Past

11 02 2017 at 19:30

Concert | Haydn 'The Creation' | St. John's, Smith Square, London

Further details to follow; box office opens shortly

Location : St John’s Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

26 01 2017 at 18:30

Concert | Lucretia's Last Breath | Handel and Hendrix in London

Exploring Handel's extraordinary cantata, La Lucrezia. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Martin Feinstein | recorder Christopher Suckling | cello Robin Bigwood | harpsichord Christopher Suckling, cello You can buy tickets here (Limited availability; early booking recommended).

Location : 25 Brook Street Mayfair London W1K 4HB

14 01 2017 at 18:00

Concert | Howard Goodall 'Eternal Light' | St. John's, Smith Square, London

A Come & Sing event in aid of Singing for Syrians .

Location : St. John's, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

05 12 2016 at 19:30

CONCERT | ETHEL SMYTH: AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE | LUTON MUSIC

Sarah Gabriel and the Galos Trio give another performance of the story of the maverick composer, Ethel Smyth, who rebelled from her family and studied composition in Leipzig, where she met Brahms, Tchaikovsky, the Griegs, Clara Schumann and other musical legends. Sarah appears as Ethel Smyth, with words written by Felicity Broome-Skelton, with autobiographical commentary from Ethel Smyth too. You can buy tickets for the 5th December performance of this much-loved show here: Box office 01582 878100 Online: http://www.lutonculture.com/luton-library-theatre/ Single Adult Tickets - £16 Concessions* - £10 Children under 18 in full-time education – Free Read more about Luton Music's superb programme and the Galos Trio concert.

Location : Luton Library Theatre, St George's Square, Luton, LU1 2NG

19 11 2016 at 19:30

Concert | Fauré Requiem & Born in Flight by Alexander Flood (world premiere)

A remembrance concert Faure | Requiem Bach | Cantata 18 Alexander Flood | Born in Flight (world premiere) Sarah Gabriel | Soprano Samuel Evans | Baritone Alexander Flood | Conductor Radlett Choral Society Mariana Ensemble Alexander Flood's new piece is a setting of a ballad and poems from the Thirty Years’ War, including this poem by Andreas Gryphius for his infant niece: Epitaph for Mariana Gryphius I: born in flight, breathing the smoke of war, ringed round with fire and steel, my father's care, my mother's pain, was thrust into the light as my land sank in angry, burning night. I saw the world, and soon I looked away, since all its terrors met me on one day. Though I died young, if only days are told, count up my fears, and I was very old. Translation by Sheenagh Pugh

Location : St Saviour's Church, St Albans, AL1 4DF

12 11 2016 at 19:30

CONCERT | ELGAR THE SPIRIT OF ENGLAND & RUTTER REQUIEM

Music for Remembrance John Rutter - Requiem Edward Elgar – The Spirit of England Sarah Gabriel - soprano Michael Bowden - conductor Islington Choral Society Camden Symphony Orchestra Box Office 020 7222 1061 Tickets £20/15 https://www.sjss.org.uk/events/islington-choral-society-and-orchestra

Location : St. John's, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

23 10 2016 at 15:00

CONCERT | ETHEL SMYTH: AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE | CHELSEA, LONDON

Sarah Gabriel - soprano, actor Felicity Broome-Skelton - violin Heidi Parsons - cello James Longford - piano Sarah Gabriel and the Galos Trio give the London premiere of Ethel Smyth: impressions of an extraordinary life. First performed at the St. David's Festival in Wales, the piece brings together the life of the composer Ethel Smyth and tales of her meeting the musicical legends of her age: Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Mahler, the Griegs, and the Schumanns, amongst others. You can read more about the project here. Further details on tickets to follow shortly

Location : 2 Radnor Walk, London SW3 4BN

25 09 2016 at 15:00

Concert with Christina McMaster St. John's Smith Square

Christina McMaster PIANO Sarah Gabriel ACTOR & SINGER Elizabeth Arnold PIANO Denis Goshchansky PIANO Mark Morris PIANO Debussy 12 Preludes Book 1 • Étude Pour les Octaves • Étude 'Pour les huit doigts' Stravinsky Five easy pieces for piano duet D Scarlatti Sonata in D minor K18 Ligeti Étude No. 4 ‘Fanfares’ and No. 7 ‘Fem’ Satie Gymopédie No. 1 • Sports et divertissements Bartók 6 Bulgarian Dances No. 2 Christina McMaster plays Satie's Sports et Divertissements narrated by Sarah Gabriel Further details here

Location : St. John's Smith Square, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA

13 09 2016 at 13:00

Recital | Forbidden Songs | St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London

Sarah Gabriel soprano Alexandra Vaduva piano Composers and poets banned by the Third Reich Heine songs Schumann – ‘Die Lotosblume’ Mendelssohn – ‘Auf Fluegeln des Gesanges’ Brahms – ‘Es schauen die Blumen’ Op 96 No 3 Schubert – ‘Am Meer’ Berg – 7 early songs Korngold – ‘Songs of the Clown’ Op 29 Weill – ‘That’s him’ Berlin – ‘Let’s face the music and dance’ Gershwin – ‘Love is here to stay’ Further details here

Location : St Martin-in-the-Fields Trafalgar Square London WC2N 4JH

11 09 2016 at 15:00

CONCERT | for Croydon Refugee Centre | Caterham United Reformed Church

Sarah Gabriel | soprano Katherine Nicholson | mezzo-soprano Abigail Burrows | flute Gareth McLearnon | flute Yshani Perinpanayagam | piano An hour of beautiful music on a Sunday afternoon - for voice, flute and piano, spanning 300 years, from Handel to the 21st century. Followed by tea and cake. Collection at the end of the concert for Croydon Refugee Day Centre We will also have a collection box for donations of non-perishable food, toiletries and new clothes, all of which will be very welcome.

Location : Caterham United Reformed Church, Harestone Valley Road, Caterham, CR3 6SX

25 08 2016 at 19:45

Concert Faure Requiem Dartington International Festival

7.45pm Great Hall An Evening of French Music Steven Osborne, Joanna MacGregor - piano Sarah Gabriel - soprano Nigel Perrin - conductor Dartington Choir Dartington Festival Orchestra Debussy Petite Suite Poulenc Sonata for four hands Ravel Ma Mère l’Öye Fauré Requiem

Location : Great Hall, Dartington, Totnes, Devon

19 08 2016 at 19:45

Concert Cecilia McDowall Ave Maris Stella Dartington Festival Orchestra

Sarah Gabriel soprano Gillian Keith soprano Joseph Havlat piano George Vass conductor Sian Edwards conductor Dartington Choir Dartington Festival Orchestra Cecilia McDowall Ave Maris Stella Shostakovich Piano Concerto No.1 Op.35 Haydn Nelson Mass

Location : Great Hall, Dartington, Totnes, Devon

17 08 2016 at 17:00

Solo show (premiere) | Dorothy Parker Takes a Trip | Dartington International Festival

(or: The Ashes in the Cupboard) A brand new one-hour show, co-created with and directed by director Richard Williams, capturing the wit, life and musical times of the legendary American writer, Dorothy Parker.

Location : The Barn Theatre, Dartington

13 08 2016 at

Dartington International Festival & Summer School, 13-20 August 2016

Sarah Gabriel returns to Dartington International Summer School to perform in concert and run the vocal workshop. Further details to follow soon.

Location : Dartington Hall, Dartington, Totnes, Devon

25 07 2016 at 19:30

Recital | Sarah Gabriel & Alexandra Vaduva | Guiting Festival

Location : Church Rd, Guiting Power, Cheltenham GL54 5TX

16 07 2016 at 19:30

"Mr Brecht, are you now or have you ever been...? " | Petworth Festival

A revival of Richard Williams's triumphant staging of Bertolt Brecht's House of Unamerican Activities Committee (HUAC) hearing, with songs by Weill, Eisler and others.

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16 07 2016 at 14:00

Recital | Christina McMaster with Sarah Gabriel as guest artist | Cheltenham International Music Festival

Sarah will sing and narrate the following pieces with Christina: Freya Waley-Cohen In the Bubblegum Jungle Satie Sports et Divertissements Full programme is here Book here

Location : Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham

02 07 2016 at 19:30

CONCERT | Rossini | Petite Messe Solonelle

Islington Choral Society Michael Bowden | Conductor

Location : Further details to follow

09 06 2016 at 19:30

CONCERT | Haydn | Nelson Mass

Macfarlanes Choir Nicholas Harries, conductor In aid of WhizzKidz

Location : St Alban the Martyr, Brook Street (just off High Holborn)

01 06 2016 at 19:30

Concert | Ethel Smyth: Impressions of an extraordinary life | St. David's Cathedral Festival

Sarah Gabriel and the Galos Piano Trio explore the life, music, and encounters of the infamous composer Dame Ethel Smyth and her friends: Brahms, Schumann, Grieg and Tchaikovsky, told in her own words. Sarah Gabriel | Ethel Smyth Galos Piano Trio www.stdavidscathedralfestival.co.uk

Location : St David'ss Cathedral, The Pebbles, St. David's, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA62 6RD

10 05 2016 at 19:30

Milton Babbitt 100 Anniversary Celebration | Music of Our Time

Further details to follow

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17 04 2016 at 19:00

Recital | Forbidden Songs | Sarah Gabriel & Robin Green | Thornbury Arts Festival

Soprano Sarah Gabriel and pianist Robin Green give their debut recital together at Thornbury Arts Festival Forbidden Songs – Music banned by the Third Reich. Music by Schubert, Clara Schumann, Robert Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Mahler, Berg, Schoenberg, Korngold and Weill Tickets £15

