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Bristol Song

Recital Series

Back in 2019 with concerts, recitals, competitions and masterclasses

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Recitals in our March Lunchtime Series

6th March 
Alexander Learmonth

Vaughan Williams' Songs of Travel, plus more Vaughan Williams songs. More soon...

13th March 
Bernadette Johns

With accompanist Hamish Brown. Local singer Bernadette brings French mélodies and songs by Gurney and Finzi to the series

Bernadette's biographyHamish's biography | Programme

20th March 
Robert Marson

Songs and arias for bass, including Beethoven's An Die Ferne Geliebte and songs by Wagner and others. 
Biography | Programme

27th March 
Charlotte Newstead

Accompanied by Stefan Hofkes. Includes Schumann's highly romantic Frauenliebe und Leben along with a selection of songs by Schubert
Biography | Programme

Song of the Day

Enjoy tasters of what is to come in our lunchtime recitals with specially selected videos and soundtracks from sites around the web.
Donald McIntyre and Gwyneth Jones under Pierre Boulez in a Bayreuther Festspiele recording of Wotan's Farewell, which is part of next week's recital, given by Robert Marson and John Lambert


Song Recitals in Bristol

Our listing of song recitals coming up in the Bristol area. 

27 Mar 2019 Lunchtime Recital with Charlotte Newstead

With Stefan Hofkes (piano). Includes Schumann's cycle Frauenliebe und Leben and a selection of songs by Schubert. In St Stephen's, in Bristol city centre. 1.10pm start, free entry

20 Apr 2019 Couperin Leçons de Ténèbres

Couperin's intense and beautiful settings of the words for the Tenebrae Holy Week services, sung (on Holy Saturday) by Charoltte Newstead and Louisa Hunter-Bradley, with John Marsh (Organ). Lord Mayor's Chapel. 1.15pm. Free entry


Help the Song Recital Series

The Bristol Song Recital lunchtime Series is a free-to-enter series of concerts. At the end of each lunchtime concert, we collect money to pay for the use of the church, for the advertising and other running expenses. Any money which remains is given to the performers - as performers ourselves, we know how important this is, and it allows us to attract the best singers.

If you would like to donate money we'd love to hear from you at martin@bristolsongrecitals.org.uk or using the contact form at the bottom of the page. 

But in order to expand, like everybody else, we need extra money! But we also need extra help in the form of ambassadors, stewards and administrators. If you feel you can help with any of these roles, please let us know. You can email martin@bristolsongrecitals.org.uk

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