A return visit by pianist Fiachra Garvey joined by soprano Lauren Fagan
A summer concert of Songs and Arias will be held at St Nicholas
Church, Church Street, W4 on Thursday, 22 August.
This is the third visit for the pianist Fiachra Garvey, following his sell out concert
last year, and the second time he is joined by the soprano Lauren Fagan.
7 for a 7.30 pm start. Tickets are £15 which includes a glass of wine and canapes.
Fiachra is the Founder and Artistic Director of the West Wicklow Festival,
Ireland, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Dublin International
He has won prizes in London, Italy, Dublin, Prague and Paris and made
his Fazioli Auditorium and Wigmore Hall debuts in 2013. He has also performed
in Japan, China, Germany and Switzerland and in London.
Australian soprano and rising international star Lauren Fagan is one of
20 finalists in this year’s BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition.
She was nominated
best ‘Young Singer’ of the year in 2018’s International Opera Awards,
and her role debut as Violetta for the UK’s Opera Holland Park last year
saw her described by The Guardian as “one of today’s finest young sopranos”
and “exceptional throughout.” In 2020 she will return to Opera Holland
Park as Tatyana (Eugene Onegin)
is a previous member of the Royal Opera House’s renowned Jette Parker
Young Artists Programme, and a graduate of London’s Guildhall School of
Music and Drama.
is: Schubert: Ganymed, D. 544
Clara Schumann: Three Lieder, Op. 12
Grieg: “Zur Rosenzeit” and “Ein Traum”
from Six Songs, Op. 48
Strauss: Three Songs - “Meinem Kinde”, “Das Rosenband”, “Cacilie”
Puccini: “Senza Mamma” from Suor Angelica
Lilly Vadaneaux: The Cloths of Heaven
Rachmaninoff: “To Her”, “The Rat Catcher”, “The Dream”,
from Six Romances, Op. 38
Poulenc: Deux Poems de Louis Aragon
Dvorak: Song top the Moon
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August 15, 2019