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Sarah Gabriel (soprano) sings music spanning 300 years. She made her acclaimed USA debut as Lucy Lockit (Britten The Beggar’s Opera) conducted by Lorin Maazel, and her European debut as Eliza Doolittle in Robert Carsen’s production of My Fair Lady at Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris (for which she was described by Le Monde as ‘as fine an actress as she is a singer’) opposite Alex Jennings.

World premières include Michael Daugherty’s Labyrinth of Love with Rambert Dance Company. Orchestral concerts include Webern with London Sinfonietta, Strauss Vier Letzte Lieder and Britten Les Illuminations. She has broadcast for BBC Radio 3, France Musique, RTÉ, NPR, and Radio France. Her first feature film as an actor is Brigitte Rouan’s ‘Tu honoreras ta mère et ta mère’.

2018/19 season includes:
// Opening Club Inégales autumn season with songs by Brecht & Weill on 01.10.18
// Concerts include Mahler 4th Symphony, Haydn ‘The Creation’, Barber ‘Knoxville, Summer of 1915’
// Recitals with Joanna MacGregor, Stephen de Pledge, Gavin Roberts, Charlotte Forrest, Viv McLean
// Premiere of new work by Howard Goodall, soprano soloist, December 2019
// Concerts with composer and pianist Iain Farrington for his Mahler season at 1901 Arts Club, London
// Tour with composer Sarah Angliss & Air Loom, beginning at Kings Place, London on 31.03.19
// ‘Dorothy Parker Takes a Trip’ – solo play; revival at Oxford Playhouse, Presteigne Festival
// ‘A House on Middagh Street’ – play commissioned by the Britten-Pears Foundation; revival at Dartington International Festival, August 2019

Projects in development include:
// Fly Me to the Moon – with Lucy Hawking; exploring music of the spheres and songs in space
// Lucretia’s Last Breath – modern masque first performed at HandelHendrix in 2017
// The Trial of Artemisia – solo opera composed by Joseph Atkins
// The Manufacture of Cheap Mirrors – solo show created with Richard Williams
// Solo play written by Steven Lally and the third part of his London Trilogy
// Solo performance written by George Fu
// Giant – opera in collaboration with Sarah Angliss, Sarah Fahie, Ross Sutherland (Snape/Jerwood opera)
// New commissions for The London Songbook (fourteen new songs by fourteen composers inspired by the Great American Songbook)

 

Next Performance

27 Oct 2018 at 19:30

Concert | Haydn, Mozart, Vivaldi

Programme to include Mozart Laudate Dominum, Haydn Little Organ Mass, Vivaldi

Location : St. Peter's Church, St. Albans

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