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Study event with Dr Katy Hamilton

Sun 20 Jun - Sun 18 Jul, Various Times

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Tickets & Times

Sun 20 Jun, 10.30am Book
Livestream - available until 18 July Book

Schubert and Beethoven, the birth of the Lied Cycle and a new voice in Romanticism
with Dr Katy Hamilton

This weekend we have heard music that changed the genre of the lied, particularly Gilchrist and Tilbrook’s programming of Schubert’s Einsamkeit. Dr Katy Hamilton, a regular researcher and presenter for Wigmore Hall, the Southbank Centre and Salzburg Festival leads our Young Artists through the birth of the piano accompanied song.

“Katy was a huge hit all round! Wearing her erudition very lightly, she proved a constant source of positive energy, deftly steering conversations and drawing the best from fellow guests. I only hope we can still afford her next year…” – Iain Burnside


This event is part of Leeds Lieder’s Festival 2021. If you are purchasing a livestream pass the link and password will be in the confirmation email you receive when you have completed your purchase.

Sun 20 Jun 10.30 am £10 Book
Sun 18 Jul 12.00 am Book
PRICES:

Standard: £11
Unwaged/disabled: £8.80
Under 26s/students: Free
Livestream pass: £8.80
(prices include booking fees)

Tickets & Times

Sun 20 Jun, 10.30am Book
Livestream - available until 18 July Book

Study event with Dr Katy Hamilton