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Lucy Crowe Makes New York Recital Debut at Weill Recital Hall TonightLucy Crowe Makes New York Recital Debut at Weill Recital Hall Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2014

Carnegie Hall presents lyric soprano Lucy Crowe in her New York recital debut tonight, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Recital Hall. Joined by pianist Anna Tilbrook, Ms. Crowe performs a wide variety of repertoire, with song cycles to include Alban Berg's Sieben fruhe Lieder and William Walton's A Song for the Lord Mayor's Table-six pieces celebrating the sights and sounds of London. Additional program highlights include a performance of Sibelius's vocally demanding tone poem, Luonnotar, Op. 70, inspired by the Kalevala, a 19th-century Finnish epic poem, and well-known lieder by Schubert. The British-born singer will also perform traditional selections from Folk Songs from the British Isles, including 'Sally Gardens,' and 'The Ash Grove,' arranged by Benjamin Britten, as well as songs by English composers Michael Head, Ivor Gurney, Thomas Dunhill, and Frank Bridge. (more...)

Lucy Crowe to Make New York Recital Debut at Weill Recital Hall, 4/9Lucy Crowe to Make New York Recital Debut at Weill Recital Hall, 4/9
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2014

Carnegie Hall presents lyric soprano Lucy Crowe in her New York recital debut on Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Recital Hall. Joined by pianist Anna Tilbrook, Ms. Crowe performs a wide variety of repertoire, with song cycles to include Alban Berg's Sieben fruhe Lieder and William Walton's A Song for the Lord Mayor's Table-six pieces celebrating the sights and sounds of London. Additional program highlights include a performance of Sibelius's vocally demanding tone poem, Luonnotar, Op. 70, inspired by the Kalevala, a 19th-century Finnish epic poem, and well-known lieder by Schubert. The British-born singer will also perform traditional selections from Folk Songs from the British Isles, including 'Sally Gardens,' and 'The Ash Grove,' arranged by Benjamin Britten, as well as songs by English composers Michael Head, Ivor Gurney, Thomas Dunhill, and Frank Bridge. (more...)

medici.tv Presents World Premiere of Philip Glass' PERFECT AMERICAN Tonightmedici.tv Presents World Premiere of Philip Glass' PERFECT AMERICAN Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2013

Tonight, February 6, medici.tv will present a live webcast of the historic world premiere production of The Perfect American, Philip Glass's new opera about Walt Disney. At 75, Glass is one of the towering figures of 20th-century music, and perhaps the most successful composer alive today. The world premiere of his new opera will take place at Madrid's Teatro Real, which commissioned the piece. (more...)

medici.tv to Present World Premiere of Philip Glass' PERFECT AMERICAN, 2/6medici.tv to Present World Premiere of Philip Glass' PERFECT AMERICAN, 2/6
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2013

On February 6, medici.tv will present a live webcast of the historic world premiere production of The Perfect American, Philip Glass's new opera about Walt Disney. At 75, Glass is one of the towering figures of 20th-century music, and perhaps the most successful composer alive today. The world premiere of his new opera will take place at Madrid's Teatro Real, which commissioned the piece. (more...)

Review Roundup: CAROUSEL at the Barbican TheatreReview Roundup: CAROUSEL at the Barbican Theatre
by Review Roundups - Aug 21, 2012

Rodgers & Hammerstein's musical Carousel comes to London in August 2012, for just 35 performances, prior to appearing at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris in 2013. Voted best musical of the 20th century by Time Magazine, Carousel features breathtaking dancing, and some of the most moving music ever written for the stage, including If I Loved You, June is bustin' out all over and You'll Never Walk Alone. (more...)

The ENO has a Ball with Kismet
by Robert Gould - Jul 14, 2007

Gary Griffin - fresh from the success of his recent Broadway production, 'The Color Purple' - has returned to London (where his Donmar Warehouse production of Sondheim's 'Pacific Overtures' won him a richly deserved Olivier Award in 2003) to present a revival of the 1950s musical, 'Kismet' at the London Coliseum for the ENO. The show, originally staged at the Ziegfield theatre in New York in 1953, has music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest, adapted from musical themes by Borodin. The original book by Charles Lederer and Luther Davis has been reworked by Kit Hesketh-Harvey and Griffin's colourful, energetic and beautifully paced production, magnificently complemented by the set design by Ultz and Wolfgang Gobbel's lighting design, breathes new life into a classic. (more...)

10 Musicals Open in London's West End in Summer 2007!10 Musicals Open in London's West End in Summer 2007!
by Jake Brunger - May 21, 2007

After a jam-packed Autumn season last year, with 8 musicals in 8 weeks, the West End goes one better and gives us 10 musicals to look forward to over the summer months. With Broadway imports, popular reality TV cast musicals, new musicals and short-run revivals, there's certainly something for everyone, so read on for the full lowdown.. (more...)

Faith Prince Joins Michael Ball, Etc. for 'Kismet' at ENO
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2007

Tony Award-winner Faith Prince (Guys & Dolls, Bells are Ringing, TV's 'Spin City' and 'House') will make her London stage debut as 'Lalume' in the new English National Opera (ENO) production of Kismet at the London Coliseum. (more...)

A '30s Mikado Runs at English National Opera, Feb. 3-March 3
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2006

A new production of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado, updated to the 1930s, will be seen at the English National Opera for 12 performances from February 3rd through March 3rd (more...)

 
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