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Alexandra Lowe, Stephanie Wake-Edwards and Filipe Manu perform an intimate and uplifting programme, including well-known opera pieces by Mozart and Verdi as well as songs by Weill and Bernstein, curated and presented by Royal Opera Music Director Antonio Pappano. In the gilded splendour of the Crush Room, this pared back, intimate concert will showcase the exciting talent of three of our Jette Parker Young Artists.
Christoph Willibald Gluck: 'Addio, o miei sospiri' (Orfeo ed Euridice), performed by Stephanie Wake-Edwards
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: 'Fra gli amplessi' (Così fan tutte), performed by Alexandra Lowe and Filipe Manu
Georges Bizet: 'Chanson d’avril', performed by Alexandra Lowe
Ernest Chausson: 'Le colibri', performed by Alexandra Lowe
Reynaldo Hahn: 'Si mes vers avaient des ailes', performed by Alexandra Lowe
Paolo Tosti: 'Aprile', 'A vucchella' and 'Ideale', performed by Filipe Manu
Jacques Offenbach: Barcarolle (Les contes d’Hoffmann), performed by Alexandra Lowe and Stephanie Wake-Edwards
Giuseppe Verdi: Fenton aria (Falstaff), performed by Filipe Manu
Cabaret songs: Kurt Weill: ‘Speak Low’, Madeleine Dring: ‘Nightclub Proprietress’, William Bolcom: 'Can’t sleep', 'Last lousy moments of love' and 'Blue', performed by Stephanie Wake-Edwards.
Leonard Bernstein: 'Tonight' (West Side Story) performed by Alexandra Lowe and Filipe Manu
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Tony and the Young Artists is supported by ROLEX
The Jette Parker Young Artists Programme is generously supported by Oak Foundation
Position of Music Director Maestro Antonio Pappano generously supported by Mrs Susan A. Olde OBE
Streaming generously supported by The Foyle Foundation.