Schubert and Beethoven, the birth of the Lied Cycle and…
Lunchtime Recital – Natalya Romaniw, Iain Burnside
18 Jun 2021 - 18 Jul 2021
Natalya Romaniw – soprano
Iain Burnside – piano
Strauss – Allerseelen, Ruhe meine Seele, Ständchen, Morgen, Cäcilie
Rimsky-Korsakov – Softly the spirit flew through the realms, The Nymph
Grieg – from Sechs Lieder op 48, I, II, V & IV
Rachmaninov – Arion, O do not sing to me again, The Answer, Spring Waters
Welsh soprano Natalya Romaniw is one of Europe’s most promising young stars. Recent winner of the 2016 Critic’s Choice Award for Music, for her “big toned, generous, gut-wrenching performances” (The Sunday Times), and her “glowing voice capable of astonishing power” (FT), she is often hailed by the British press as “the outstanding soprano of her generation” (Telegraph). Success of the 2020/21 season includes being awarded Young Artist of the Year at the Gramophone Awards and Singer of the Year at the Royal Philharmonic Society Awards. In her Leeds Lieder début she performs repertoire from her award-winning CD, alongside regular collaborator Iain Burnside.
This event is part of Leeds Lieder’s Festival 2021. If you are purchasing a livestream pass the link and password will be in the confirmation email you receive when you have completed your purchase.
During this period of social distancing and lockdown due to Coronavirus we advise that you check directly with the organiser of this event that it is going ahead as publicised.
Under 26s/students: Free
Livestream pass: £11
(prices include booking fees)
- Wheelchair access
There is full wheelchair access to Leeds Town Hall and wheelchair-accessible toilet facilities on all floors. A number of spaces in the seating area are reserved for wheelchair users.
- Wheelchair access
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