Saturday 28 September 2013

Win tickets for Roderick Williams recital at Temple Music

To celebrate Temple Music's new season of recitals at Temple Church and in Middle Temple Hall, we have two tickets to be won for Roderick Williams' recital with Julius Drake (piano) on 14 November. Roderick Williams and Julius Drake will be performing Brahms's song cycle Die schone Magelone. Described as one of the most quintessential products of early romanticism in music, the song cycle sets texts from the novel The Wondrous Love Story of the Beautiful Magelone and Count Peter of Provence by Ludwig Tieck (1773-1853), a favourite novel of Brahms's youth.

Temple Music's 2013/14 season opened on 23 September with a recital by Annette Dasch and Julius Drake, and continues with performances by Endymion, the Sacconi String Quartet, the Wallfisch-York Duo and the Sixteen, plus a screening of the silent film Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde. For dates and times, and further information, see the Temple Music website.

The competition is now closed.

To win tickets for Roderick Williams and Julius Drake's recital at Temple Church on 14 November, simply answer the following question:-

Temple Music was founded in 2002 to raise money for the premiere of which work?

The Competition is Closed

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Competition closes at midnight on 26 October 2013, winner will be chosen randomly from those answering correctly and informed by email the following day. 

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