The effervescent mezzo and pianist/arranger Craig Terry ruminate on the pain of loneliness and the warmth and joy of human interaction in a heartfelt song recital very much for our time.
One of the world’s greatest opera singers takes an evening off from playing powerful heroines, scheming villains and tragic lovers for a much more personal and intimate performance – one that speaks keenly to our shared experiences of the past year and a half. By turns poignant, profound, introspective, and bursting with life, this programme born out of enforced solitude will truly come to life as we share the music together again, in what is sure to be an emotional evening.
As proved by the pair’s 2020 GRAMMY Award-winning collaboration Songplay, DiDonato’s versatility reaches far beyond the opera stage. So mixed in with the occasional aria there’s jazz, popular song, lieder and more, several of which are in brilliant new arrangements from Terry.
Produced by the Barbican
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The Barbican Hall is located within the main Barbican building. Head to Level G and follow the signs to find your seating level.
Silk Street, London
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Spaces for wheelchair users in row U at the rear of the stalls (up to sixteen, depth of row 180cm) and the back row of the circle (four), both with fold-down companion seats. Some seats in row S of the stalls for people with very limited mobility.
Assistance dogs may be taken into the concert hall where there are a limited number of suitable seats in row G of the stalls. If you prefer, you may leave your dog with a member of the cloakroom staff during the performance.
There is an induction loop in the concert hall. You can use this by adjusting your hearing aid to the ‘T’ setting.