Sarah’s second solo album came out in May and has been garnering great reviews. She sang in Black Box Recorder, before going solo, and recently supported KT Tunstall in concert – the first performers to appear in concert at the newly-built RSC theatre in Stratford on Avon. Download her album from iTunes here http://bit.ly/mbtxWU and […]
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Rebecca Bottone will play the Vixen in Ryedale Festival Opera’s production, in which I play the Fox and the Dog, with Sam Evans as the Forester. Other cast members include Michael Burke, Tom Herford, Eleanor Greenwood and Helen Bailey. Joe Austin directs, Simon Kenny designs and Iain Farrington conducts. Performance dates are 15 and 17 […]
I’m delighted to be involved in this project, curated by Cheryl Frances-Hoad. Six new song cycles have been written by poets and composers from the Universities of Leeds and York and will be performed by a group of singers, actors and pianists, including me, Natalie Raybould, Andrew Mackenzie-Wicks and Ian Shaw. As in waking dream […]
I’ll be in Belfast this September to record the role of Miss Tina in Michael Hurd’s opera “The Aspern Papers” based on the novel by Henry James. George Vass will conduct and the cast also includes Louise Winter and Pippa Goss.
I’m delighted that I’ll be reunited with my friend Joe Austin, to sing the Fox and the Dog in Janacek’s glorious opera, The Cunning Little Vixen, for the Ryedale Festival. Joe directed me in Hary Janos for the Festival a couple of years ago and working with him again will be wonderful. See the performance […]
Somehow Lindy has found time in her crazy schedule to play a short fund-raising recital with me on the evening of Sunday 20 March as one of the “Knitting Concerts” held in All Saints’ Church, Putney Common. This is a series held each year at All Saints’, at which the audience is encouraged to relax […]
There’s almost no wildlife of any sort, except crows and cicadas. An occasional cat in the street, some tiny dogs being walked by single men at 6am, the odd sparrow – but i haven’t seen a rat, a lizard or any of the other things one might expect. Spotted an egret in the park, and some monster […]
Things i really don’t love about it: the noise, oh my god, there are speakers on street corners (every corner of the big zebra crossings) blaring i don’t know what public information or radio station or something; the high pitched street vendors’ calls which go up at the end in a squeaky question and are […]
Tokyo is a seriously bananas city. Things i love about it: it’s so efficient it’s like a machine; trains on time, amazing levels of information, signs in English,although few people speak it. It’s so clean and tidy – no garbage, no graffiti, clean streets, cleaner trains, no dog poo. This is a seriously obedient society, […]
[Madrigali dell’Estate] is a daring and striking disc, wonderfully enterprising in its repertoire and superb in execution