October News – MRM’s monthly round-up

1 October 2020

James Way joins the English Concert for the opening concert of their autumn livestream series, singing selected arias from Handel Solomon together with the composer’s Foundling Hospital Anthem, conducted by Harry Bicket. Elizabeth Watts sings arias from Beethoven Egmont and Ah! Perfido with the Residentie Orkest, conducted by Richard Egarr. Garry Walker conducts performances with his Rheinische Philharmonie in Karlsruhe,...

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MRM artists return to the stage

25 June 2020

MRM Artists celebrate a return to the stage this summer as restrictions on live performances are lifted around the globe. Against all the odds, a wave of creativity has sparked new opportunities for conductors, soloists and orchestras to make music together. Mark Padmore joins pianist Mitsuko Uchida for a performance of Franz Schubert’s great Winterreise, as part of the Wigmore...

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Mark Padmore returns to the Royal Opera House to sing Aschenbach in Britten’s Death in Venice

23 September 2019

Mark Padmore returns to the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in November to sing Aschenbach in Sir David McVicar’s new production of Britten’s Death in Venice conducted by Sir Mark Elder, alongside MRM singers Andrew Tortise and Michael Mofidian. Other season’s highlights include the three Schubert song cycles with fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout at the Wigmore Hall, Thomas Larcher’s A Padmore...

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MRM artists at the 2019 Summer Festivals

14 June 2019

At the 2019 BBC Proms Markus Stenz conducts BBC NOW in Strauss, Brostroem & Brahms, Sunnyboy Dladla sings Mozart Requiem with BBC NOW with Natalie Stutzman, Hilary Summers sings Beethoven Symphony No.9 with BBC SO under Sakari Oramo, as well as Handel’s Jephtha with Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Richard Egarr, Andrew Tortise sings Bach Cantatas with Solomon’s Knot, and Elizabeth Watts...

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Mark Padmore appointed CBE

13 June 2019

We are delighted that Mark Padmore was appointed CBE in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours list. In June, as an Artist in Residence at the 2019 Aldeburgh Festival, Mark will curate the Poetry and Music series, appear in seven concerts including performances of Thomas Larcher A Padmore Cycle, Britten Nocturne and Schubert 1828, a recreation of the only all-Schubert concert...

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