WILDESONG: SIOBHAN STAGG & JULIUS DRAKE

WILDESONG: SIOBHAN STAGG & JULIUS DRAKE

Sun 4th August
Passionist Monastery, The Grann, Enniskillen, Fermanagh
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WILDESONG: Siobhan Stagg (soprano) & Julius Drake (piano) deliver a cornucopia of beautiful songs from Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler.

 

This event is kindly sponsored by Grace Yu

 

Programme:

Richard Strauss (7 songs)

  •  Ständchen (Serenade)
  • Freundliche Vision (Friendly Vision)
  • Ich wollt’ ein Sträusslein binden (I Want To Tie A String)
  • An die Nacht (To The Night)
  • Zueignung (Dedication)
  • Du meinen Herzen’s Krönelein (You Mean The Heart Of My Soul)
  • Cecilie

Gustav Mahler

  • Mahler Das Himlische Leben (The Heavenly Life) from Des Knaben Wunderhorn (The Boy’s Magic Horn)

Richard Strauss (4 last songs)

  • Frühling (Spring)
  • September
  • Beim Schlafengehen (At Bedtime)
  • Im Abendrot (In The Sunset)

 

Artists:
Siobhan Stagg – (Soprano)
Julius Drake – (Piano)

 


Booking is essential!

Ticket Price:
£15 (Full)
£13 (Concession)

DATES & TIMES:
Sunday, 4th August – 7.30pm

Event Duration: 90 minutes

Location: Passionist Monastery, The Grann

 


SIOBHAN STAGG

Soprano

Soprano, Siobhan Stagg
Hair and Makeup: Kasha Rodig
Photo Credit: ©Todd Rosenberg Photography 2019

 

Australian soprano Siobhan Stagg has been is a member of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin since 2013/14, and her roles in the house have so far included Pamina Die Zauberflöte,Sophie Der Rosenkavalier, Blonde Die Entführung aus dem Serail, Gilda Rigoletto, ZerlinaDon Giovanni, Musetta La bohème, Contessa di FollevilleIl viaggio a Reims,Marguerite de Valois Les Huguenotsand Waldvogel and Woglinde in The Ring Cycle conducted by Sir Simon Rattle.

Highlights in Siobhan’s 2018/19 season include her American debut with the Lyric Opera of Chicago in the title role of Cendrillon; her debut for the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence in staged performances of Mozart’s Requiem; Sophie Der Rosenkavalierin her debut for the Opernhaus Zurich; Mélisande Pelléas et Mélisandein her debut for Australia’s Victorian Opera (for which she received the Green Room Award for Best Female Lead in an Opera)and Pamina, Gilda, Adele Die Fledermaus and Micaëla Carmenfor the Deutsche Oper, Berlin.

Elsewhere she has sung Pamina and the title role in Luigi Rossi’s Orpheusfor the Royal Opera; Gilda, Blonde and Cordelia in Aribert Reimann’s Learfor the Hamburgische Staatsoper; Najade Ariadne auf Naxosfor the Bayerische Staatsoper; Blonde for the Dutch National Opera; Woglinde for the Deutsche Staatsoper and Morgana Alcinaand Marzelline Fideliofor the Grand Théâtre de Genève.

Upcoming performances include her return to the Royal Opera, the Deutsche Oper, Berlin and the Opera de Dijon and debuts for Garsington Opera and the Glyndebourne Festival.

Highlights on the concert platform include Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem(Berliner Philharmoniker/Christian Thielemann), Zemlinsky’s Lyric Symphonyat the BBC Proms (BBC Symphony Orchestra/Simone Young), Haydn’s Creation(Melbourne Symphony Orchestra/Sir Andrew Davis), Mozart arias with Rolando Villazon at the Salzburg Mozartwoche (Mozarteumorchester Salzburg/Kristiina Poska) and a tour of Australia with Roberto Alagna.

Siobhan has been awarded Best Female Lead for her Mélisande at Victorian Opera this season (Green Room Awards 2019).

 


Acknowledgement

We are grateful to the Arts Council of Northern Ireland for the loan of the Steinway Piano, for the purpose of this event.

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