Dreams, Homeland and Childhood – Leeds Lieder

Sat 8 May

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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.

Sat 8 May Stream available until 8 May Book

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.

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Live stream pass: £8.80

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