Robert Rice & William Vann

Part of Inverurie Music Workshops and Masterclasses
Date
- - Cancelled
Venue
King's Pavilion

These will be held at the MacRobert Building, University of Aberdeen the day after their concert in Inverurie on Saturday 25th May 2024 (details are available here).

This is a change to the previously advertised events which were to have been led by Iain Milne and Nicolai Karlsen. Unfortunately, Iain and Nicolai have had to withdraw due to unforeseen circumstances.

Masterclasses (morning session 10.00 – 12.00):
Voice and Piano – individual tuition (each session lasts 45 minutes). There are four sessions available, two for singers and and two for pianists. Bring your own music to work on (sending details in advance to Inverurie Music).

Cost: £35 per person or £25 if in full-time education, or receiving disability or low income benefits.

Choral Workshop (afternoon session 13.00 – 16.30):
All singers are welcome to participate. The music chosen for the workshop is shown below and parts will be provided prior to the workshop. Follow the links to find this on YouTube:

C V Stanford: Songs of the Fleet, Op.117
Hubert Parry: Crossing the Bar
Charles Wood: Never weather-beaten sail

Cost: £25 standard price or £15 for for those in full-time education, and for those on disability or low-income benefits.

To reserve a place, please contact inveruriemusic@gmail.com with your name, email address, phone number and which part of the day you would like to attend. Also please give details of the music you would like to work on (morning participants) and the part you would like to sing (afternoon participants).

Payment can be made by bank transfer
Account name: Inverurie Music
Sort Code: 80-08-41
Acc. number: 00842458,
or by cash or card on the day

About Robert Rice

One of the UK’s most versatile baritones, Robert Rice was a choral scholar at King’s College, Cambridge before gaining a DipRAM under Mark Wildman. His concert repertoire is extensive and varied: drawing on his experience in vocal consorts, he is often praised for his interpretations of the baroque masterworks; as a mature singer he equally enjoys Verdi, Elgar and Vaughan Williams. In recent seasons he has performed composers as varied as Humperdinck, at the Berlin Konzerthaus, Bach – St John Passion at the Southern Cathedrals Festival – and Howard Goodall at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. His main specialism is in works of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries and he has been involved in premières of diverse new pieces throughout his career, those by Jacques Cohen, Paul Drayton, Errolyn Wallen and Hayley Jenkins being notable recent examples. His experience in performing contemporary music led to the creation of roles in stage works by Paul Clark, Judith Bingham and Nigel Osborne. He made his debut at London’s South Bank in a staging of Maxwell Davies’ Eight Songs for a Mad King. Robert appeared in the staged recital Art Sung: Alma Mahler (Wilton’s Music Hall), and with pianist William Vann has regularly performed at York’s Late Music series, most recently celebrating Walter De la Mare with several premières, (also featuring in the concert on 25th May). He has collaborated with guitarist Erich Schachtner in Germany and the UK on programmes of lieder and lute songs.

About William Vann

A multiple-prize winning and critically acclaimed conductor and accompanist, William Vann is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, the Director of Music at the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Musical Director of Dulwich Choral Society, a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Musicians, the Chairman of Kensington and Chelsea Music Society, and a regular conductor and vocal coach at the Dartington and Oxenfoord International Summer Schools. His extensive discography includes recordings for Albion, Champs Hill, Chandos, Delphian, Etcetera, Navona and SOMM. www.williamvann.com

Performers
Robert Rice Baritone
William Vann Piano
Tickets
£35.00 Morning Session: Standard
£25.00 Morning Session: Full-time education / disability or low income benefits
£25.00 Afternoon Session: Standard
£15.00 Afternoon Session: Full-time education / disability or low income benefits
Add to Apple / .ics calendar
Apple / .ics
Add to Google calendar
Google
Add to Office 365 calendar
Office 365
Add to Outlook calendar
Outlook
Add to Yahoo calendar
Yahoo

You may also be interested in…

Coming up this month - June

Concert for Ukraine

Orchestra Nova, Gareth John, Amy Stachan, Iryna Chupryna, Alan Haggart & Fountainhall Chorus
Fountainhall Church at the Stocket