Aurora Orchestra, Ida Falk Winland & Njabulo Madlala
21 October 2011, 7:00pm - 8:40pm
7pm: Pre-concert talk given by Martin Ennis (free)
Oxford Lieder makes its first foray into orchestral lieder with the Aurora Orchestra, recent winner in the Ensemble category at this year’s RPS Awards and one of the country’s most exciting chamber orchestras.
They perform the chamber version of two of Mahler’s great works with Njabulo Madlala, winner of the 2010 Kathleen Ferrier Awards, and Ida Falk Winland, one of Sweden’s brightest young stars. In between they perform a work commissioned by the orchestra from Swedish composer Tobias Broström.
Please note that Band B tickets (£15 / £12) will be seats with limited sightlines.
The Swedish Weekend would not be possible without the very generous support of: Musik I Syd, the Embassy of Sweden, Gehrmans Musikförlag and Nota Bene Productions.
Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
Symphony No. 4
This is the first concert in our Swedish weekend, a celebration of Swedish music and musicians. The weekend is generously supported by:
Nota Bene Productions
Musik i Syd, Sweden
Gehrmans Music Publishers, Sweden
Njabulo Madlala is generously supported by:
The Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship Fund.
14 October 2011 | 9:00am