Location : Thornbury Arts Festival, Old Down Manor, Tockington

02 04 2016 at 19:30

Concert | Bach | Easter Oratorio & other cantatas | Pau, France

Sarah Gabriel | soprano Katherine Nicholson | alto Samir Savant | tenor Graham Kirk | baritone Matthew Altham | conductor London Bach Players

Location : Eglise Saint Jacques, place de la Libération 64000 PAU, France

31 03 2016 at 19:30

Concert | Berg Lulu with Francoise-Green piano duo

A specially-commissioned arrangement by Kenneth Hesketh of extracts from Berg's extraordinary opera, for soprano Sarah Gabriel, and Francoise-Green piano duo on two pianos, as part of the duo's Viennese concert series at St. John's Smith Square, London. Sarah Gabriel, soprano Antoine Francoise, piano Robin Green, piano Further information here Booking details here http://www.sjss.org.uk/choose-seats?839 More about The Viennese Salon concert series. Website for Francoise-Green piano duo

Location : St. John's Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA More information

19 03 2016 at 19:30

CONCERT | Handel | Messiah

Conductor | Alexander Flood Leader | Adrian Chandler Radlett Choral Society

Location : The Clarendon Muse, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, WD18 7JA

12 03 2016 at 19:00

Concert | Bach | St. John Passion

Christopher Wray, conductor Charivari Agréable Fulham & Hammersmith Choral Society

Location : St Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, Kensington, SW7 4RL

12 02 2016 at 19:30

Milton Babbitt discovery concert

Commemorating the composer's 100th birthay Sarah Gabriel, soprano Part of the MUSIC SCIENCE IMAGINATION series (Brighton Science Festival) To be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Hear & Now on 7th May 2016

Location : St Nicholas Church Dyke Road Brighton, BN1 3LJ

07 02 2016 at 19:30

RECITAL | 'PARIS IN THE SPRINGTIME' | SARAH GABRIEL & VIV MCLEAN

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Viv McLean, piano Jessica Duchen, narrator, author Songs by Debussy, Faure, Poulenc and others Programme also includes a performance of 'Alicia's Gift', written by and narrated by Jessica Duchen, with piano solos played by Viv McLean

Location : St. Mary's Church, Perivale Lane, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 8SS

03 02 2016 at 19:30

Recital | 'Paris in the Springtime' | Sarah Gabriel & Viv McLean

Following their first recital together at SJE Arts, performing the work of Gershwin, soprano Sarah Gabriel and pianist Viv McLean return to Oxford with a programme of songs and piano solos by Poulenc, Hahn, Debussy, Chopin, and other composers who were inspired by Paris. Tickets available soon...

Location : St John the Evangelist Church, 109A Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1EH

11 12 2015 at 19:30

Concert | Strauss Four Last Songs

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Conductor, Mark Edwards Newcastle University Symphony Orchestra Sibelius: Symphony No.1 Strauss: Four Last Songs Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel Tickets: £9, £5, £3. Contact Olivia Cameron on 0191 208 8463 or email Olivia.cameron@ncl.ac.uk Links: Mark Edwards website

Location : Jesmond URC, Burdon Terrace, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 3AE

07 11 2015 at 19:30

Remembrance Concert

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Hounslow Youth Orchestra Programme includes Rule Britannia Let the Bright Seraphim and songs from The Sound of Music and Die Fledermaus

Location : www.hounslowmusic.org.uk

18 10 2015 at 15:00

Concert | 150th Anniversary | Caterham, Surrey

Music from the last 150 years Sarah Gabriel, soprano Julie Groves, flute Yshani Perinpanayagam, piano

Location : Caterham United Reformed Church, Harestone Valley Road, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 6SX

17 10 2015 at 19:30

Prud'hon: The Moving Body, with choreographer Dane Hurst

Two evenings of performance, life-drawing and art inspired by the work of Pierre-Paul Prud'hon. Specially choreographed 'dance sculptures' will slowly come to life during the evening set to live musical accompaniment. Enjoy as an observer or record the spectacle through life-drawing with help from our experienced tutor. This beautiful scene will evolve, culminating in a performance of the critically acclaimed 'O'Dabo' and 'Finding Freedom' a moving solo and duet choreographed by Rambert's Dane Hurst, winner of the Critics Circle National Dance Award for Best Male Dancer of the Year. The duet recently premiered with Rambert at the Wilderness Festival and features Romany Pajdak from the Royal Ballet. As a choreographer Dane has received commissions from Rambert, Place Prize, Barbican, Wilton's Music Hall and will be joined by a team of creatives including photographer/composer Tom Rowland, fashion designer Micol Ragni, soprano Sarah Gabriel, violinist Satoko Fukuda and composer Paul Gladstone Reid. Booking details are here

Location : Dulwich Picture Gallery, London More information

16 10 2015 at 19:30

Prud'hon: The Moving Body, with choreographer Dane Hurst

Two evenings of performance, life-drawing and art inspired by the work of Pierre-Paul Prud'hon. Specially choreographed 'dance sculptures' will slowly come to life during the evening set to live musical accompaniment. Enjoy as an observer or record the spectacle through life-drawing with help from our experienced tutor. This beautiful scene will evolve, culminating in a performance of the critically acclaimed 'O'Dabo' and 'Finding Freedom' a moving solo and duet choreographed by Rambert's Dane Hurst, winner of the Critics Circle National Dance Award for Best Male Dancer of the Year. The duet recently premiered with Rambert at the Wilderness Festival and features Romany Pajdak from the Royal Ballet. As a choreographer Dane has received commissions from Rambert, Place Prize, Barbican, Wilton's Music Hall and will be joined by a team of creatives including photographer/composer Tom Rowland, fashion designer Micol Ragni, soprano Sarah Gabriel, violinist Satoko Fukuda and composer Paul Gladstone Reid. Booking details are here

Location : Dulwich Picture Gallery, London More information

01 10 2015 at 13:00

Recital | St. John's Smith Square | Sarah Gabriel & Viv McLean

Autumn in Paris Sarah Gabriel | soprano Viv McLean | piano Poulenc Metamorphoses

  1. Reine des mouettes
  2. C'est ainsi que tu es 
  3. Paganini
Hahn Chansons Grises
  1. Chanson d’automne
  2. Tous deux
  3. L’allée est sans fin
  4. En sourdine
  5. L’heure exquise
  6. Paysage triste
  7. La bonne chanson
Gershwin An American in Paris (piano solo) Fauré Notre amour; En sourdine Debussy Apparition Poulenc Les chemins de l'amour

Location : St. John's, Smith Square, London

29 09 2015 at 13:15

Recital | Autumn in Paris | Sarah Gabriel & Viv McLean

Songs by Poulenc, Faure, Hahn, Debussy Sarah Gabriel, soprano Viv McLean, piano

Location : St. Brides Church, Fleet Street

12 09 2015 at

Opera | Aldeburgh | Jerwood Opera Writing Programme

Developing new works with composers and librettists

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07 09 2015 at 18:30

Recital | Wigmore Hall | Sarah Gabriel & Dominic Harlan

Sarah Gabriel soprano & Dominic Harlan piano Introduction to Song Programme details to follow. General booking to open soon here.

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20 08 2015 at 19:45

Opera | Poulenc | La Voix Humaine; Weill | songs

Directed by Richard Williams Details to follow

Location : Barn Theatre, Dartington

19 08 2015 at 19:45

Concert | Britten | Les Illuminations

Great Hall, Dartington

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17 08 2015 at 17:15

Recital | Forbidden Song | Romantics and Rebels

The fate of the songs of Schubert, Berg, Schumann, Mendelssohn, Brahms and Schoenberg under the Third Reich. Sarah Gabriel, soprano Alexandra Vaduva, piano

Location : Great Hall, Dartington

24 07 2015 at 13:00

RECITAL | SARAH GABRIEL & VIV MCLEAN

Programme to include Debussy and Poulenc Entry: free; retiring collection

Location : St. Barnabas Church, Ealing

11 06 2015 at 19:30

Concert | Mozart Requiem

Sarah Gabriel soprano Sally Bruce-Payne mezzo-soprano Daniel Turner tenor Matthew Stiff bass Nicholas Harries conductor Macfarlanes chorus Orion Orchestra Concert proceeds will go to Prostate Cancer UK

Location : St Alban the Martyr, Brooke Street (just off High Holborn), EC1N 7RD

01 04 2015 at 19:30

Recital | Sarah Gabriel & Viv McLean

French songs performed by Sarah Gabriel (soprano) and Viv McLean (piano) Beethoven : Violin sonatas Op 12 no 1 and Op 24 'Spring' performed by Ofer Falk (violin) & Viv McLean (piano) Further programme details to follow Free entry; retiring collection

Location : St. Mary's Church, Perivale Lane, Perivale, Middlesex, UB6 8SS

28 03 2015 at 19:30

Women At War | Sphinx Theatre Company | National Theatre

Sarah will sing songs by Weill, Hollander and others at the National Theatre's temporary space, The Shed. The culmination of a two-day celebration, Women Centre Stage, the one-hour show, Women at War will include extracts from Peter Cox’s award-winning A Berlin Kabaret and his play The Question. You can buy tickets here

Location : National Theatre, London

20 03 2015 at 19:30

Concert | Mendelssohn | Elijah

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Greg Hallam, conductor Bracknell Choral Society

Location : Great Hall, Reading University, RG6 6AQ

14 03 2015 at 19:30

Concert | Haydn | Nelson Mass

Sarah Gabriel | soprano Alex Flood | conductor Radlett Choral Society Amadeus Orchestra

Location : St Saviour's Church, St Albans

13 12 2014 at 19:30

Concert | Handel | Messiah

Sarah Gabriel | soprano Katy Bingham-Best | alto Peter Mitchell | tenor Leandros Taliotis | bass Michael Bowden | conductor Islington Choral Society

