Songs and Stories with the Royal College of Music

The Royal College of Music Museum looks after one of the most important collections of musical portraits in the world, and they are bringing a part of it to Kensington library.
Join us for a fun lunchtime concert and talk brought to you as part of the Royal College of Music’s Museum Roadshow.
Presented by RCM researcher, Anna Maria Barry, explore some surprising and hidden stories behind four portraits from the collection, and listen as these characters are brought to life through songs performed by talented Royal College of Music musicians.
Performers: soprano Julieth Lozano and pianist Bradley Wood.
Concertr Programme:
Ethel Smyth                              No.2 Possession from Three Songs (1913)
Ignacy Jan Paderewski              No.1 Gdy ostatnia róża zwiędta (The days of roses are vanished) from 4 Mélodies, Op.7
No.3 Melody in B major from Chants du voyageur, Op. 8 (solo piano)
Samuel Coleridge Taylor            No.1 An African Love Song from African Romances, Op.17
Vaughan Williams                      Silent Noon from The House of Life (1904)

Images: Bradley Wood (above) 
Main image: Julieth Lozano
Entrance is free but booking is essential.


Tuesday 11 December 2018, 12:30 PM

till Tuesday 11 December 2018 01:15 PM


Kensington Central Library Lecture Theatre 12 Phillimore Walk GB

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Libraries

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