Season Concerts Jan – Mar 2018
26 Jan: Christiane Karg & Joseph Middleton
13 Feb & 3 Mar: Ashley Riches & Joseph Middleton
17 Mar: CELEBRITY RECITAL – Toby Spence & Joseph Middleton
‘…a compact triumph of outstanding art song’.
The Sunday Times
Filling the City with Song
Leeds Lieder ‘has fully realised its potential and become an event of international stature’. Opera Now
Leeds Lieder celebrates the performance and composition of song and of poetry
in many languages.
Between our annual festivals we hold a lively programme of concerts, talks and educational activities in co-promotions with the Howard Assembly Room at Opera North, Leeds College of Music, the University of Leeds and Leeds International Concert Series. Filling the city with song.
News and Reviews
The highly acclaimed Leeds Lieder ‘Mahler Song Series’ (given in collaboration with the University of Leeds International Concert Series and recorded by the BBC last season) is to be broadcast again this week. The three recitals will be spread over four...read more
Details of the first programme in the Leeds and Sheffield University Leeds Lieder Schubert series were announced today. 14 October 2017 (Leeds)and 15th October (Sheffield) Nika Gorič (soprano), James Newby (baritone) Joseph Middleton (piano) A Soprano and Baritone...read more
Details and tickets for the Leeds University Schubert series and Celebrity Recital are now available. Continuing our partnership with Leeds University International Concert Series, we turn to the great Franz Schubert for inspiration. Our three-part Schubert survey...read more
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We’re getting very excited to welcome the wonderful Toby Spence to Leeds on 17 March for our Celebrity Recital! Fresh from performances with ... Leeds Lieder
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