Leeds Lieder Festival 2018
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Leeds Lieder ‘has fully realised its potential and become an event of international stature’. Opera Now
Manchester Vocal Weekend
23-24 February 2019
Leeds Lieder favourites Marcus Farnsworth, Ruby Hughes, and Amanda Roocroft, alongside Joseph Middleton, present solo and ensemble performances, vocal and choral workshops, as well as masterclasses at The Stoller Hall, Chetham’s School of Music.
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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
Wallis Giunta and Michael Sikich - A Friends Event at Bowcliffe Hall A delightful evening of song to be held in the elegant surroundings of Bowcliffe Hall, Bramham, Leeds on Tuesday 26 February 2019. The evening will begin at 7pm with a champagne and canapé...read more
Leeds Lieder are pleased to announce the programme for the 2019 Lieder Festival, which is taking place from Thursday the 25th to Sunday the 28th of April. We invite you to join us for another packed festival of talks, concerts, poetry, recitals, masterclasses, a...read more
One of the chief delights of the classical song recital is that the comparatively short form of the Lied (song) allows for imaginative, thematic programming, and the present concert is in this regard exemplary.read more
Support Leeds Lieder
The Friends of Leeds Lieder are the heart of the Festival. Without their financial support – membership subscriptions, donations and Gift Aid – we simply would not be able to fill the city with song.
Then head to Leeds College of Music's website to buy tickets:
https://www.lcm.ac.uk/whats-on/?Categories=Leeds+Lieder&Keyword= Leeds Lieder