Catriona Morison and Christopher Glynn in recital

Catriona Morison and Christopher Glynn in recital

18 March 2018 3:00 pm

National Centre For Early Music, York YO1 9TL

Catriona Morison and Christopher Glynn in recital

Catriona Morison and Christopher Glynn in recital

 Named Cardiff Singer of the World in 2017, mezzo-soprano Catriona Morison was the first ever British winner of the competition, admired for her ‘silky, lightly smoky tone, easygoing dramatic flair and unflappable poise’ (New York Times). She joins Christopher Glynn for a wide-ranging programme that takes in the colourful world of Mahler’s Des Knaben Wunderhorn Lieder – tales of soldiers, children, lovers and spirits from German folklore – alongside famous and evocative songs by Purcell, Brahms, Fauré and Korngold.

 ‘a singer of much character, real musical intelligence and the possessor of a mezzo voice that is wonderful’ – The Guardian

‘rich sounds with some Dame Janet moments. She was at her most impressive in the Song Prize final of two nights earlier where the depth of her engagement with both words and music held one in the moment’ – Opera Magazine.

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