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Song at Wolfson: Rozanna Madylus sings Alma and Gustav Mahler, Lili Boulanger and Rebecca Clarke

28 February 2019, 18:00


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Wolfson College

Linton Rd, Oxford OX2 6UD, UK

Rozanna Madylus was a winner of the Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform in 2012. Since then, we’ve been delighted to watch her burgeoning career in song and opera, are delighted to welcome her back for this recital. She sings Mahler’s peerless settings of Friedrich Rückert, alongside songs by his wife Alma Mahler. Also included in the programme are songs by Lili Boulanger, the extraordinary talent and first female winner of the Prix de Rome composition prize who died at the age of just 24, and the pioneering English composer and violist Rebecca Clarke.

Artist Portrait

Rozanna Madylus

Rozanna Madylus


Born in Leicestershire, England, of Ukrainian descent, Rozanna began her vocal studies in 2008 with the operatic bass-baritone, Pavlo Hunka. After completing her undergraduate degree in English Literature and Philosophy at the University of East Anglia in 2007, Rozanna decided to dedicate herself to classical singing, and particularly to the world of opera. She won a place to continue her vocal studies on the postgraduate course at The Royal Academy of Music with Anne Howells and Jonathan Papp in September 2011, where she was recipient of T... Read Full Biography
Artist Portrait

Sholto Kynoch

Sholto Kynoch


Sholto Kynoch is a sought-after pianist who specialises in chamber music and song accompaniment. In addition to a busy performance schedule and a fast-growing discography, he is the founder and director of the Oxford Lieder Festival, the UK’s most renowned song festival, which recently won a prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Award. In recent years he has appeared at London’s Wigmore Hall, the Palau de la Música in Barcelona, the Berliner Konzerthaus, the Victoria Concert Hall in Singapore, the Opéra de Lille... Read Full Biography


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