Category Archives: Events and Performances

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE – The Crucifixion – St Mary Magdalene, Richmond

18th April, 2014 – 19.00 St Mary Magdalene, RIchmond Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey This Good Friday I’ll be serving as tenor soloist with the St Mary’s choir in John Stainer’s The Crucifixion.  Come hear!  It’s free, and you’ll get to

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE – The Crucifixion – St Mary Magdalene, Richmond

18th April, 2014 – 19.00 St Mary Magdalene, RIchmond Paradise Road, Richmond, Surrey This Good Friday I’ll be serving as tenor soloist with the St Mary’s choir in John Stainer’s The Crucifixion.  Come hear!  It’s free, and you’ll get to

SHOW – The Riot Ensemble – The Flatulence of the Gods

5th February 2014 The Forge 3-7 Delancey St London NW1 7NL The Riot Ensemble kicks off a new series of contemporary music at The Forge in Camden.  The first half of this concert, starting at 7.30pm on 5th February, features CHROMA – while the Riot Ensemble

SHOW – The Riot Ensemble – The Flatulence of the Gods

5th February 2014 The Forge 3-7 Delancey St London NW1 7NL The Riot Ensemble kicks off a new series of contemporary music at The Forge in Camden.  The first half of this concert, starting at 7.30pm on 5th February, features CHROMA – while the Riot Ensemble

Angel in the Forest

A Very special event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day Tickets from 020 8457 8795 or email viv@alyth.org.uk Music – Julian Marshall Text – Gertud Kolmar (translated by Philip Kuhn & Ruth von Zimmerman) Plus additional works by Sophie Harris Tenor

Angel in the Forest

A Very special event to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day Tickets from 020 8457 8795 or email viv@alyth.org.uk Music – Julian Marshall Text – Gertud Kolmar (translated by Philip Kuhn & Ruth von Zimmerman) Plus additional works by Sophie Harris Tenor

REVIEW – The Rape of Lucretia – The Stranger

Vespertine…is making opera unfamiliar again in all the best ways—i.e., surprising. The Stranger – Rape as Metaphor by Rebecca Brown

REVIEW – The Rape of Lucretia – The Stranger

Vespertine…is making opera unfamiliar again in all the best ways—i.e., surprising. The Stranger – Rape as Metaphor by Rebecca Brown

REVIEW – The Rape of Lucretia – Seattle Times

“You hear the drunkenness, the hurrying horse, the spinning, the horror and doom in Britten’s superb score, well-played under conductor Jeremiah Cawley” Seattle Times – Vespertine Company is Small but Mighty in ‘Lucretia’ by Phiippa Kiraly

REVIEW – The Rape of Lucretia – Seattle Times

“You hear the drunkenness, the hurrying horse, the spinning, the horror and doom in Britten’s superb score, well-played under conductor Jeremiah Cawley” Seattle Times – Vespertine Company is Small but Mighty in ‘Lucretia’ by Phiippa Kiraly

The Rape of Lucretia

THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA AT ST. MARK’S CATHEDRAL VESPERTINE OPERA THEATER WILL PRESENT BENJAMIN BRITTEN’S DEVASTATING CHAMBER OPERA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 2014 8:00PM SATURDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 2014 8:00PM TICKETS ON SALE NOW! SCROLL DOWN TO PURCHASE, OR CLICK HERE. TICKETS WILL BE

The Rape of Lucretia

THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA AT ST. MARK’S CATHEDRAL VESPERTINE OPERA THEATER WILL PRESENT BENJAMIN BRITTEN’S DEVASTATING CHAMBER OPERA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10TH, 2014 8:00PM SATURDAY, JANUARY 11TH, 2014 8:00PM TICKETS ON SALE NOW! SCROLL DOWN TO PURCHASE, OR CLICK HERE. TICKETS WILL BE

SHOW – South London Chamber Concerts

* * * This September I will be conducting Richard Strauss’s Sonatina No. 2 in E-Flat, also known as the Symphony for Winds, also known as the “Happy Workshop,” in the South London Chamber Concerts.  The piece is remarkably optimistic–perhaps

SHOW – South London Chamber Concerts

* * * This September I will be conducting Richard Strauss’s Sonatina No. 2 in E-Flat, also known as the Symphony for Winds, also known as the “Happy Workshop,” in the South London Chamber Concerts.  The piece is remarkably optimistic–perhaps

PREVIEW – Litany – The Stranger

Fog and Screaming by Jen Graves The only sound is a monklike chanting that plays over everything; paired with [Erin Elyse Burns’s] silent scream, it’s calming and disquieting at the same time.

PREVIEW – Litany – The Stranger

Fog and Screaming by Jen Graves The only sound is a monklike chanting that plays over everything; paired with [Erin Elyse Burns’s] silent scream, it’s calming and disquieting at the same time.

SHOW – Litany for the Whale – April 3rd and 5th, 2013

Litany Trailer from Erin Elyse Burns on Vimeo. “Litany is an immersive multi video projection installation by video artist Erin Elyse Burns that explores mental imagery inspired by composer John Cage’s 1980 vocal work entitled “Litany for the Whale.” The Cage

SHOW – Litany for the Whale – April 3rd and 5th, 2013

Litany Trailer from Erin Elyse Burns on Vimeo. “Litany is an immersive multi video projection installation by video artist Erin Elyse Burns that explores mental imagery inspired by composer John Cage’s 1980 vocal work entitled “Litany for the Whale.” The Cage

Saturday 8th December 7:30 p.m. – A Christmas Celebration with the Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society

* * * This Christmas season I will be singing with a couple of choral groups in West London.  The first of these concerts will be a program of Benjamin Britten’s “A Ceremony of Carols”, Heinrich Schütz’s “Christmas Story”, and

Saturday 8th December 7:30 p.m. – A Christmas Celebration with the Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society

* * * This Christmas season I will be singing with a couple of choral groups in West London.  The first of these concerts will be a program of Benjamin Britten’s “A Ceremony of Carols”, Heinrich Schütz’s “Christmas Story”, and