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Russian Romances: Katherine Broderick & Sergey Rybin

27 October 2017, 13:10


Lunchtime Recital

Lunchtime


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Holywell Music Room

Holywell St
Oxford
OX1 3BN



Katherine Broderick and Sergey Rybin give a programme of passionate Russian song, including works by Mussorgsky, Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakov and others, as part of our day exploring the Russian Revolution of 1917.

This event is part of a day exploring Russian song in the centenary of the Russian Revolution. The schedule for the day is as follows:

11.30am - 12.15pm - Revolution In Russia: Russian Music in the Twilight of the Russian Empire (Rebecca Mitchell, speaker)

1.10pm - Russian Romances Lunchtime recital (Katherine Broderick & Sergey Rybin)

2.45pm - 3.30pm - Revolution In Russia: Russian Music in the Age of Revolution (Pauline Fairclough, speaker)

4pm - 4.45pm - Revolution In Russia: Russian Song in the Age of Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov (Philip Ross Bullock, speaker)

5.30pm - 6.20pm - Rush-Hour Recital: 1917: The Last Flowering (Alexander Karpeyev)

7.30pm - 9.30pm - Evening Recital: Tchaikovsky (Andrei Bondarenko & Gary Matthewman)

10pm-11pm - Late-Night: Rachmaninov (Ilona Domnich & Sholto Kynoch)


Artist Portrait

Katherine Broderick

Katherine Broderick

Soprano

Katherine Broderick was winner of the 2007 Kathleen Ferrier Award. She trained with Susan McCulloch at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (where she won the Gold Medal), the National Opera Studio and spent a year at the Mendelssohn Hochschule in Leipzig. For the 2017/18 season, she continues her successful involvement as part of the Ensemble of Badische Staatstheater, Karlsruhe. Her operas will include Adrienna LeCouvrer (title role), La Clemenza di Tito (Vitellia) and Die Walkeure (Sieglinde). Other engagements this season and be... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Sergey Rybin

Sergey Rybin

Pianist

Sergey Rybin was born in the city of Tomsk in Siberia (Russia). He began playing the piano aged seven, studying at the specialised music school for gifted children, attached to the Conservatory of Novosibirsk. Subsequently, he studied at the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, where having gained a Ph.D., he became Professor of Piano and taught for four years. Since completing his studies the Royal Academy of Music in London under tutelage of Malcolm Martineau, Sergey has worked extensively for City of Birmingham Opera, English T... Read Full Biography

Tickets

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Tickets
General Admission £12.00
General Admission
Under 35s Ticket
£5.00

This event is part of a series:

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