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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 singers among 2020 Gramophone Classical Music Awards nominees

4 September 2020

Nominated for the Choral Award, Carolyn Sampson's widely praised recording of Bach's St Matthew Passion with Bach Collegium Japan and Masaaki Suzuki, for BIS Records also won Recording of the Month in the April 2020 edition of the magazine. Among the Recital Award nominees is Ruby Hughes' most recent album for BIS of works by Mahler, Berg and Rhian Samuel,...

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Ruby Hughes makes Amsterdam Concertgebouw recital debut

12 January 2020

Ruby Hughes makes her recital debut for Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam in a programme of Schumann, Mahler, Ives and Britten, with pianist Joseph Middleton. Later this year the same repertoire will feature on their second recital disc together, along with a commissioned song cycle ‘Bright Travellers’ by Helen Grime, for BIS Records. Also adding to her growing discography this season she...

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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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Ruby Hughes makes Potsdamer Winteroper debut as ‘Theodora’

8 October 2018

Ruby Hughes makes her Potsdamer Winteroper debut this November in the title role of Handel’s Theodora, conducted by Konrad Junghänel. A passionate interpreter of the baroque and classical repertoires, Ruby’s 18/19 season also includes Handel Brockes Passion with the Academy of Ancient Music at the Barbican, a tour of Handel’s Messiah with Daniel Reuss and the Orchestra of the Eighteenth...

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