Anna Huntley and James Baillieu

Young Classical Artists Trust

The mezzo-soprano Anna Huntley and pianist James Baillieu return to The Lantern for the 2014-15 season after a dazzling recital last year. Anna is currently being mentored by Angelika Kirchschlager, and Graham Johnson has worked with her, and invited her to replace Sarah Connolly at Wigmore Hall.  This spring she covers the role of Dorabella (Cosi fan tutte) at English National Opera. James Baillieu is moving on successfully to Askonas Holt this year.

Anna Huntley Mezzo-Soprano
James Baillieu Piano

Programme to include songs by Schumann and Brahms

La Regata Veneziana
i. Anzoleta Avanti La Regata
ii. Anzoleta Co’ Passa La Regata
iii. Anzoleta Dopo La Regata

Maria Stuarda Lieder
i. Abschied von Frankreich
ii. Nach der Geburt ihres Sohnes
iii. An die Königin Elisabeth
iv. Abschied von der Welt
v. Gebet

Joaquin Nin El vito
Ernani Costa Braga São João-da-ra-rão
Guastavino La rosa y el sauce
Ernani Costa Braga Nighe-Nighe-Ninhas
Ernani Costa Braga Capim di pranta

K. Weil The Saga of Jenny
Flanders & Swann The Warthog
N. Coward If love were all

YCAT lunchtime concerts

Following on from a superb inaugural series of lunchtime concerts last year,  YCAT (the Young Classical Artists Trust) return to The Lantern with a set of performances from some of this country’s most exceptional young musicians. Be among the first to see these maestros in the making.

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Supported by

  • The Foyle Foundation is an independent grantmaking trust that distributes grants to UK charities.

  • Young Classical Artists Trust

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