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Lunch with Fauré & Schubert: Nicholas Mogg & Jâms Coleman

28 October 2015, 13:10 - 14:00

Lunchtime Recital

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Nicholas Mogg baritone
Jâms Coleman piano

The exceptional winners of this year's Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform give today's Fauré and Schubert programme. Anyone who heard their audition recital at the Spring Weekend of Song will know this is an event not to be missed: a true opportunity to hear the starts of the future.


Gabriel Fauré (1845-1924)

L'horizon chimérique, Op. 118 (Jean de la Ville de Mirmont)

  1. La mer est infinie
  2. Je me suis embarqué
  3. Diane, Séléné
  4. Vaisseaux, nous vous aurons aimés en pure perte

Poème d'un jour, Op. 21 (Charles Grandmougin)

  1. Rencontre
  2. Toujours
  3. Adieu

Sylvie, Op. 6 no. 3 (Paul de Choudens)
Sérénade 'Le bourgeois gentilhomme' (Molière)
Chanson d'amour, Op. 27, no. 1 (Armand Silvestre)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

An die ferne Geliebte, Op. 98 (Alois Jeitteles)

Franz Schubert (1797-1828)

Ganymed, D544 (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)
An die Musik, D547 (Franz von Schober)
Auf der Bruck, D853 (Ernst Schulze)
An Sylvia, D891 (Shakespeare, tr. Bauernfeld)

Artist Portrait

Nicholas Mogg

Nicholas Mogg


Winner of the 2017 Royal Over-Seas League Singers Section, Nicholas Mogg has recently completed his studies on the Opera Course at the Royal Academy of Music with Mark Wildman and Iain Ledingham. In 2018, he received a Young Artist Development Award through the Glyndebourne New Generation Programme, supporting his current National Opera Studio course. In September 2019, he joins the Studio at the Staatsoper Hamburg. He is an Oxford Lieder Young Artist, a Britten-Pears Young Artist, a Park Lane Group Young Artist, a Live Music Now Artist, ... Read Full Biography

Festival Passes

This event is part of a series:

2015 Festival: Singing Words: poets and their songs

Singing Words: Poets and their Songs celebrates the glorious and varied poetry of song and emphasises this unique meeting of words and music. Following the triumph of last year’s ‘The Schubert Project’ and our recent Royal Philharmonic Society Award, we are pleased to present another stellar array of world-renowned artists in the heart of Oxford. Many of the programmes are bas...

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