Verity will be performing the famous 'Song to the Moon' by Dvorak with the London Firebird Orchestra and conductor George Jackson.
All Saints' Church, Queens Road, Hertford, SG13 8AY
Tickets £2, £10 (under 18 or in full time education) / £15, £25
The Prince Consort:
Verity Wingate soprano
Anna Huntley mezzo-soprano
Nicholas Mulroy tenor
Philip Smith baritone
Alisdair Hogarth (piano, director) and Stephen Hough (piano)
Other Love Songs
For tickets and more information visit: www.hertsmusicfest.org.uk/events
Verity Wingate, Andrew Staples and Alisdair Hogarth perform Vaughan Williams, Britten, Michael Anderson at The Wigmore
Award-winning voice and piano ensemble The Prince Consort, recently appointed Associate Artists of the Guildhall School of Music, chases the spirit of England through this programme, from the heart of the countryside to Lionel Bart’s London.
Verity Wingate soprano
Andrew Staples tenor
Alisdair Hogarth piano
Tickets available at www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/the-prince-consort
Verity Wingate and Michael Pugh perform a recital of songs by pianists for the friends of the Leeds International Piano Competition. This short lunchtime recital will feature songs by composers such as Rachmaninov, Liszt and Schumann.
Verity will feature in a recital of Sonnets in a new series of performances given by Dylan Perez and others artists singing Liszt's beautiful Tre Sonetti di Petrarca. For more information please visit: www.re-sung.co.uk
Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo Britten
Deux sonnets de Jean Cassou Dutilleux
Tre Sonetti di Petrarca Liszt
Verity will be performing the Mozart Great Mass in C Minor with Nigel Perrin and the Bath Bach Choir for their 70th Anniversary Celebration Concert with tenor Kieran White and soprano Anna Sideris. The choir will also be performing the Bach Magnificat in D. It is going to be a fantastic night!
Tickets are nearly sold out so hurry!
This will be the final recital to end my second year of Masters at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
I am delighted to say I will be joined on stage by pianist Dylan Perez, recipient of the Gerald Moore Award 2017.
The programme is to include Rachmaninov, Poulenc, Korngold and Strauss.
"Joshua Ellicott, with an international career that effortlessly crosses musical genres, is joined by Verity Wingate who is making debuts at leading concert halls across Europe... and pianist Alisdair Hogarth who regularly partners with many of his generation's finest singers. They will take us on a journey of a top 20 of the all-time great classical songs."
Book tickets on the Bath Festival website.
Cellophony (Richard Birchall, Matthijs Broersma, Pau Codina, Reinoud Ford, Ashok Klouda, Bart Lafollette, John Myerscough, Ella Rundle) with Verity Wingate (soprano) perform a programme mixing established repertoire with specially-commissioned new works and arrangements for eight cellos.
Mendelssohn - Ave Maria
Berio - Korot
Edward Nesbit - The Burial of the Stars (world premiere of Cellophony commission supported by the Britten-Pears Foundation)
Richard Birchall - Mirrors
Rachmaninov - Vocalise
Liszt - La Lugubre Gondola
Trad. / Barralet - World Folk-Songs