Benson Wilson and James Baillieu (online)
Available until 7 July
New Zealand-born Sāmoan baritone Benson Wilson presents a spellbinding recital programme of lieder by Herbert Howells, Gerald Finzi, Richard Strauss and Gustav Mahler. As a recent winner of the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award, Wilson is highly acclaimed for his rich timbre and charismatic interpretations of song repertoire.
Trad – Le Manu Tagi E Performers Benson Wilson Baritone
James Baillieu Piano
Change of Artist: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Julius Drake (piano) is no longer able to take part in the above concert.
We are grateful to James Baillieu (piano) for stepping in at short notice. The programme remains the same.
How to watch the online concert
You can watch the performance as many times as you like until 7 July. You will receive your access details as soon as you have purchased your ticket, along with full details of how to watch the concert.
Our thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund, for supporting the ReSound concert series at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
St Martin-in-the-Fields church and all performers are closely following government guidance and each concert will adhere accordingly to the latest advice.
Dates, Times & Book
|Mon 07 Jun||7:30 PM||£10||Book|
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