Location : Christ Church, Spitalfields, London

06 12 2014 at 19:30

Concert | Mozart | Coronation Mass

Sarah Gabriel, soprano The Chiltern Choir Michael Cayton, conductor Mozart Coronation Mass Rutter When Icicles Hang Carols for choir and audience Tickets: £13 (£6 concessions)

Location : St. Mary's Rickmansworth, WD3 1JB

03 12 2014 at 19:30

Recital | Simply Gershwin | Sarah Gabriel and Viv McLean

Sarah Gabriel soprano Viv McLean piano Viv McLean has made Gershwin a speciality. His 2013/4 season opened with performances of Rhapsody in Blue and I Got Rhythm Variations with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Kenwood House. Viv and Sarah will perform a selection of Gershwin favourites with all proceeds from the concert going to the St John the Evangelist building restoration fund. You can buy tickets here: http://www.ox.ac.uk/event/simply-gershwin

Location : St. John the Evangelist, 109A Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1EH More information

29 11 2014 at 19:30

Handel | Dixit Dominus | Schubert | Mass in G

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Sarah Forbes, soprano Felicity Buckland, alto Alexei Winter, tenor David Le Prevost, bass Greg Hallam, conductor Bracknell Choral Society The Senesino Players Tickets £15 (including a glass of wine), accompanied under 18s free Available from Ceri Price on 01344 772962 or ceri.price2@btinternet.com

Location : St Joseph's Church, Stanley Walk, Bracknell, RG12 1HA

18 11 2014 at 19:00

Fauré | Requiem | Bar Choral Society, Temple Church, London

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Roderick Williams, baritone Greg Morris, conductor Tickets available from Temple Music using this link

Location : Temple Church, London

01 11 2014 at 15:00

Songs About Us | Celebrate Voice Festival

Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director Start time TBC Box office opens soon Solitary Hotel premiered at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Oxford Lieder Festival and Ealing Music and Film Festival. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced.

  • ‘A passionate family concert and a show I’d recommend’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
  • From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor
  • ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival

    Location : Celebrate Voice Festival, Salisbury (venue TBC)

    30 10 2014 at 11:00

    Solitary Hotel | Wigmore Hall

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director

  • Start time: 11am - the show lasts approximately an hour
  • Tickets available from the Wigmore Hall website: http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk/whats-on/productions/dominic-harlan-solitary-hotel-36225
  • Songs about Us premiered under the title, 'Solitary Hotel' at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Glyndebourne, Oxford Lieder Festival, Ealing Music and Film Festival, in Howth, Dublin and Brighton Dome. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced.
  • ‘A passionate family concert and a show I’d recommend’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph
  • From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor
  • ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival
  • Location : Wigmore Hall, Wigmore Street, London

    24 10 2014 at 11:15

    Songs About Us | Howth Chamber Music, Dublin

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Paul Carey Jones baritone Dominic Harlan piano

    Location : Church of the Assumption, Howth, Dublin

    22 10 2014 at 19:00

    'Justice' | Book Launch

    Celebrating the launch of 'Justice', the latest book by Justice Edwin Cameron Sarah Gabriel soprano Benjamin Vogt piano Songs by Schubert and Rachmaninov; arias by Handel and Delibes

    Location : Parliament Chamber, Inner Temple, London

    11 10 2014 at 15:00

    Songs About Us | Glyndebourne

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director Start time TBC Box office opens soon Solitary Hotel premiered at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Oxford Lieder Festival and Ealing Music and Film Festival. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced. ‘…generated a high level of excited involvement which made these songs seem viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed.’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival

    Location : Ebert Room, Glyndebourne, Lewes

    07 10 2014 at 15:00

    Songs About Us for Glyndebourne

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director Start time TBC Box office opens soon Solitary Hotel premiered at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Oxford Lieder Festival and Ealing Music and Film Festival. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced. ‘…generated a high level of excited involvement which made these songs seem viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed.’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival

    Location : Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

    06 10 2014 at 15:00

    Songs About Us for Glyndebourne

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director Start time TBC Box office opens soon Solitary Hotel premiered at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Oxford Lieder Festival and Ealing Music and Film Festival. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced. ‘…generated a high level of excited involvement which made these songs seem viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed.’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival

    Location : Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

    05 10 2014 at 15:00

    Songs About Us for Glyndebourne

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Paul Carey Jones, baritone Dominic Harlan, piano, presenter, director Start time TBC Box office opens soon Solitary Hotel premiered at Cheltenham Music Festival in 2013, and has since been performed at Oxford Lieder Festival and Ealing Music and Film Festival. An hour of gorgeous songs by Sibelius, Schumann, Samuel Barber, Dominic Harlan and others in a show that's created as much for the musically uninitiated as for Lieder connoisseurs, for lovers, divorcees, the delightedly single, the heartbroken, the ecstatic, the determinedly solitary, the cautiously curious, the indifferent, the resigned and the insatiable – delivered in a way that you probably haven’t yet experienced. ‘…generated a high level of excited involvement which made these songs seem viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed.’ Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival

    Location : Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

    05 09 2014 at 13:10

    Recital | 'Songs for the end of summer' | St. James's Piccadilly

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Yshani Perinpanayagam piano Quilter - My life's delight Ravel - Mélodies populaires grecques R. Strauss - Das Rosenband, Schlechtes Wetter, Morgen, Ständchen Barber - O boundless, boundless evening Britten - The Last Rose of Summer Poulenc - Les chemins de l'amour the programme will last 50 minutes entrance is free http://www.sjp.org.uk/lunchtime-recitals.html

    Location : 197 Piccadilly London W1J 9LL (nearest tubes: Piccadilly or Green Park)

    18 08 2014 at 19:00

    Britten | Les Illuminations

    The Great Hall, Dartington Details to follow

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    16 05 2014 at 21:00

    A Berlin Kabaret | Sphinx Theatre Company

    Sphinx Theatre presents iconic cabaret numbers from 1920s/30s Berlin and US Cold War ditties - an endlessly surprising, funny and subversive set of songs. Cast: Sarah Gabriel Katie Brennan Richard Maxted John Sandeman Music Director: Joseph Atkins

    Location : Russell Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2RG More information

    14 05 2014 at 21:30

    A Berlin Kabaret | Sphinx Theatre Company

    Sphinx Theatre presents iconic cabaret numbers from 1920s/30s Berlin and US Cold War ditties - an endlessly surprising, funny and subversive set of songs. Cast: Sarah Gabriel Katie Brennan Richard Maxted John Sandeman Music Director: Joseph Atkins

    Location : Russell Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2RG More information

    13 05 2014 at 21:30

    A Berlin Kabaret | Sphinx Theatre Company

    Sphinx Theatre presents iconic cabaret numbers from 1920s/30s Berlin and US Cold War ditties - an endlessly surprising, funny and subversive set of songs. Cast: Sarah Gabriel Katie Brennan Richard Maxted John Sandeman Music Director: Joseph Atkins

    Location : Russell Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 2RG More information

    29 04 2014 at 19:45

    Sarah Gabriel & Orchestra of St. Paul's | Korngold Shakespeare songs (world premiere orchestration) | Southbank Centre Classical Season 13/14

    Shakespeare songs by Korngold in a world premiere orchestration by conductor and composer, Ben Palmer Sarah Gabriel | soprano Ben Palmer | conductor Orchestra of St. Paul's Covent Garden You can buy tickets here, at the Southbank Centre website. Programme Dmitry Shostakovich: Suite from the Incidental Music to Hamlet, Op.32a Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Shakespeare Songs, Op.29 & Op.31 arr. Ben Palmer for chamber orchestra (World premiere) Interval Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Incidental music to Much Ado About Nothing, Op.11 (complete) Korngold's sumptuously romantic incidental music for a 1919 Viennese production of Much Ado About Nothing is partnered with Shostakovich's outrageous and witty 1932 incidental music for Hamlet, written at the same time the composer was working on Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District.

    Location : Purcell Room, Southbank Centre, London

    12 04 2014 at 20:00

    Bach | Mass in B Minor

    Pau, France Sarah Gabriel | soprano Katherine Nicholson | mezzo-soprano Samir Savant | tenor Graham Kirk | Baritone Conducted by Matthew Altham London Bach Players

    Location : Pau, France

    11 04 2014 at 18:30

    Pergolesi | Stabat Mater

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Katherine Nicholson mezzo soprano Nathaniel Mander music director St Andrew's Church, Pau, France

    Location : St. Andrew's Church, Pau, France

    23 03 2014 at 19:30

    Haydn | Nelson Mass

    Magnificat F.Schubert Missa in Angustiis (Nelson Mass) J.Haydn Soprano – Sarah Gabriel (replacing Kristy Swift, who is indisposed) Alto – Martha McLorinan Tenor – Peter Davoren Bass – Greg Hallam And performed by students of Wellington College, movements from Haydn Trumpet Concerto - Maxime Saxena Grøndahl Trombone Concerto – Todd Harris Mozart Horn Concerto No 4 in Eb K495 – Grace Taylor Vaughan Williams Bass Tuba Concerto – Juan Lucas del Azar Tickets : £12 (£2 Students) Box Office : 01344 444000 or 778185

    Location : Wellington College, Crowthorne, West Berkshire, RG45 7PU

    06 03 2014 at 15:00

    Solitary Hotel | Bedales School

    Dominic Harlan | presenter and pianist Sarah Gabriel | soprano Philip Smith | baritone

    Location : Bedales School, Petersfield, Hampshire

    05 03 2014 at 19:30

    Cabaret | Sphinx Theatre Company | WOW Festival at The Southbank Centre

    A celebration of Sphinx Theatre Company at WOW (Women of the World) Festival Featuring Dame Harriet Walter and Beatrix Campbell Songs by Poulenc, Sondheim and Weill Sarah Gabriel | soprano Tom Brady | piano http://www.sphinxtheatre.co.uk/ http://wow.southbankcentre.co.uk/

    Location : Royal Festival Hall | Southbank Centre

    15 02 2014 at 15:00

    Solitary Hotel | Ealing Music and Film Festival

    Dominic Harlan | presenter and pianist Sarah Gabriel | soprano Philip Smith | baritone You can buy tickets here, at the Ealing Music and Film Festival website.

