City Music Foundation returns to The Wallace Collection for our 4th annual Summer Residency (22nd – 26th July). Featuring six CMF Artists, 2019 sees the residency expanded beyond the popular
City Music Foundation returns to The Wallace Collection for our 4th annual Summer Residency (22nd – 26th July). Featuring six CMF Artists, 2019 sees the residency expanded beyond the popular free lunchtime recitals to include a children’s concert, a performance for dementia sufferers, and an evening concert centered around Schubert’s ‘Trout Quintet’ with guest performer Sholto Kynoch.
2018 CMF Artist Helen Charlston (mezzo-soprano) presents a song recital with pianist Adam Cigman-Mark.
A Mahler In meines Vaters Garten
Brahms An eine Äolsharfe
Horwitz Das Gartenfest
Brahms Im Garten am Seegestade
C. Schumann Die stille Lotosblume
Kletzki Der tote Park
Brahms Die Mainacht
Horwitz Lied eines Knaben
Brahms O kühler Wald
Berg Vier Gesange, Op. 2
C. Schumann Die gute Nacht, die ich sage dir
Horwitz Die Nacht
Hailed as a “rather special mezzo” (MusicWeb International), Helen Charlston’s warm and distinctive tone has cemented her as a key performer in the next generation of British singers.
She received first prize in the 2018 Handel Singing Competition, was a finalist in the Hurn Court Opera Competition, and in the upcoming season she will make her debut with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (Handel Messiah) and a return to Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (Bach St Matthew Passion).
Other 2018-19 season highlights include performances as Kings Place, St John’s Smith Square, Halle Handel Festival, and York Early Music Festival. Her operatic roles include First Witch (Purcell Dido and Aeneas – Wigmore Hall), Olga (Tchaikovsky Eugene Onegin), and Florence Pike (Britten Albert Herring). Helen has also created the roles of Anna (Tom Smail Blue Electric – Tête à Tête) and Dido (Rhiannon Randle Dido is Dead).
(Thursday) 1:00 pm
The Wallace Collection
Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1U 3BN
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