We are delighted to invite you to the third Wandsworth Wednesday recital of the year, streamed live from the National Opera Studio's Blackburn Hall in London. 
The recital features four of this year's 2020/21 Young Artists - Thomas Hopkinson (Bass) and Judith LeBreuilly (Mezzo-Soprano), accompanied by Maria Tataru and Aeron Preston.




Repetiteur Maria Tataru plays this half


Les Huguenots - Meyerbeer

Nobles seigneurs, salut!

- Judith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-Soprano)


Four serious songs - Brahms

1 Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh

2 Ich wandte mich

- Thomas Hopkinson (Bass)


Wesendonck - Wagner


- Judith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-Soprano)


I vespri Siciliani - Verdi

O tu, Palermo

- Thomas Hopkinson (Bass)


- Pianist change -


Repetiteur Aeron Preston plays this half


The songs of the sea - Stanford

Drake's drum

Homeward bound

- Thomas Hopkinson (Bass)


Over the rim of the moon - Head

A blackbird singing



The seal man

- Judith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-Soprano)


At the River - Copland

- Thomas Hopkinson (Bass)


Cabaret Songs - Balcom


Toothbrush Time

- Judith Le Breuilly (Mezzo-Soprano)


Although these recitals are free, we kindly encourage you to make a donation to the National Opera Studio. Visit www.nationaloperastudio.org.uk to find out more.

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