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Queens, Heroines And Ladykillers - A Tribute To Lorraine Hunt Lieberson: Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment picture

Mon 3rd Jun at 7:00pm

Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment

@ Royal Festival Hall, London

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Queens, Heroines And Ladykillers - A Tribute To Lorraine Hunt Lieberson: Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment

A programme of works comprising:

Handel: Overture: Giulio Cesare
Handel: L'angue offeso mai riposa from Giulio Cesare
Handel: Ah! Whither should we fly... As with rosy steps the morn from Theodora
Handel: Concerto Grosso in B minor Op 6 No 12
Handel: Where shall I fly? from Hercules
Handel: Overture: Theodora
Handel: Lord, to Thee each night and day from Theodora
Handel: Dopo notte from Ariodante
Handel: Concerto Grosso in Bb Op 3 No 2
Handel:Svegliatevi nel core from Giulio Cesare

Noted for her dramatic vocal ability, as well as her commitment to baroque performance, Lieberson worked closely with the OAE at Glyndebourne and on CD, and was the inspiration for the Orchestra's series Queens, Heroines and Ladykillers, celebrating feisty female roles in opera and the singers who perform them. This final tribute concert features the Handel arias Lieberson was revered for, performed by three rising young opera stars St├ęphanie d'Oustrac, Anna Stephany and Renata Pokupi? and conducted by baroque specialist William Christie.

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Venue: Royal Festival Hall


Address:
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road
South Bank

London
SE1 8XX 51.505775, -0.116811

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Website: southbankcentre.co.uk

Phone: 0871 663 2500


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