Monday, 24 September 2012

Diary

Well its been a busy weekend. On Thursday we were at Cadogan Hall for Eugene Onegin performed by the Grange Park Opera Rising Stars, then on Friday to the august Marble Hall at Hatfield House for a concert as part of the inaugural Hatfield Chamber Music Concert. Saturday saw us driving over to Cardiff where I was reviewing WNO's revival of Handel's Jephtha (the review will appear on the OperaToday.com website in due course), then on Sunday back to Hatfield for an appearance by the Sixteen at the final concert of the festival.

Tonight sees me at Rosenblatt Recitals opening of their new season at their new home; Lawrence Brownlee and Iain Burnside are giving a recital at Wigmore Hall. (You'll also be able to catch it on Sky Arts). Tomorrow we are at the South Bank Centre for the New London Orchestra's performance of Delius's A Village Romeo and Juliet (seemingly the opera's only London outing during the Delius celebrations).

Saturday we will rather belatedly be catching up with ENO's new production of Julietta, and on Sunday its over to West Malling for the festival there.

I'm also rehearsing myself this week, with FifteenB, for our concert on October 13 at the Herne Hill Music Festival.

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