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Young Artist Platform Auditions

19 May 2012, 2:00pm - 8:45pm

£5 one recital / £8 any two recitals / £20 day pass - on the door only.

With the generous support of Jesus College & the Kohn Foundation, trufflehunter and the Jean Meikle Music Trust, we once again hold auditions to find this year’s Oxford Lieder Young Artist from the new generation of outstanding young performers. We are delighted to welcome the renowned soprano Sophie Daneman as our adjudicator.

The winning duo will act as ambassadors for song, being awarded a series of recitals around the country. Each shortlisted duo performs a 40-minute programme. The standard last year was exceptional; exciting young professionals one and all.

Programme information:

3pm - Lucy Hall (soprano), Gavin Roberts (piano)


Shakespeare on his Travels:


Franz Schubert - Ständchen: Horch, horch, die Lerch' im Ätherblau!
Richard Strauss - 3 Ophelia Lieder, op 67
Franz Schubert - An Sylvia

Francis Poulenc - Tell me where is fancy bred
Ernest Chausson - Chanson d’amour
Arthur Honegger - 2 Chants d’Ariel
Claude Debussy - Romance d’Ariel

Benjamin Britten - Tell me where is fancy bred 
Josef Haydn - She never told her love
Eric Korngold - Desdemona’s Song
Arthur Sullivan - Orpheus with his Lute
Roger Quilter - When daffodils begin to peer
Edward Elgar - Shakespeare’s Kingdom
Cecelia McDowell - Give me my robe from ‘Four Shakespeare Songs’
Alison Bauld - Titania's Song
Peter Dickinson - Ständchen

  

4pm - Tristan Hambleton & Manon Ablett  

F. Schubert / J. Mayrhofer Op. 21

Auf der Donau
Der Schiffer
Wie Ulfru fischt

J. Brahms

Feldeinsamkeit (Almers) Op.86 No.2
Auf dem Kirchhofe (Liliencron) Op. 105 No. 4
Lerchengesang (Candidus) Op. 70 No. 2
Verzagen (Lemcke) Op. 72 No.4

H. Wolf / E. Mörike

An die Geliebte
Gebet
Er ist’s

Traditional Folksongs arr. Britten

Voici le printemps
La belle est au jardin d’amour

The Foggy, Foggy Dew
There’s none to soothe
The Plough Boy

5pm - Alison Rose and Matthew Fletcher

Gioachine Rossini

La Regata Veneziana

Claude Debussy

C'est L'extase
Chevaux de Bois    

Olivier Messiaen

Trois Mélodies  

Edvard Grieg

Sechs Lieder, Op.48 

7pm - Jorge Navarro-Colorado and Catherine Norton  

Gabriel Fauré

Cinq mélodies de Venise, op. 58 (Verlaine)

Franz Schubert                             

from Schwanengesang, D.957 (Rellstab)

Liebesbotschaft
Kriegers Ahnung
Ständchen
Abschied

Manuel de Falla
El paño moruno

Joaquín Rodrigo
Coplas del pastor enamorado

Joaquín Turina
¡Vade retro!

Fernando Obradors
El vito

  

 

8pm - Lucy Roberts and James Sherlock

Gabriel Fauré (1845 – 1924)                 

Mandoline
Clair de Lune

Reynaldo Hahn (1874 – 1947)

Offrande

Claude Debussy(1862 – 1918)

Clair de Lune

Hahn

Mandoline

Felix Mendelssohn  (1809 – 1847) from Sechs Gesänge Op. 86

Die Liebende schreibt (J. W. v. Goethe)
Allnäachtlich im Traume (Heinrich Heine)
Der Mond (Emanuel Geibel)

Hugo Wolf (1860 – 1903) from the Italienisches Liederbuch (trans. Paul Heyse)

Mein Liebster ist so klein
Du denkst mit einem Fädchen
Nun lass uns Frieden schliessen
Du sagst mir, dass ich keine Fürstin sei
Verschling’ der Abgrund

William Walton (1902 – 1983) Three Façade Settings (Edith Sitwell)

I. Daphne
II. Through Gilded Trellises
III. Old Sir Faulk   

9pm - Rozanna Madylus and Finnegan Downie Dear

Antonín Dvořák

from Písně milostné, Op.83 / B160

O, Nasi Lasce
Kol Domu Se Ted 'potacim
Ja Vim Ze V Sladké
O, Diuse Draha, Jedinka

Sergei Rachmaninov

Odinochestvo, Op.21, No.6
O, Ne Grusti, Op.14, No.8

Gustav Mahler

from Rückert Lieder

Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft
Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder
Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen

Frank Bridge

Dweller in my Deathless Dreams
Come to me in my Dreams

Francis Poulenc

Metamorphoses

Reine des Mouettes
C’est ainsi que tu es
Paganini

N.b. The auditions will take place on Saturday 19th May in the Queen's College Auditorum, NOT on 26th May as previously advertised.

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