    Location : University of West London, St Mary's Road, Ealing, London, W5 5RF

    13 02 2014 at 19:30

    Songs from 'My Fair Lady' | English Chamber Orchestra | Ealing Music and Film Festival

    Thursday 13th February, 7:30pm (to around 9:30pm) English Chamber Orchestra & Ealing Youth Orchestra Soloists: Alena Baeva (violin) & Sarah Gabriel (soprano) Conductor: Leon Gee Programme: Handel: Royal Fireworks Music (for massed brass & woodwind) Holst: St Paul’s Suite Prokofiev: Violin Concerto No.2 Interval Lerner & Loewe: My Fair Lady: I Could Have Danced All Night; Show Me) Purcell: Suite from Abdelnazar Britten: Young Person’s Guide to the orchestra Tickets £20; concessions are available Link to online booking

    Location : St Barnabas Church, Pitshanger Lane, Ealing, London, W5 1QG More information

    26 01 2014 at 17:00

    Pimlott Foundation Poulenc

    Location : Old House Barn, Great Horkesley, Essex, CO6 4EQ

    03 01 2014 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel & Manchester Camerata | International Concert Series | Venue Cymru Llandudno

    Duncan Ward | conductor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Manchester Camerata New Year’s Viennese Concert Johan Strauss II Der Zigeunerbaron. Overture Stoltz “Du sollst der Kaiser meiner Seele sein” Johan Strauss II Accelerationen Lehar Die Lustige witwe. Vilja Lied Lehar Meine Lippen, die kuessen Johan Strauss II Wienerblut egwyl / interval Johan Strauss II Die Fledermaus. Overture Johan Strauss II “Spiel ich die Unschuld vom Lande” Johan Strauss II “Mein Herr Marquis” Johan Strauss II Künstlerleben Johan Strauss II Frühlingstimmen Johan Strauss II Eljen a Magyar! Johan Strauss II Kaiser-Walzer

    Location : Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales

    02 01 2014 at

    Sarah Gabriel & Manchester Camerata | Ulverston

    Duncan Ward | conductor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Manchester Camerata

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    01 01 2014 at 15:00

    New Year's Day Concert | Sarah Gabriel & Manchester Camerata | Bridgewater Hall

    Duncan Ward | conductor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Manchester Camerata 3pm start From the Bridgewater Hall website... "Something of a Manchester tradition, Manchester Camerata’s much-loved New Year’s Day Viennese Gala concert brings you a light-hearted and uplifting array of favourite Viennese waltzes, polkas and songs." Link to the Bridgewater Hall website for tickets

    Location : Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

    08 12 2013 at 14:00

    'Beyond the Pale' | Benjamin Scheuer's new opera at Aldeburgh

    A week in Aldeburgh, working on Beyond the Pale, a new opera developed as part of the Jerwood Opera Writing Programme. Benjamin Scheuer composer Tom Swift writer Tom Creed director Jonathan Berman conductor Jonathan Green sound designer Sarah Gabriel - soprano - Seersha Diana Quick - actor - Missus Jonathan Gunthorpe - baritone - Trucker Charlotte Forrest repetiteur / sampler Joel Bell electric guitar Dan Bradley percussion Owen Dawson trombone Simon Haram saxophones (soprano, alto, baritone) Mark Lipski double bass Zoë Martlew cello Aisha Orazbayeva violin Tom Rainer trumpet Romola Smith clarinet / bass clarinet Stephen Upshaw viola

    Location : Snape Maltings, Aldeburgh, Suffolk

    24 11 2013 at 14:30

    'The Sins of the Fathers' | world premiere of Jessica Duchen's new play at International Wimbledon Music Festival 2013

    A reading of Jessica Duchen's new play, 'The Sins of the Fathers' at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond as part of the International Wimbledon Music Festival. Wagner: John Sessions Liszt/Frank: Jeremy Child Cosima: Sarah Gabriel

    Location : Orange Tree Theatre, 1 Clarence Street, Richmond, TW9 2SA

    19 10 2013 at 14:30

    'Solitary Hotel' | Oxford Lieder Festival with Dominic Harlan and Philip Smith

    Sarah Gabriel | soprano Philip Smith | baritone Dominic Harlan | piano Solitary Hotel Following a triumphant premiere at Cheltenham Music Festival in July, Dominic, Philip and Sarah come to Oxford Lieder Festival to perform an hour of extraordinary songs for people aged 7 and up. Devised and directed by Dominic Harlan. From Dominic Harlan's previous show, 'When Yesterday We Met'... 'I would never, ever have believed that hardcore song repertoire could be conveyed so immediately, so powerfully and enjoyably to an audience of children. An unmitigated triumph of the imagination' Ian Bostridge, tenor ‘For those of you who were at Harlan's hugely original and inspiring show 'When Yesterday We Met…' will know why I can confidently say it was one of the most extraordinary things I have ever witnessed.’ Meurig Bowen, artistic director, Cheltenham Music Festival Songs by Barber, Sibelius, Schumann, Dominic Harlan and others.

    Location : Holywell Music Room, Oxford

    13 10 2013 at 16:00

    'Solitary Hotel' | Oxford Lieder Festival with Dominic Harlan and Philip Smith

    Songs by Barber, Sibelius, Schumann, Dominic Harlan and others.

    Location : Holywell Music Room, Oxford

    10 10 2013 at 18:30

    Recital Handel's Muses 4: Elisabeth Duparc

    Today, most opera singers perform music that was written for someone else at another point in history. What was it like to be the soprano heroine in a brand new Handel opera - to sing bespoke music, crafted especially for her voice? In this series of concerts, Sarah Gabriel investigates the careers of four of Handel’s favourite sopranos, and the music that Handel composed with each of them in mind. Each programme explores the extraordinary motifs and stylistic quirks that Handel exploited to show off their celebrated voices; the unique styles and flourishes that suited the dramatic talents and beautiful sounds of four utterly distinctive operatic muses. 25 July – Francesca Cuzzoni 8 August – Faustina Bordoni 12 September – Anna Maria Strada 10 October - Elisabeth Duparc

    Location : Handel House Museum, London

    12 09 2013 at 18:30

    Recital Handel's Muses 3: Anna Maria Strada

    Today, most opera singers perform music that was written for someone else at another point in history. What was it like to be the soprano heroine in a brand new Handel opera - to sing bespoke music, crafted especially for her voice? In this series of concerts, Sarah Gabriel investigates the careers of four of Handel’s favourite sopranos, and the music that Handel composed with each of them in mind. Each programme explores the extraordinary motifs and stylistic quirks that Handel exploited to show off their celebrated voices; the unique styles and flourishes that suited the dramatic talents and beautiful sounds of four utterly distinctive operatic muses. 25 July – Francesca Cuzzoni 8 August – Faustina Bordoni 12 September – Anna Maria Strada 10 October - Elisabeth Duparc

    Location : Handel House Museum, London

    08 08 2013 at 18:30

    Recital Handel's Muses 2: Faustina Bordoni

    Today, most opera singers perform music that was written for someone else at another point in history. What was it like to be the soprano heroine in a brand new Handel opera - to sing bespoke music, crafted especially for her voice? In this series of concerts, Sarah Gabriel investigates the careers of four of Handel’s favourite sopranos, and the music that Handel composed with each of them in mind. Each programme explores the extraordinary motifs and stylistic quirks that Handel exploited to show off their celebrated voices; the unique styles and flourishes that suited the dramatic talents and beautiful sounds of four utterly distinctive operatic muses. 25 July – Francesca Cuzzoni 8 August – Faustina Bordoni 12 September – Anna Maria Strada 10 October - Elisabeth Duparc

    Location : Handel House Museum, London

    02 08 2013 at 19:00

    Guiting Festival | Poulenc 'La Voix Humaine' and Weill Cabaret Songs

    Further details here.

