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Louise Dearman: heart, soul and goosebumps

When singer and actress Louise Dearman steps onto the famous stage at Cadogan Hall on Thursday 19 May, she may just have one or two goosebumps as she prepares to celebrate some of the musical world's greatest stars.

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Cadogan Hall
Tuesday 26 April, 7.30pm

Weill  The Threepenny Opera: Suite
Ravel Piano Concerto in G major
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Debussy Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune
Ravel Le tombeau de Couperin

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - From Paris to New York

This exciting spring concert opens with Weill’s Suite from The Threepenny Opera, which is filled with the jazz-infused zeal of the 1920s. The jazz influence extends to both sides of the Atlantic in Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, performed by exceptional pianist Peter Jablonski.

Led by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Principal Associate Conductor, Alexander Shelley, the Orchestra will explore Debussy’s unique musical language in his Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune before closing with Ravel’s delicate and subtle Le tombeau de Couperin, which is poignantly tinged with the sadness of World War I.

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Stravinsky: Myths & Rituals The Taming of the Shrew

Caroline Byrne’s The Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare’s Globe announces casting for Caroline Byrne’s The Taming of the Shrew. Featuring an all Irish company, the production marks the centenary of the Easter Rising by revisiting 1916 Ireland and remembering the role of women in the fight for independence.

Stravinsky: Myths & Rituals

The Philharmonia Orchestra and Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor Esa-Pekka Salonen have published a major online resource on Igor Stravinsky, centred on the repertoire to be performed in Stravinsky: Myths & Rituals at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall (May – September 2016). In this interactive documentary website, Stravinsky’s life unfurls in an interactive timeline full of new films, animated maps, archive photography, world events and anecdotes.

A Song Goes RoundThe World

A Song Goes Round
The World

An odyssey through 20th Century European chansons. From the Russian Cabaret artist Alexander Vertinsky to Edith Piaff via the music of the Comedian Harmonists in the early 1930’s, Daniel Donskoy will perform German,Yiddish, French and Russian chansons accompanied by Inga Davis-Rutter and her trio.

Louise Dearman

New releases from Champs Hill Records

The Music Room at Champs Hill, and Champs Hill Records are run as not-for-profit concerns. David Bowerman says "It's not about making money, it's about giving people the chance to hear some of the finest  musicians in the world, and about providing a platform for some of the marvellous young performers who are on their way up. With Champs Hill Records we're also keen to present relatively little-known music that is unlikely to stand a chance with the big labels."

Champs Hill

Epic scale

Music to inspire the intrepid
with the
London Symphony Orchestra

Sunday May 8
Breaking Ground
Big bold music from Bruckner

Thursday 19 May
Hammer blows of fate
The colossal force of Mahler’s ‘tragic’ symphony