Commuter Concert: Penelope Appleyard with Florisma Ensemble
Recital Hall, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
200 Jennens Road, B4 7XR
Free to BCU staff & students
Wheelchair users are entitled to concessionary priced tickets with a complimentary companion seat. Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a Guide Dog or wheelchair, please let the Events Office know by calling 0121 331 5909.
Penelope Appleyard soprano
Michelle Holloway recorders
Gail Hennessy baroque oboe
Marta López harpsichord
Aileen Henry triple harp
Harry Buckoke baroque cello
Trad. Ed. John Playford Extract from 'The Dancing Master' c1651
Purcell Music for a while (From Oedipus Z583)
Händel Süsse blumen ambraflocken HWV 204 (From Neun Deutsche Arien)
Händel Meine seele hört im sehen HWV 207 (From Neun Deutsche Arien)
Croft Sonata in G
Purcell The Plaint (From Fairy Queen Z629)
Leveridge Tell me ye softer powers above
Arne The lass with the delicate air
Hook The lass of Richmond Hill
Händel Süsse stille, sanfte quelle HWV 205 (From Neun Deutsche Arien)
Händel Das Zitternde Glänzen HWV 203 (From Neun Deutsche Arien)
‘Blessed with a voice of pristine clarity', Penelope Appleyard is becoming known for the purity and agility of her voice and her stylish interpretations of historical repertoire.
Penelope graduated with Distinction from Birmingham Conservatoire and now performs internationally as a soloist and consort singer, particularly in the field of early music.