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Schubert and Strauss: Kathryn Rudge & Christopher Glynn

18 October 2017, 13:10


Lunchtime Recital

Lunchtime


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Holywell Music Room

Holywell St
Oxford
OX1 3BN



Kathryn Rudge is a member of the BBC New Generation Artist scheme and together with pianist Christopher Glynn she presents a programme of favourite Strauss songs alongside songs by Schubert and Schumann's 'Mary Stuart' songs.


Artist Portrait

Kathryn Rudge

Kathryn Rudge

Mezzo Soprano

Born in Liverpool in 1986, Kathryn completed her studies at the Royal Northern College of Music with Susan Roper on the International Artist Diploma scheme in 2011. She is a BBC New Generation artist (a commitment which will run until December 2017). Upon graduating she joined the ENO Young Artist programme and between 2010 and 2013 was a YCAT artist (Young Classical Artists Trust). Since being featured as The Times Rising Star of Classical Music 2012, Kathryn made her debut to critical acclaim with English National Opera as Cherubino... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Christopher Glynn

Christopher Glynn

Pianist

Christopher Glynn is a Grammy award-winning pianist and accompanist, working with leading singers, instrumentalists and ensembles in concerts, broadcasts and recordings throughout the world. He is also Artistic Director of the Ryedale Festival, programming around 60 events each year in the many beautiful and historic venues of Ryedale, North Yorkshire. Described by The Times as ‘a superb accompanist’ and praised in Gramophone for his ‘breathtaking sensitivity’, Chris has performed with singers including Sir Thomas ... Read Full Biography

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