British invasion

This spring I’m delighted to be performing with some truly stellar British ensembles and players: January 23rd with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra (Dutilleux Le temps l’horloge and Berlioz Herminie), February 15th at St. Martin-in-the-Fields (Bach Mein Herz schwimmt im Blut, BWV 199), two London performances on February 21st with two of my favorite pianists (lunchtime recital of Mozart, Debussy and Wolf at LSE with Sam Armstrong, afternoon lecture/recital of Schubert at Wigmore Hall with James Cheung), April 3rd with Paul McCreesh and the Gabrieli Consort (Messiah in Moscow’s Tchaikovsky Hall), and an exciting recording project in the pipeline: songs by Rhian Samuel and Clara Schumann with Jocelyn Freeman, to be released in late summer 2019.

My time studying in London is coming back full circle, in ways I couldn’t have imagined. I’m looking forward to all of it! (And, btw, Brexit would make all of this much harder… herein a fervent plea for the UK to moderate the madness.)