Wednesday 17 July 2013


This Friday, 19 July 2013, at the Wigmore Hall,  Kerry Andrew's new community chamber opera Woodwose premieres. Inspired by Britten's folksong settings and using tales collected from Westminster's own diverse community, Andrew's new piece is based around the Woodwose, the wild man of the woods. The work was commissioned by Wigmore Hall Learning and will be performed by a community cast of over 150 from across Westminster alongside tenor Andrew Kennedy, directed by Hazel Gould, designed by Ruth Paton, with musical direction by Isabelle Adams. We are promised that the Wigmore Hall will be miraculously transformed into a stunning forest setting.

There is a schools performance at 2pm with a public performance at 6.30pm. Further information from the Wigmore Hall website.

1 comment:

  1. A Woodwose review which is well worth reading:


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