Massenet – Je suis le chevalier errant from ‘Don Quichotte’

Robert J. Solomon – Don Quixote in the Desert (1976)

Ravel – Don Quichotte à Dulciné                                      

  1. Chanson Romanesque
  2. Chanson Epique
  3. Chanson a Boire

Miguel de Cervantes – Extract from ‘Don Quixote’

Saint-Saens – Le pas d’armes du Roi Jean                                                                               

Massenet – Comment peut-on penser du bien from ‘Don Quichotte’

Ibert – Chanson de Sancho                                                                                                      

Ibert – Le petit ane blanc                                                                                                                        

Dale Wasserman – Life as it is from ‘Man of La Mancha’                                                                                                                       

Ibert – Quatre Chansons de Don Quichotte:

  1. Chanson du départ
  2. Chanson à Dulcinée
  3. Chanson du Duc
  4. Chanson de la mort de Don Quichotte


Timothy Dickinson Baritone
Anyssa Neumann Piano

Raised in California, American pianist Anyssa Neumann has been praised for the “clarity, charm, and equipoise” of her performances, which span repertoire from the Baroque to the 21st century. In December 2010, she released her solo debut album of works by Bach, Beethoven, Messiaen, and Prokofiev, which was featured on David Dubal’s radio program The Piano Matters in New York and Chicago. Anyssa has appeared extensively as soloist and collaborative pianist in the United States, Canada, England, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Sweden. Recent projects have included a recital tour of California, all-Bach recitals at The Banff Centre, the Sacramento Bach Festival, and St James Piccadilly, and duo recitals with Canadian violinist Yolanda Bruno at St Martin-in-the-Fields and Mazzoleni Hall (Toronto). Anyssa has appeared as recital partner with Grammy Award-winning cellist Sara Sant’Ambrogio of the Eroica Trio, as guest pianist with the Sheba Ensemble, and on NPR’s Performance Today and Sirius Satellite Radio.

Timothy Dickinson was born in Essex and has been singing since a very early age.  Most recently, his operatic engagements have included Harasta/Badger Vixen and Leporello Giovanni for Silent Opera; Zuniga Carmen for Scottish Opera; Nikitich Boris Godunov at the Endellion Festival; Masetto Don Giovanni for Glyndebourne and Doctor Grenvil La Traviata for Glyndebourne on Tour.

Notable concert engagements have included Verdi Requiem in Kings College Chapel, Cambridge; Bach Johannes Passion (Christus) for Britten Sinfonia/Mark Padmore and various appearances with La Nuova Musica/David Bates, with whom Timothy appears on ‘Sacrifices’ (Harmonia Mundi, 2014).

In 2013, Timothy was the recipient of the Wessex Glyndebourne Association Award. He was a trainee at the National Opera Studio from 2014-15.