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    26 07 2013 at 19:30

    Cumberland Lodge Festival | 'An Undiscovered Country' | An evening of Shakespeare in words and music

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Jonathan Dryden Taylor, actor Iain Farrington, piano

    Location : Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, Windsor, SL4 2HP

    25 07 2013 at 18:30

    Recital Handel's Muses 1: Francesca Cuzzoni

    Today, most opera singers perform music that was written for someone else at another point in history. What was it like to be the soprano heroine in a brand new Handel opera - to sing bespoke music, crafted especially for her voice? In this series of concerts, Sarah Gabriel investigates the careers of four of Handel’s favourite sopranos, and the music that Handel composed with each of them in mind. Each programme explores the extraordinary motifs and stylistic quirks that Handel exploited to show off their celebrated voices; the unique styles and flourishes that suited the dramatic talents and beautiful sounds of four utterly distinctive operatic muses. 25 July – Francesca Cuzzoni 8 August – Faustina Bordoni-Hasse 12 September – Strada del Po 10 October - Elisabeth Duparc

    Location : Handel House Museum, London

    14 07 2013 at 14:00

    Cheltenham Music Festival | 'Solitary Hotel' | Dominic Harlan, Sarah Gabriel, Philip Smith

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Philip Smith baritone Dominic Harlan piano http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/whats-on/2013/storytelling-in-song/ SUN 14 JUL 2:00PM - 3:00PM

    Location : Parabola Arts Centre, Cheltenham

    05 07 2013 at 21:45

    Cheltenham Music Festival | Poulenc 'La Voix Humaine'

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Christopher Glynn piano Edward Dick director Sarah Gabriel will sing Poulenc’s extraordinary monologue opera, La Voix Humaine, on Friday 5th July at the Parabola Theatre. 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the deaths of Poulenc and Cocteau (whose play of the 1930s was turned to music by his composer friend twenty years later). Booking information and further details here: http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/music/whats-on/2013/la-voix-humaine/

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    02 07 2013 at 21:45

    Deal Festival | Poulenc La Voix Humaine

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Christopher Glynn piano

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    07 05 2013 at

    Recital | Georgian Group Fitzroy Square, London

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    01 05 2013 at 19:00

    Concert | Songs of the Pleasure Gardens, East India Club, London

    Sarah Gabriel soprano Julian Forbes tenor Christopher Suckling harpsichord Private concert

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    13 04 2013 at 19:00

    Concert Lotti Mass for Three Choirs, Grosvenor Chapel, London

    Buon Tempi Consort, conducted by Ben Byram-Wigfield The first performance for over 250 years of this Venetian masterpiece, written for 14 voices in three choirs, with instruments Tickets £10 available on the door

    Location : Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley St, Mayfair

    10 04 2013 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Festival Theatre 13/29 Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9FT

    09 04 2013 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Festival Theatre 13/29 Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9FT

    30 03 2013 at 19:30

    Postponed: Opera | Helena | Britten | A Midsummer Night's Dream | Grand Opera Thailand

    Location : AKSARA, King Power Complex 8/1 Rangnam Road, Phya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, 10400

    29 03 2013 at 19:30

    Postponed: Opera | Helena | Britten | A Midsummer Night's Dream | Grand Opera Thailand

    Location : AKSARA, King Power Complex 8/1 Rangnam Road, Phya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok, 10400

    03 03 2013 at 15:30

    Recital | Handel and Jennens

    Extracts from Saul, L'Allegro and Belshazzar (all with libretti by Charles Jennens) including the exquisite duet for soprano and tenor, 'As steals the morn'. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Julian Forbes | tenor Ruth Smith | narrator Oliver Soden | actor Nathaniel Mander | harpsichord please note 3.30pm start time booking opens soon

    Location : Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London, W1

    02 03 2013 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Glasgow

    02 03 2013 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Glasgow

    01 03 2013 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Glasgow

    28 02 2013 at 19:30

    SCOTTISH PREMIERE | Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Glasgow

    15 02 2013 at 19:30

    Concert | Fauré | Requiem | St Martin in the Fields, London

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Julian Charles, baritone Tom Bullard, conductor Richard Pearce, organ Nonsuch singers   Programme:

    Duruflé Quatre motets sur des thèmes grégoriens op 10
    Villette Salve Regina, Hymne à la vierge
    Saint-Saëns O salutaris hostia
    Franck Panis angelicus
    Duruflé Toccata from Suite 5
    Fauré Salve Regina
    Poulenc Litanies à la vierge noire
    Fauré Cantique de Jean Racine
    Fauré Requiem

    Tickets: £25, £22, £18, £12, £8.

    Available here: http://www.smitf.org/event/music/concerts/nonsuch-singers-faure-requiem

    Location : St. Martin in the Fields, London More information

    14 02 2013 at 18:00

    Recital | 'With plaintive notes and am'rous moan': The Nature of Love

    Sarah Gabriel (soprano) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) return to Handel House to explore a theme that ranges from delicate floral traceries and tranquil pastoral scenes to the untameable wilds of the human psyche. From the seductress Delilah's devotional song for Samson, describing the forlorn turtle dove away from its mate, to Alcina's potent sorcery that drives her to turn ex-lovers into wild beasts, Handel uses the power of nature to extraordinary effect to harness or unleash his heroines' most vulnerable and powerful moments in love. The programme will also include arias from Acis and Galatea, Atalanta, rarely-heard Handel cantatas and Il Pensieroso. Short description: A concert for St. Valentine's Day. Booking opens soon.

    Location : Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London, W1

    29 01 2013 at 21:00

    Film première: ‘Tu honoreras ta mère et ta mère’, Paris

    The new film by Brigitte Rouan (who received a Cannes 'special regard' award for her first movie, 'Post Coitum, Animal Triste') will be released in early 2013. 'Tu honoreras ta mère et ta mère' is Sarah’s first film. Credits… LISTE ARTISTIQUE Jo: Nicole Garcia Pierre: Eric Caravaca Lucas: Patrick Mille Fabien: Michael Abiteboul Balthazar: Gaspard Ulliel Granny: Emmanuelle Riva Lucille: Sandrine Dumas Soizic: Hélène Ruys Rachel: Elisa Tovati Deirdra: Sarah Gabriel LISTE TECHNIQUE Réalisatrice: Brigitte Rouan Producteur: Patrick Sobelman / AGAT Films& cie Scénario & dialogues : Brigitte Roüan, Guy Zilberstein et Jean-François Goyet, avec la collaboration de Jacques Akchoti, sur une idée originale de Brigitte Roüan Images : Agnès Godard Montage : Laurent Rouan Son : Michel Casang Musique: Vassilas Grigoris Décors: Thierry François Durée: 96 mm DCP – 1.85 – Dolby SR SRD

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    29 01 2013 at 19:30

    Concert | London Sinfonietta | Webern and the Second Viennese School

    Sarah Gabriel makes her second appearance with London Sinfonietta, this time to sing Webern’s gloriously lyrical Three Lieder (1904) and the much more avant-garde Three Traditional Rhymes Op 17 (1924). Booking information / Southbank website

    Location : Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre, London, SE1

    16 12 2012 at 13:00

    Recital | Chappells, London

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Yshani Perinpanayagam, piano Owing to the indisposition of another singer, Sarah Gabriel will be appearing with Yshani Perinpanayagam at the Yamaha Recital Room, Chappells, Wardour Street, London this Sunday 16th December at 1pm. 45-minute programme, to include songs by Strauss, Cornelius, Ravel, Gruber and others. Tickets are free, but places are limited. You can reserve your seats on the Chappells website. Programme R. Strauss: Ständchen, Das Rosenband, Schlechtes Wetter, Morgen Ravel: Cinq Mélodies populaires grecques arr. Carter: I Wonder as I Wander Warlock: Bethlehem Down Cornelius: Drei Könige Marx: Marienlied R. Strauss: Weihnachtsgefühl Gruber: Stille Nacht Martin/Blane: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

    Location : Yamaha Recital Room, Chappells, 152-160 Wardour Street, London, W1F 8YA

    06 12 2012 at 19:30

    Recital | Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill, London

    Private event

    Location : Mercury Theatre, Notting Hill, London

    04 12 2012 at 19:30

    A Georgian Christmas at 6, Fitzroy Square

    An hour of Georgian Christmas music with readings from the age Sarah Gabriel, soprano Oliver Gerrish, countertenor Ben Fleetwood Smyth, tenor Graham Kirk, baritone Tuesday 4th December, 7.30pm The Georgian Group 6 Fitzroy Square W1 (a few minutes' walk from Warren Street and Great Portland Street stations. Victoria, Northern, District, Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan lines) In the intimate surroundings of Six Fitzroy Square, W1, an immaculately preserved Georgian house and home of The Georgian Group, an hour of Christmas music from the Georgian period (including a few highlights from Handel's Messiah and various well known carols). Tickets, which are very limited, are £20 each (including a glass of fizz) and available from The Georgian Group website using the link below (please click on 'book now'): www.thegeorgiangroup.co.uk

    Location : The Georgian Group, 6, Fitzroy Square, London, W1

    30 11 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Norwich

    30 11 2012 at 14:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Norwich

    29 11 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel appears with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Theatre Royal, Norwich

    24 11 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales

    24 11 2012 at 10:30

    Recital | Some ways to say I love you

    Sarah Gabriel | soprano Robin Green | piano Coffee morning concert at Venue Cymru, Wales

    Location : Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales

    23 11 2012 at 19:30

    WELSH PREMIERE | Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales

    18 11 2012 at 15:00

    Recital | Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate...

    In late 1730s London, the city's 551 coffee houses are considered a hotbed of dissent, hot chocolate is an 'adults only' drink, and that upstart beverage, tea, is keeping a new generation of caffeine addicts awake at night. After their recent popular programmes, Handel's Rivals and Et in Vauxhall Ego, Sarah Gabriel (soprano), Julian Forbes (tenor) and Christopher Bucknall (harpsichord) return to Handel House with one of their occasional romps through the Fashions and Habits of the 18th century, this time focusing on the British obsession with hot drinks. This is a one-hour, non-alcoholic cocktail of drinking songs (many of them not performed for over 250 years) accompanied by polemics and paeans to imbibable vices from letters and essays of the age. As usual, 18th century open-mindedness is advised...

