Barbara Hannigan in Focus I

Stravinsky & Neo-Classicism

6 May 2015 / 19:30

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When Le Figaro wrote ‘this woman must come from another planet’ they got it absolutely right. Barbara Hannigan is an exceptional artist, revered for her sensational voice and her charisma. Tonight she brings her passion for music and her skills as a singer and conductor, to a programme which plays with the contrasting and complementary sound worlds of Mozart, Haydn and Stravinsky.

Programme and Performers

Mozart Overture to La Clemenza di Tito
Mozart Bella mia fiamma, addio
Haydn Symphony No 49, La Passione
Mozart Overture to Idomeneo
Stravinsky Act One, Scene 3 from The Rake’s Progress
Stravinsky Pulcinella Suite 

Britten Sinfonia
Barbara Hannigan soprano/conductor

Please note that there has been a slight change in programme from what has been previously advertised.

This event is part of:
Britten Sinfonia 2014–15

Promoted by Britten Sinfonia


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