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Audio-streamed Lunchtime Organ and Lunchtime Chamber concerts are now able to begin again. View upcoming concerts or view previous concerts online.


Dreams, Homeland and Childhood - Leeds Lieder

Dreams, Homeland and Childhood - Leeds Lieder

Sat 24 April - Sat 8 May , Stream is available until 8 May
Online event

Dreams, Homeland and Childhood

Fleur Barron - mezzo soprano
Ashok Klouda - cello
Joseph Middleton - piano

Bun-Ching Lam (b. 1954) - Music When Soft Voices Die 
Brahms -  Heimweh I: Wie traulich war das Fleckchen, op.63
Chen Yi (b. 1953) - Bright Moonlight
Brahms -  Heimweh II: O wüsst ich doch den Weg zurück, op.63
Ives -  My Native Land
Brahms - Heimweh III: Ich sah als Knabe, op.63

Mussorgsky - from The Nursery 
1. With Nanny
2. In the Corner
3. With Dolly
4. Sailor the Cat
5. At Bedtime
6. On the Hobby-Horse

Kamala Sankaram (b. 1978) - The Far Shore 
Chinese Folksong - Northeast Lullaby 
Chinese Folksong - Fengyang Drums 

Borodin - Two songs for voice, cello and piano 
1. She No Longer Loves Me 
2. Listen, Dear Friend, to my Song

Brahms - Gestillte Sehnsucht from op.91 for voice, cello, piano  
Libby Larsen (b. 1950) - Music When Soft Voice Die for voice, cello, piano 

The daughter of a Singaporean mother and British father, Fleur Barron grew up in the Far East and also spent considerable time in the U.S. and Great Britain. She has been hailed a ‘charismatic star’ by the Boston Globe, and a ‘knockout performer’ by The Times. In a typically wide-ranging, thought-provoking and thoughtful programme Barron brings, for the first time, Chinese folk and art songs to Leeds Lieder. Woven around songs by Brahms and Ives, these gems illuminate a programme she has called “Dreams, Homeland and Childhood”. The programme facilitates cross-cultural dialogue in the most interesting way. Two different settings of Music When Soft Voice Die bookend this special recital.

Booking information

Links to the live stream will be in your booking confirmation email and will also be in a pre-show email sent three days before the event begins.

The live stream is available until 11.59pm on 8 May.


Live stream pass: £8.80

(prices include booking fee)

Tickets & Times

  • Sat 24 Apr , 3:00 PM