    Location : Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London, W1

    15 11 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

    14 11 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent

    20 10 2012 at 19:30

    Concert | Bloomsbury Festival | Handel's Anthem for the Foundling Hospital

    Music Director, Richard Hetherington. A chance to hear 'Handel's Anthem for the Foundling Hospital' and 'Eternal Source of Light Divine', directed by Richard Hetherington in the perfect surroundings of the Foundling Museum's picture gallery. In 1749, composer Georg Fredric Handel approached the Foundling Hospital offering to help raise funds for the completion of its chapel. A benefit concert was arranged, and his newly composed "Anthem for the Foundling Hospital" received its first performance. Audiences today will undoubtedly recognise the Anthem's final movement as the Hallelujah chorus from Messiah, a work that would hardly have been known to London audiences at the time. Admission: free Book tickets here: http://www.bloomsburyfestival.org.uk

    Location : Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square WC1N 1AZ More information

    20 10 2012 at 14:00

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Following the world premiere at The Lowry, Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage at Sadlers Wells, London, with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Sadlers Wells, London

    19 10 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Following the world premiere at The Lowry, Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage at Sadlers Wells, London, with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Sadlers Wells, London

    18 10 2012 at 18:30

    Concert | Bloomsbury Festival | Handel's Anthem for the Foundling Hospital

    Music Director, Richard Hetherington. A chance to hear 'Handel's Anthem for the Foundling Hospital' and 'Eternal Source of Light Divine', directed by Richard Hetherington in the perfect surroundings of the Foundling Museum's picture gallery. In 1749, composer Georg Fredric Handel approached the Foundling Hospital offering to help raise funds for the completion of its chapel. A benefit concert was arranged, and his newly composed "Anthem for the Foundling Hospital" received its first performance. Audiences today will undoubtedly recognise the Anthem's final movement as the Hallelujah chorus from Messiah, a work that would hardly have been known to London audiences at the time. Admission: free Book tickets here: http://www.bloomsburyfestival.org.uk

    Location : Foundling Museum 40 Brunswick Square WC1N 1AZ More information

    18 10 2012 at 14:00

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Following the world premiere at The Lowry, Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage at Sadlers Wells, London, with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Sadlers Wells, London

    17 10 2012 at 19:30

    Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company | Labyrinth of Love

    Following the world premiere at The Lowry in Salford, Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage at Sadlers Wells, London, with Rambert Dance Company in the new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Music by Grammy award-winning composer, Michael Daugherty Choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Sadlers Wells, London

    12 10 2012 at 19:30

    Labyrinth of Love | Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company

    Grammy award-winning composer Michael Daugherty's new orchestral song cycle for soprano, Labyrinth of Love. Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company, choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Lowry Centre, Salford

    10 10 2012 at 19:30

    World Premiere | Labyrinth of Love | Sarah Gabriel with Rambert Dance Company

    The World Premiere of Grammy award-winning composer Michael Daugherty's new orchestral song cycle, Labyrinth of Love. Sarah Gabriel will appear on stage with Rambert Dance Company, choreographed by Marguerite Donlon, conducted by Paul Hoskins

    Location : Lowry Centre, Salford

    30 09 2012 at 19:00

    Recital | Handel arias | Boston, USA

    Sarah Gabriel | soprano Nathaniel Mander | harpsichord to include arias from Deidamia, Rodelinda, Alcina, Alexander Balus

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    16 09 2012 at 19:00

    Concert | 'The Undiscovered Country' | Shakespeare and music

    Chukwudi Iwuji | actor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Iain Farrington | piano The undiscovered country Chuk Iwuji (RSC, National Theatre, Dr. Who) and Sarah Gabriel bring their shared love of the'poet-lyricist', Shakespeare, and the music that has been inspired by his words. Joined by Iain Farrington at the piano, whose stunning arrangements have been played at the BBC Proms and by some of the world's finest orchestras, they will perform and sing cherished moments and hidden treasures from Shakespeare and favourite composers, to include a world premiere. Caterham School, Surrey, CR3 6YA Sunday 16th September 2012

    Location : Caterham School, Surrey, CR3 6YA

    09 08 2012 at 14:00

    Documentary | 'This modern music' | Schoenberg String Quartet no. 2 op.10

    BBC Four modern classical music series, based on the book, ‘The Rest Is Noise’, by Alex Ross Schoenberg String Quartet no. 2, fourth movement. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Players from London Sinfonietta

    Location : St. Jude's Church, Hampstead

    31 07 2012 at 19:45

    Recital | Brahms Folk Songs | Janacek | The Diary of One who Vanished

    Robert Murray | tenor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Andrew West | piano live recording for BBC Radio 3 Dartington International Summer School

    Location : Dartington International Summer School

    30 06 2012 at 19:30

    Concert | Orff | Carmina Burana

    Soloists to include Sarah Gabriel, soprano Booking details to follow.

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    09 06 2012 at 19:30

    Opera | Governess | 'The Turn of the Screw' | Budapest, Hungary

    The inaugural production of the newly-formed Anglo-Hungarian Opera Company at Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary. Conductor: Gergely Kaposi Director: Daisy Evans Sarah Gabriel will play the role of the Governess in Benjamin Britten's version of Henry James's dark tale. Performance dates: 7, 8, 9 June 'The Turn of the Screw' Sarah Gabriel, The Governess

    Location : Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary

    08 06 2012 at 19:30

    Opera | Governess | 'The Turn of the Screw' | Budapest, Hungary

    The inaugural production of the newly-formed Anglo-Hungarian Opera Company at Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary. Conductor: Gergely Kaposi Director: Daisy Evans Sarah Gabriel will play the role of the Governess in Benjamin Britten's version of Henry James's dark tale. Performance dates: 7, 8, 9 June

    Location : Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary

    07 06 2012 at 19:30

    Opera | Governess | 'The Turn of the Screw' | Budapest, Hungary

    The inaugural production of the newly-formed Anglo-Hungarian Opera Company at Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary. Conductor: Gergely Kaposi Director: Daisy Evans Sarah Gabriel will play the role of the Governess in Benjamin Britten's version of Henry James's dark tale. Performance dates: 7, 8, 9 June 'The Turn of the Screw' Sarah Gabriel, The Governess

    Location : Holdvilag Kamaraszinhaz Theatre, Budapest, Hungary

    29 05 2012 at 20:00

    Concert | Hungarian Cultural Centre

    Fundraising concert for the Anglo Hungarian Opera Company's Budapest production of The Turn of the Screw. A one hour programme of songs and arias, guest starring Diana Montague: Diana Montague (Mezzo-soprano,UK) Ombra mai fu by George Frideric Handel Diana Montague (Mezzo-soprano,UK) Voi che sapete from Le Nozze di Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Livia Farkas (Soprano,Hungary) Ach ich fuls from die Zauberflote by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Dalma Krajnyak (Contralto,Hungary) Mura felici from Donna del lago by Gioachino Rossini Philip Doghan (Tenor,UK) Wohin By Franz Schubert La Serenata by Francisco Paolo Tosti Marie Degodet (Mezzo-soprano,France) Faites-lui mes aveux from Faust by Charles Gounod Diana Montague (Mezzo-soprano,UK) Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix from Samson et Dalila by Camille Saint-Saens Huw Montague Rendall (baritone,UK) Questo amor vergogna mia from Edgar by Giacomo Puccini Sarah Gabriel (Soprano,UK) Les chemins de l'amour by Francis Poulenc Marienlied by Joseph Marx Zachary Devin (Tenor,USA) The prologue from The turn of the screw by Benjamin Britten Tickets: Fifteen pounds (Ten pounds concessions)

    Location : Hungarian Cultural Centre, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7NA

    10 05 2012 at 18:30

    Recital | Fête Galante | Songs with Fortepiano

    Sarah Gabriel (soprano) and Nathaniel Mander (fortepiano) appear as Fête Galante in a concert of dazzling fortepiano solos and much-loved songs by Mozart and Haydn.

    Location : Mandeville Place, London, W1U 3AJ

    23 04 2012 at 13:00

    Concert | Handel, Rameau, Couperin | St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London

    Sarah Gabriel | soprano with The Couperin Trio Davina Clarke | violin Emily Smith | baroque cello & viola da gamba Nathaniel Mander | harpsichord Programme to include extracts from Handel's glorious cantata 'Il trionfo del tempo e del disinganno'

    Location : St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ More information

    16 04 2012 at 18:00

    Recital | House of Lords, London | Handel arias

    Sarah Gabriel (soprano) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) give an invitation-only recital of Handel's arias, to include music from his operas Rodelinda, Rinaldo, Giulio Cesare, Ottone and Partenope.

    Location : House of Lords, Westminster, London

    10 04 2012 at 19:30

    The Hellfire Club @ The Georgian Group

    An hour of 18th century music of the most rakish and reckless, introduced and performed by Sarah Gabriel, soprano and Oliver Gerrish, countertenor Booking details to follow shortly. In the meantime, here's a taster of the nefarious goings-on at the notorious Hellfire Clubs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hellfire_Club

    Location : The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Sq, London W1T 5DX (nearest tube: Warren Street)

    31 03 2012 at 19:30

    Concert | Fauré Requiem & Haydn Mass in Time of War

    Islington Choral Society, conducted by Michael Bowden Gabriel Fauré: Requiem Joseph Haydn: Mass in C (‘Paukenmesse’ - Mass in a time of War) St Alban the Martyr Church, Brooke St, Holborn EC1N 7RD 7.30 pm – doors open 7.00, refreshments available before concert and during interval.

