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Jacquelyn Stucker soprano

Folklore and Fairytales

Sunday 17 Feb 2019, Sidney Sussex College Chapel, 8.30pm

Baritone Dominic Sedgwick and soprano Jacquelyn Stucker are two Jette Parker Young Artists at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Together with pianist Ceri Owen they bring the Cambridge Song Festival to a close with a performance of the second book of Hugo Wolf’s exquisite Italian Songbook. A collection of vivid and colourful miniatures capturing the intensities of human life, love, and experience, the rest of the programme takes inspiration from Wolf's settings of Italian folk texts, exploring themes of folklore and tradition in songs by Barber, Berg, Butterworth, and Debussy.

Claude Debussy
La mer est plus belle

Samuel Barber

Alban Berg
Die Nachtigall

George Butterworth
O fair enough are sky and plain
When the lad for longing sighs
On the idle hill of summer


Hugo Wolf
Italienisches Liederbuch (Book II)

Tickets: £10, £5 students and under 35s (available on the door)


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Folklore and fairytales artists
17 Feb 2019
Sidney Sussex College Chapel, 8.30pm

Folklore and Fairytales

Two Jette Parker Young Artists at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden perform songs from Hugo Wolf’s Italian Songbook.


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