Autumn 2020 concert reviews

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Review | Diary of one who Disappeared

Nicky Spence tenor Joseph Middleton piano This recital was both the final concert in the Leeds Lieder 2019-20 season, and a taster for the forthcoming 2020 Festival, which takes place over four days from Thursday April 16th-Sunday April 19th. This will be the...

Leeds Lieder Festival in the News

Review: The Sunday Times Leeds Lieder is lucky to have this soprano at the peak of her powers The Sunday Times, May 5 2019 by Hugh Canning Just before the summer festival onslaught begins in earnest in two weeks with Glyndebourne’s La Damnation de Faust, two smaller,...
Review- The Soldier: from Severn to Somme

Review- The Soldier: from Severn to Somme

Howard Assembly Room- 22nd November 2018 Christopher Maltman baritone Joseph Middleton piano 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...
Review- The Soldier: from Severn to Somme

Review- The Soldier: from Severn to Somme

Howard Assembly Room- 22nd November 2018 Christopher Maltman baritone Joseph Middleton piano THIS thought provoking programme of 20 songs from the 19th and 20th centuries traced the mythical soldier’s journey from boyhood awakening in idyllic Edwardian rural England...