    Location : St Alban the Martyr Church, Brooke St, Holborn EC1N 7RD

    25 03 2012 at 15:00

    Recital | 'Et in Vauxhall ego' | Music from the pleasure gardens

    Following their sell-out programme, Handel's Rivals, Sarah Gabriel (soprano), Julian Forbes (tenor) and Erik Dippenaar (harpsichord) take a twirl around the Vauxhall Roubiliac statue and an unrivalled romp through other notorious London playgrounds of the 18th century. Their programme will be riddled with songs urbane and profane, interspersed with ribald readings from the cantankerous and salacious journals of the age. 18th century open-mindedness advised... Sarah Gabriel, soprano Julian Forbes, tenor Erik Dippenaar, harpsichord Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London 3-4pm Please note the start time - or rather, please note British Summer Time, which will make the start time feel like 2pm. Booking: please call Handel House Museum ticket office on 020 7399 1953

    Location : Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London

    15 03 2012 at 18:30

    Recital | Fête Galante | 'Un projet d'Amour'

    Fête Galante is a new duo formed by Sarah Gabriel (soprano) and Nathaniel Mander (harpsichord) to explore their shared passion for the elegant, elaborate, intimate music of early 18th century France. This, their first programme, Projet d’Amour, includes rarely-heard celebrations of love by French composers Rameau, Duphly and Foucquet, some neglected English airs and a few of Handel’s most romantic arias from Rodelinda, Orlando and Rinaldo. Sarah Gabriel, soprano Nathaniel Mander, harpsichord Part of the Handel House Thursday Live series. Tickets: £9, £5 students Booking: please call Handel House Museum ticket office on 020 7399 1953 Handel House Museum, 25 Brook Street London W1K 4HB (nearest tubes: Oxford Circus and Bond Street)

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    04 03 2012 at 18:00

    Recital | The Chelsea Arts Club, London

    Sarah Gabriel, soprano Dominic Harlan, piano Sarah Gabriel and Dominic Harlan's work together includes projects for Leeds International Festival, Tete-a-Tete Riverside Festival and Glyndebourne. They have chosen an hour of their favourite songs from their previous recitals for their concert at Chelsea Arts Club on 4th March. Programme to include songs by: Debussy, Faure, Strauss, Wolf, Poulenc, Copland and others Tickets: Eight pounds fifty If you're not a member of The Chelsea Arts club, but would like to attend this concert, please go to the Contacts page and send an email with your name and number of tickets required for Sunday evening. The Chelsea Arts Club, 143 Old Church Street, London SW3 6EB (see map below)
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    Location : Chelsea Arts Club, 143 Old Church Street, London SW3 6EB

    26 02 2012 at 19:30

    Concert | Mozart concert aria 'Ch'io mi scordi di te'

    The first concert for The Orchestra at The Nave, an exciting new London venue. An hour-long programme of Mozart. Mozart | 'Ch'io mi scordi di te' concert aria for soprano, piano and orchestra Mozart | Piano Concerto no. 23 K488 Nathaniel Mander | piano Sarah Gabriel | soprano Louis Mander | conductor Tickets £5 (concessions £4) on the door The Nave, 1 St Paul's Road, London N1 2QN (on the corner of Balls Pond and Essex Road) Directions: http://www.visitlondon.com/attractions/detail/914228-nave#prod-map Venue website: www.thenave.org W A Mozart Posthumous portrait of W A Mozart by Barbara Krafft, 1819, painted under the supervision of Nannerl Mozart.

    Location : The Nave, 1 St Paul's Road, London, N1 2QN More information

    18 02 2012 at 19:45

    Recital | Abbandonata | Tour to Scotland

    Invocations of Heaven and Hell Abbandonata Sarah Gabriel, soprano Oliver Webber and Julia Black, violins Jan Waterfield, harpsichord Violoncello, bass viol and direction by Christopher Suckling Programme to include recital for the Georgian Concert Society in Edinburgh Handel La Lucrezia Handel Armida Abbandonata Couperin Leçons de Tenebres 1 & 2 Corelli Trio sonatas Such was the beauty of the Tenebrae service, of which Couperin’s partial setting remains the crown, that many French churches banned their performance, fearful of such scenes as described at Longchamp Abbey. The Princes and Cardinals of Rome had no such scruples, revelling in Classical mythology to expose unspoken fears through some of Handel’s most visceral music. These powerful and contrasting vocal works are drawn together by the Apollonian muse of Corelli, an inspiration for both Couperin and Handel. '...fiendishly complicated playing...fast and faultless' – Critical Review

  • Paolo Veronese: Lucretia Stabbing Herself, 1583-84 (detail)

    Location : St. Cecilia's Hall, Edinburgh http://www.gcs.org.uk/how_to_find.htm More information

    12 02 2012 at 14:00

    OAE & Berlioz at the Southbank Centre | Mort d'Ophélie and other songs

    A short recital and introduction to Berlioz's songs inspired by Shakespeare and his first wife, actress Harriet Smithson. Songs to include 'Le spectre de la Rose' from Les nuits d'été (Summer Nights), Op. 7 and La Mort d'Ophélie. Part of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's celebration of Berlioz at London's South Bank Centre. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Christopher Glynn | piano Direct link to the South Bank Centre's online booking for this event: http://ticketing.southbankcentre.co.uk Delacroix's 'La Mort d'Ophélie', modelled by Harriet Smithson.

    Location : Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London

    22 01 2012 at 15:00

    Recital | Bicentenary Concert | Caterham School, Surrey

    A winter recital at Caterham School, Surrey, CR3 6YA. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Iain Farrington | piano

  • Mozart, Wolf, Marx, Berlioz, Gounod, Strauss, Verdi, Poulenc and others. Entry is free; retiring collection.

    Location : Caterham School, Harestone Valley Road, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 6YA

    19 12 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Handel 'Messiah' | Stamford Arts Centre

    Sarah Gabriel will sing the soprano solos. Orchestra of St Paul's The Syred Consort Ben Palmer | conductor Tickets: £16 full | £14 concessions Box office: 01780 763 203 Book online: Monday 19 December 2011, 7.30pm | Stamford Arts Centre Ballroom, 27 St Mary's Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2DL Book online: Stamford Arts Centre

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    17 12 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Handel 'Messiah' | Sturminster Newton, Dorset

    Sarah Gabriel will sing the soprano solos. Orchestra of St Paul's The Syred Consort Ben Palmer | conductor Tickets: £25 Box office: 01258 475137 Email booking: info@stur-exchange.co.uk Website: http://www.stur-exchange.co.uk

    Location : The Exchange, 1 Old Market Hill, Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1QU

    13 12 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Salon Tuesday | A Georgian Christmas

    Salon Tuesdays continues its 2011-12 season with A Georgian Christmas: an hour-long programme of 18th century Advent and Christmas songs, carols, and readings in the intimate drawing-room setting of the Georgian Group, Fitzroy Square, London. Early booking is advised. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Oliver Gerrish | countertenor Nathaniel Mander | harpsichord Tuesday 13th December, 7.30 pm The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 5DX (nearest tube: Warren Street) Tickets £20 to include a glass of prosecco. Telephone booking: 020 7529 8920 Booking Online booking: www.georgiangroup.org.uk (please go to the events page for December to enter the booking system)

    Location : The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Sq, London W1T 5DX (nearest tube: Warren Street)

    08 12 2011 at 19:45

    Concert | Ensemble 360 | Schubert and Schoenberg

    SCHUBERT Shepherd on the Rock D965 For soprano, clarinet and piano SCHOENBERG String Quartet in F sharp minor Op.10 With soprano BRAHMS Piano Quartet in A Op.26 Sarah Gabriel is replacing Amy Freston at short notice. Schoenberg’s second String Quartet features the precise moment when the composer diverted the course of classical music from lush and romantic tonality to atonal music. The final two movements uniquely feature a soprano, with words from Stefan George’s poem Rapture. Brahms was a big influence on Schoenberg and you can hear this in his Piano Quartet in A, which reveals just how forward-looking the supposedly conservative Brahms really was.

    Location : Thursday 8 December, 7.45pm Crucible Studio Theatre, Sheffield More information

    03 12 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Mendelssohn | Elijah

    Sarah Gabriel |soprano Belinda Williams | mezzo-soprano John Upperton | tenor Ian Caddy | baritone Woking Choral Society Bartholdy Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Ben Palmer

    Location : H. G. Wells Centre, Church Street East, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6HJ

    22 11 2011 at 19:30

    Recital | Salon Tuesday | Unsung Arias

    An hour-long programme of beautiful, rarely-heard songs and arias from the 18th century at the Georgian Group, Fitzroy Square, London. Part of the Salon Tuesday series at The Georgian Group. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Oliver Gerrish | countertenor Erik Dippenaar | harpsichord Tickets £20 to include a glass of prosecco You can book tickets online here (this link takes you directly to the booking page): www.georgiangroup.org.uk

    Location : The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Sq, London W1T 5DX (nearest tube: Warren Street)

    29 10 2011 at 20:30

    Concert | Handel | Messiah

    Sarah Gabriel | soprano Katherine Nicholson | mezzo-soprano Samir Savant | tenor Graham Kirk | baritone London Bach Players Conducted by Matthew Altham Concert in aid of Association pour la Recherche sur les Tumeurs Cérébrales

    Location : Eglise St Martin, Pau, France

    30 09 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Schoenberg | Pierrot Lunaire & Walton | Façade

    Sarah Gabriel | Sprechstimme/reciter William Sitwell | reciter Orchestra of St Paul's Ben Palmer | conductor SCHOENBERG Pierrot lunaire WALTON Façade FRIDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 2011, 7.30pm | Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TS Ticket information coming soon

    Location : Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham More information

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    Presenter | Glyndebourne's Opera Land

    From spring 2011, Sarah will be working with animateur and pianist Dominic Harlan on new films for Glyndebourne's website for young people, Opera Land. To be released Summer 2011. More soon...

