Temple Song 2020 – Seven Ages of Man – CANCELLED

Wednesday 20 May 7pm, Middle Temple Hall

£5.00 — £50.00

In view of the current situation with the Covid-19 virus and in line with Government advice, we have very regretfully had to cancel this recital with Mark Padmore, Roderick Williams and Julius Drake in Middle Temple Hall on 20th May.

We will be contacting all ticket buyers about refunds within the next two working days.  If you have any queries about a refund, or any other issues relating to the concert, please do contact Poppy Damazer by email on poppy@templechurch.com.

 

Tickets £5 £15 £20 £30 £40 £50
Including interval drinks

Please click here to view the seating plan

Generously supported by The Roger and Ingrid Pilkington Trust


Programme
Vaughan Williams Infant Joy
Schubert Der Vater mit dem Kind
Finzi A Salutation
Clarke Cradle Song
Copland Little Horses
Britten Midnight on the Great Western
Britten Black Day
Schubert Der Pilgrim
Schubert Willkommen und Abschied
Schumann Widmung
Fauré Donc ce sera par un clair jour d’été
Vaughan Williams It was a lover and his Lass
Butterworth Lads in their Hundreds
Ives Tom Sails Away
Poulenc Bleuet
Fauré Prison
Schubert An Schwager Kronos
Vaughan Willams Vagabond
Schumann Herbstlied
Brahms Mit vierzig Jahren
Britten As it is Plenty
Brahms Phänomen
Barber Bessie Bobtail
Schubert Der Winterabend
Bridge Journey’s End
Anon. Deep River

Programme includes poems by Shakespeare, Yeats, Wordsworth, Donne, Dickinson and A A Milne.

Mark Padmore tenor
Roderick Williams baritone
Julius Drake piano
Rory Kinnear reader


Following their acclaimed performance of ‘The Sea’ in 2015, Mark Padmore, Roderick Williams and Julius Drake return to Middle Temple Hall to present their new programme of music and readings about life’s journey from childhood to old age. The wide ranging and diverse repertoire will include pieces by Shakespeare, Schubert, Hardy, Schumann, Lewis Carroll, Britten, Emily Dickinson and Haydn.


It’s hard to think of a singer more seriously dedicated to his art than
the tenor Mark Padmore.” The Telegraph

Roderick Williams communicated with no less immediacy and honesty,
his beautifully appealing voice speaking with unaffected sincerity and
finely defined feeling.” Opera Today