller in Shadows: Ivor Gurney, poet, composer will be published by Oxford University Press in 2016, and she is currently working on a triple biography of Rupert Brooke and composers FS Kelly and William Denis Br... Read Full Biography
TenorMark Padmore was born in London and studied at King’s College, Cambridge. He has established an international career in opera, concert and recital. His appearances in Bach Passions have gained particular notice, especially his renowned performances as Evangelist in the St Matthew and St John Passions with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Simon Rattle, staged by Peter Sellars. A highlight of Mark’s 2021/22 season is a residency at Wigmore Hall where he celebrates his relationship with pianists Till Fellner, Imogen Cooper,... Read Full Biography
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