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A German Requiem

28 October 2017, 16:30


Concert

Early Evening Sacred music


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Saint John the Evangelist

Iffley Road,
Oxford,
OX4 1EH



Brahms’s own arrangement of Ein deutsches Requiem, for piano four-hands accompaniment, is performed by one of Oxford’s leading chamber choirs as All Souls’ Day approaches, a recent and extremely popular tradition- in-the-making at the Festival.


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Schola Cantorum of Oxford

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Suzanne Fischer

Suzanne Fischer

Soprano

Soprano Suzanne Fischer won the Förderpreis for most promising young-artist at Das Lied: International Song Competition 2015, the Pavarotti Prize at the 65th Viotti Competition, Italy, won 4th place at the International ARD Competition in Munich and won Oxford Lieder’s Young Artist Platform in 2016. In Summer 2016 she will return to Glyndebourne Opera, singing the solo of Elsie Suddaby in Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Serenade to Music conducted by Vladimir Jurowski with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Later in 2016 Suzanne wil... Read Full Biography
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Nicholas Mogg

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Michael Pandya

Michael Pandya

Pianist

Michael Pandya is a postgraduate student at the Royal Academy of Music, studying Piano Accompaniment under the tuition of Michael Dussek, James Baillieu and Ian Brown. He is generously supported by the Leverhulme Trust, Help Musicians UK and The Countess of Munster Musical Trust. At the Academy he performs regularly with both singers and instrumentalists, and has participated in public masterclasses with singers Sir Thomas Allen, Brindley Sherratt, Susan Bullock and Dennis O’Neill, and violinist Levon Chilingrian. This year he won the ... Read Full Biography
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Keval Shah

Keval Shah

Pianist

Keval Shah performs extensively as a song accompanist and chamber musician. He was a Bateman Scholar and Pembroke Lieder Scholar at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he won all the major Music prizes, and graduated with double first-class honours in 2015. He now studies at the Royal Academy of Music, where his teachers are Michael Dussek, Audrey Hyland, and Malcolm Martineau. Keval’s recital schedule has taken him across the UK and Europe, including to the Oxford and Leeds Lieder Festivals, and the Danish National Centre of the Perfo... Read Full Biography

Tickets

Call: 01865 591 276

Tickets
Front Stalls £15.00
Middle Stalls £10.00
Rear Stalls £5.00

This event is part of a series:

The Last of the Romantics - Mahler and fin-de-si├Ęcle Vienna

General booking opens 1st June 2017. Friends advance booking period commences 15th May 2017. For more information about joining the Friends of Oxford Lieder please click here.    Please click here to view the full Festival brochure.    Vienna at the turn of the twentieth century was a vibrant melting pot for music and the arts. Whirling waltzes sat...