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Fatma Said & Joseph Middleton - Leeds Lieder Live Stream

Fatma Said & Joseph Middleton - Leeds Lieder Live Stream

Mon 1 January 0001 - Mon 12 April 2021 , Stream is available until 12 April
Online event

Fatma Said - soprano
Joseph Middleton - piano
with Momentum Artists Bernadette Johns & Alexandra Standing

Ravel
Shéhérazade
Asie
La flûte enchantée
L’indifférent

Brahms
Verzagen
Schwesterlein
Lerchengesang
Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen

Schumann
Sechs Gedichte und Requiem op 90
Lied eines Schmiedes
Meine Rose
Kommen und Scheiden
Die Sennin, Einsamkeit
Der schwere Abend, Requiem

Ravel
Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques
Le réveil de la mariée
Là-bas, vers l’église
Quel galant m’est comparable?
Chanson des cueilleuses de lentisques, Tout gai!

Momentum Artists Programme:
Schubert - Die junge Nonne 
Frank Bridge - Come to me in my dreams 
Mahler - Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder; Um Mitternacht 

Fatma Said returns to Leeds Lieder for her third recital with regular duo-partner, Joseph Middleton. An exclusive Warner Records Artist, alumna of the BBC New Generation Artists Scheme, and heard regularly on the world’s finest stages, Fatma Said has quickly established herself as one of the most exciting recitalists currently before the public.

As a recent 5* Wigmore Hall review in The Times reported: she “held the audience in the palm of her hand for two hours...Shéhérazade, was voiced with musky élan, Said confident in her smoky low range and pungent word-painting...she has intelligence in bucketfuls.”

Middleton and Said bookend their Leeds Lieder recital with exotic Ravel, first a trio of ‘oriental’ songs and, to finish, the ever-green Ravel Greek Folksongs. A folk element is also to be found in a group of Brahms songs. Late Schumann Lieder complete the programme.

Image credit: Felix Bröde.

 

 

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 12 April. 

PRICES:

Live stream pass: £11
(price includes booking fee)

Tickets & Times



  • Said and Middleton gave us just the right pacing to draw the listener completely into the inner world of each song...revelation and delight in a very special evening.
    The Arts Desk