Brindley Sherratt & Julius Drake: Schubert, Brahms and English Song

20 March 2022, 7:30pm - 8:45pm

Brindley Sherratt is one of the world’s leading basses, appearing on major opera and concert stages around the globe. He and equally renowned pianist Julius Drake bring Spring Song 2022 to a close with glorious bass songs by Schubert and Brahms, and a selection of songs by English composers including Finzi, Gurney and Howells. The programme begins with the last of our Emerging Artist slots, once again highlighting the rich and important history of women composers in the song repertoire.

Emerging Artists

Our commitment to presenting outstanding emerging artists continues, with each evening recital beginning with a 15-minute showcase for an exceptional duo. Our Spring Song Emerging Artists are presented in association with SWAP’ra and highlight the exceptionally rich repertoire of songs by women composers. Tonight we hear soprano Katherine McIndoe with pianist JongSun Woo, including songs by Johanna Müller-Hermann and Elaine Hugh-Jones. 

Please note this a 75 minute concert, with no interval.

Festival Suppers

Click here to join us for the last of our Spring Song suppers, hosted by cosy local restaurant, The Nosebag.


It’s wonderful to be fully back in person, but we still want to ensure that audience, artists and our team feel safe. Please click here to view our latest COVID-19 policies. We will continuously review our safety measures as the situation progresses and government guidance changes. Do please check this page before your visit for the most up-to-date information.

  • Johanna Müller-Hermann (1878 - 1941)
  • Nähe des Geliebten (1914) Op. 11 no.1 from Zwei Gedichte von Goethe
  • Johanna Müller-Hermann (1878 - 1941)
  • An die Entfernte (1914) Op. 11 no.2 from Zwei Gedichte von Goethe
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