Kathryn Rudge, Duncan Glenday & Garfield Jackson
Born in Liverpool in 1986, Kathryn completed her studies at the Royal Northern College of Music with Susan Roper on the International Artist Diploma scheme in 2011. On graduating she joined the ENO Young Artist programme. During her studies Kathryn’s operatic roles included a critically-acclaimed...
Duncan Glenday enjoys a busy and varied performing career as a recitalist, concerto soloist, chamber musician and teacher. Since completing his studies, he has performed extensively throughout the UK, appearing at venues such as St James’ Piccadilly, Imperial College London, the Sheldonian Theatre...
Garfield Jackson was born in London into a family of jazz trumpet players with a wide-ranging appreciation of music. He began violin studies at the age of seven with Beryl Morreau, a viola student of Lionel Tertis and a founder member of the McNaghten String Quartet. After only eighteen months he...
8.00pm Tuesday, 5 August 2014
A £2 2B £14 RV Allocated Seating
R Strauss Funf Lieder, Op.15 11'
Gurney Five Elizabethan Songs 13'
Browne To Gratiana Dancing and Singing 4'
Bridge Two Viola Songs : Where she lies asleep; Love went a-riding 5'
Dodgson Caprice after Puck, for solo viola 10'
Granados from Goyescas for solo piano, Op.11: No.4 The Maiden and the Nightingale 7'
Hughes Against that time... Against my love WORLD PREMIERE 9.5'
Quilter Seven Elizabethan Lyrics, Op.12 13'
"It doesn't take long to hear why people are excited. Her voice already has tremendous reserves of power, impeccable intonation, the capacity for a gloriously sustained legato and, most interesting of all, a distinctive vocal quality." The Times
A former winner of the RNCM Joyce & Michael Kennedy Strauss Prize, Kathryn Rudge brings us some early Strauss songs together with music by World War 1 composers Gurney, Bridge and Browne – a close friend of Rupert Brooke, he chose the poet's last resting place. Shakespearean settings are another strong feature, and powerful solo piano music from Granados, who drowned in the English Channel when his ship was torpedoed by a German U-boat in 1916.