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Mastercourse Day Two

24 October 2017, 10:00 - 17:00



This event will be broadcast from Headington School: The Music School

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We are thrilled to welcome the world-famous mezzo-soprano Ann Murray to lead this year's residential Mastercourse. Each day the students also work with a renowned guest tutor, and observers are free to move between these fascinating sessions.

Richard Jackson

Britten Room, Headington School

1000 Teng Xiang Ting (soprano) & Victor Lim

1035 Georg Klimbacher (baritone) & Andreas Fröschl

1110 Richard Robbins (tenor) & Guy Murgatroyd

1155 Klaudia Tandl (mezzo) & Gisela Jöbstl

1230 Maria Ladurner (soprano) & Barbara Sattler

1305 Concert and lunch break

1430 Wu He (soprano) & Lucy Colquhoun

1510 Lara Marie Müller (soprano) & Mandee Madrid-Sikich

1605 Eira Sjaastad Huse (mezzo) & Olga Jørgensen

1645 Rachel Fenlon (soprano & piano)

Ann Murray

Purcell Room, Headington School

1000 Wu He (soprano) & Lucy Colquhoun

1035 Lara Marie Müller (soprano) & Mandee Madrid-Sikich

1110 Eira Sjaastad Huse (mezzo) & Olga Jørgensen

1155 Rachel Fenlon (soprano & piano)

1230 Teng Xiang Ting (soprano) & Victor Lim

1305 Concert and lunch break

1430 Richard Robbins (tenor) & Guy Murgatroyd

1510 Georg Klimbacher (baritone) & Andreas Fröschl

1605 Klaudia Tandl (mezzo) & Gisela Jöbstl

1645 Maria Ladurner (soprano) & Barbara Sattler

Artist Portrait

Ann Murray

Ann Murray


Ann Murray was born in Dublin and studied with Frederick Cox at the Royal Manchester College of Music. She has established close links with both the English National Opera, for whom she has sung the title roles in Handel Xerxes and Ariodante and Donizetti Maria Stuarda, and with the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, where her roles have included Cherubino (Mozart Le nozze di Figaro), Dorabella (Mozart Cosi fan tutte), Donna Elvira (Mozart Don Giovanni), Rosina (Rossini Il barbiere di Siviglia), Octavian (Strauss Der Rosenkavalier), Child (Ra... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Richard Jackson

Richard Jackson

Richard Jackson was born and brought up in Cornwall. He won a Choral Scholarship to King's College, Cambridge, and sang in the choir there for three years, whilst reading for a Modern Languages degree. He subsequently studied opera at the Guildhall School of Music. He developed a number of specialisms as an opera singer, a song recitalist, and latterly a contemporary music specialist. He created a variety of new opera roles at London's Almeida Festival, as well as in Amsterdam, Warsaw, and Mexico. He was a founder-member of The Songm... Read Full Biography

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