C20 Pilgrimage

  • May 8, 2022

    12pm - 1.15pm

  • Fitters' Workshop

    Printers Way

  • General Admission $75.00,

    Concession $68.00

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A Sunday morning treat for the travel-weary or the travel-hungry. Liszt responded to the thrills of his early concert travels with extraordinarily evocative music bundled in no less than three books of ‘Years of Pilgrimage’. Our New Zealand baritone James Ioelu returns for Vaughan-Williams’s beloved Songs of Travel before Lucas Krupinski resumes his place at the piano for Ravel’s epic Viennese dance.  

 

Program 

Franz Liszt, from Années de Pélérinage 

     Sonetto 123 del Petrarca 

     Vallée d’Obermann 

Ralph Vaughan-Williams, Songs of Travel  

Maurice Ravel, La Valse  

 

Artists

Lucas Krupinski, piano

James Ioelu, baritone

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  • May 8, 2022

    12pm - 1.15pm

  • Fitters' Workshop

    Printers Way

  • General Admission $75.00,

    Concession $68.00

Buy Tickets Now

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Artist James Ioelu

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New Zealand bass-baritone James Ioelu was a member of the ensemble of artists collaborating for the English National Opera/Dutch National Opera/Metropolitan Opera co-production of Porgy & Bess; he appears in the production in London and Amsterdam. He returns to London for the ENO/Unicorn Theatre production in the title role (c) Dido and Aeneas. Recent roles include his New Zealand appearance at Hamilton Festival in the principal role of King Potatau, the first Maori King, in the premiere of Jan...

Artist Lucas Krupinski

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London-based Polish pianist Lucas Krupinski was born in Warsaw in 1992. He studied at the Zenon Brzewski School of Music and the Frederic Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, where he graduated with distinction under the supervision of Professor Alicja Paleta-Bugaj and Dr Konrad Skolarski. He continued his studies with Professor Arie Vardi at Hannover University (2017-2018) and with Professor Dmitri Alexeev at the Royal College of Music in London (2018-2019).   In 2016, he was awarded top prize at the 7th San Marino International Piano Competition, along with all of its contest ...