Lunchtime Music: Lixin Liu (soprano)

Lunchtime Music: Lixin Liu (soprano)

Inspired Festival

Date and time
11 Jun 2019 (1:05pm - 2:00pm)
Location

The Bradshaw Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, 200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR

Price

£8 (£6)
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Lixin Liu soprano
Jonathan French piano

Handel Care Selve from Opera Atlanta
Mozart Dans un bois solitaire, K.308
Chausson Le Colibri, Op.2, No.7
Fauré En Sourdine, Op.58, No.2
Schumann Waldegespräch, Op.39, No.3
Strauss Mädchenblumen, Op.22
Ravel Five Greek Folksongs
Britten The Salley Gardens
Britten O Waly Waly
Britten The Plough boy
Hu Yanjiang Mayila Variation (Kazakh Folksong)

Let us embark on a wonderful musical journey with masterpieces written by the best composers of all time, including Handel, Mozart, Chausson, Fauré, Schumann and Strauss. Experience what the protagonist encounters when searching for his beloved through the forest. Then, allow your imagination swing you from Europe to the Far East with folk songs composed by Ravel, Britten and a Chinese composer Hu Yanjiang.