    Location : Glyndebourne

    06 08 2011 at 14:00

    Tete a Tete: The Opera Festival. Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London

    On 6th and 7th August, Dominic Harlan, Sarah Gabriel and Philip Smith introduce and explore songs from across Europe in two afternoon concerts for families. Music to include Schubert, Rachmaninov, Wolf and others. ‘When Yesterday we Met…’ A Concert for children and adults alike, with soprano Sarah Gabriel and baritone Philip Smith. Songs by Ives, Schubert, Schumann, Wolf, Rachmaninoff and Dominic Harlan. Suitable for 8+. Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, W6 9RL 020 8237 1111 (12-9pm), www.riversidestudios.co.uk

    Location : Riverside Studios, Hammersmith London W6 9RL More information

    22 07 2011 at 19:30

    Oper(ett)a | Johann Strauss Die Fledermaus (Adele)

    an Iris Theatre production with Orchestra of St. Paul's Covent Garden Conducted by Ben Palmer Sarah Gabriel will sing the role of Adele Full cast details to come soon Friday 22 July 2011, 7.30pm St Paul's Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED Saturday 23 July 2011, 7.30pm St Paul's Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED Sunday 24 July 2011, 6.30pm St Paul's Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED Wednesday 27 July 2011, 7.30pm Budleigh Salterton Festival, Devon EX9 6RZ

    Location : St Paul's Church, Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9ED More information

    05 07 2011 at 19:30

    Recital | Salon Tuesday | Gods and Monsters: Handel Arias

    Salon Tuesdays return to the Georgian Group, Fitzroy Square, with a thrilling hour of some of Handel's most extraordinary arias. Sarah Gabriel | soprano Oliver Gerrish | countertenor Tickets available from the Georgian Group. Click here to book online: http://www.georgiangroup.org.uk/docs/edu/events.php?id=6:7|2011:0:0 Tickets 20 pounds to include a glass of prosecco.

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    03 06 2011 at 19:00

    Recital | Handel Arias | Private birthday celebration

    Arias from Alcina, Alexander Balus, Amadigi, The Choice of Hercules and Rinaldo. With Erik Dippenaar, Harpsichord.

    Location : Handel House Museum, Brook Street, London

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    Opera | Gerald Barry's The Intelligence Park

    The Dublin premiere (and first performance in 21 years) of Gerald Barry's acclaimed 1990 opera, set in 18th Century Dublin. Concert performance. "I have never been more sure of anything than The Intelligence Park. I love every moment of it and always will." Gerald Barry interview in The Irish Times, May 2011. THE INTELLIGENCE PARK an Opera in Three Acts by Gerald Barry Libretto by Vincent Deane ROBERT PARADIES, a composer RODERICK WILLIAMS HENRI D'ESPERAUDEIU, his companion, a philosopher JOHN DASZAK SIR JOSHUA CRAMER a magistrate STEPHEN RICHARDSON JERUSHA CRAMER his daughter SARAH GABRIEL SERAFINO a celebrated castrato ANDREW WATTS FARANESI his companion LORÉ LIXENBERG BOY SOPRANO Gavin Jones In Paradies's opera: WATTLE, a warrior ANDREW WATTS DAUB, an enchantress SARAH GABRIEL Crash Ensemble RICHARD BAKER Conductor More information Gerald Barry biography Opera News review and precis of the 2006 CD of The Intelligence Park Irish Times profile of Gerald Barry, May 2011

    Location : IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

    09 05 2011 at 20:30

    Grande Fête du Théâtre Musical 2011

    An evening of highlights from the past year of musical theatre in France, with one hundred and sixty artists on stage at the Theatre Comedia, Paris, in aid of the humanitarian work of CARE-France. Sarah will sing songs from Robert Carsen's new production of My Fair Lady, in which she played Eliza Doolittle at Théâtre du Châtelet at Christmas. Musical Director: Raphaël Sanchez Tickets (15 € to 45 €) can be purchased online here: http://www.theatrecomedia.fr/reservations-spectacles.html Travel to the theatre • Métro : Strasbourg St-Denis • Bus : 20 - 38 - 39 - 47 • Parking : angle Réaumur Saint martin • Taxi rank : place d’Estienne d’Orves

    Location : Theatre Comedia, Théâtre Comédia - 4, boulevard de Strasbourg, 75010 Paris More information

    09 04 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Haydn | Nelson Mass & CPE Bach | Magnificat

    Kingston Orpheus Choir | Bartholdy Chamber Orchestra Conducted by Ben Palmer C. P. E. Bach Magnificat in D Wq 215 Haydn Missa in Angustiis 'Nelson Mass' Hob.XXII:11 Saturday 9 April 2011, 7.30pm, St Andrew's Church, St Andrew's Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4DT

    Location : St Andrew's Church, St Andrew's Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4DT

    15 03 2011 at 19:00

    Recital | Young Artist Showcase | The Forge, Camden

    Sarah Gabriel Saira Luther Thorbjørn Gulbrandsøy The Segue Sisters Sarah's 30 minute programme, 'Some ways to say I love you' will include the following of her favourite very short songs: Ravel: Chanson de la mariée (Song of the bride) Copland: Pastorale Debussy: Apparition Schubert: Der Zwerg (the Dwarf) Rachmaninoff: The Lilacs Arlen: The morning after Sondheim: Could I leave you? Poulenc: Les chemins de l'amour (The paths of love) Tickets:£11/9 online, £12/10 on the door Booking: www.forgevenue.org Presented by: WildKat PR

    Location : The Forge, 3-7 Delancey Street, London, NW1 7NL More information

    07 03 2011 at 19:30

    Concert | Beethoven | Symphony No. 9 at St. John's, Smith Square

    The 50th concert of the Orchestra of St. Paul's and their last symphony in the Beethoven cycle, with their conductor, Ben Palmer. HAYDN The Representation of Chaos from The Creation MAHLER Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen * BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 9 in D minor 'Choral' Roderick Williams baritone * Sarah Gabriel soprano Ciara Hendrick alto David Webb tenor James Birchall bass Orchestra of St Paul's The Syred Consort Vox Cordis Ben Palmer conductor MONDAY 7 MARCH 2011, 7.30pm | St John's, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HA Ticket information coming soon

    Location : St. John's, Smith Square, London, SW1P 3HA More information

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    Musical | Théâtre du Châtelet | My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle)

    Sarah will play Eliza Doolittle in Théâtre du Châtelet's brand new production (and the premiere in France) of My Fair Lady, opposite Alex Jennings as Professor Higgins. Sarah's performance dates are as follows: December 9 (8pm) December 10 (8pm) December 11 (8pm) December 12 (3pm) December 14 (8pm) December 15 (8pm) December 16 (8pm) December 17 (8pm) December 18 (8pm) December 21 (8pm) December 22 (8pm) December 24 (8pm) December 25 (4pm) December 26 (8pm) December 28 (8pm) December 29 (8pm) December 30 (8pm) December 31 (8pm) January 1st (8pm) January 2nd (3pm) Lerner & Loewe | My Fair Lady Director | Robert Carsen Conductor | Kevin Farrell Designer | Tim Hatley Costume Designer | Anthony Powell Choreographer | Lynne Page Cast includes Eliza Doolittle | Sarah Gabriel Henry Higgins | Alex Jennings Colonel Pickering | Nicholas le Prevost Mrs Higgins | Margaret Tyzack Mrs Pearce | Jenny Galloway Alfred Doolittle | Donald Maxwell Freddy Eynsford-Hill | Ed Lyon Orchestre Pasdeloup Choeur du Châtelet New production, in English, French subtitles 9th December 2010 to 2nd January 2011 Sarah will be performing the role of Eliza for twenty of the twenty-seven performance dates. www.chatelet-theatre.com A view of the theatre

    Location : Théâtre du Châtelet, 1 Place du Chatelet, 75001, Paris (nearest metro: Chatelet)

    15 10 2010 at 19:30

    Concert | London Sinfonietta | Cover Versions

    London Sinfonietta Nicholas Collon | conductor Sarah Gabriel | soprano Couperin (arr. Adès) Les barricades misterieuses Brahms (arr. Woolrich) Ophelia Songs Purcell (arr. Benjamin) Fantasia VII Oliver Knussen ...upon one note Purcell (arr. Matthews) Fantasia XIII Bryn Harrison In Nomine after William Byrd Purcell (arr. Kurtág) Fantasia Upon One Note Machaut (arr. Sciarrino) Rose Liz Machaut (arr. Birtwistle) Hoquetus David Machaut (arr. Kurtág) Rondeau: Doulz viarie gracieus Ockeghem (arr. Birtwistle) Ut Heremita Solus Puccini (arr. Busotti) E L'uccellino Britten (arr. Clyne) Hymn to a Virgin (World Premiere) London Sinfonietta brings a contemporary twist to existing classics. The concert combines arrangements of pre-20th century music from the greats of contemporary music such as Birtwistle, Adès and George Benjamin. You can also hear the world premiere of Anna Clyne's new version of Britten's Hymn to a Virgin. Sarah's profile on the London Sinfonietta website Read The Guardian review

    Location : Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG (nearest tubes: Kings Cross or St. Pancras)

    28 09 2010 at 19:45

    Concert | Salon Tuesday/Abbandonata | Indomitable, Inconsolable: Handel's Heroines

    The official launch of Christopher Suckling's new ensemble, Abbandonata. An hour long programme followed by drinks in the beautiful baroque surroundings of The Georgian Group. Performers Sarah Gabriel, soprano Oliver Gerrish, countertenor Christopher Suckling, cello continuo director, Abbandonata Oliver Webber, violin Jan Waterfield, harpsichord Time: 7.45pm (hour-long programme, followed by drinks) Doors open: 7:15pm Tickets: £20 Tickets available from the Abbandonata website. Update (26th September): SOLD OUT. Returns may be available at the door. www.abbandonata.com Read the review from Critical Reaction

    Location : The Georgian Group, 6 Fitzroy Sq, London W1T 5DX (nearest tube: Warren Street)

    19 08 2010 at 18:30

    Recital | Handel's Rivals

    Performers Sarah Moule | soprano Julian Forbes | tenor Erik Dippenaar | harpsichord As London's pre-eminent musician, Handel inevitably had rivals. Some competed directly, composing for rival opera companies. Others, such as John Gay, Thomas Arne and William Boyce, courted the attention of Londoners in the theatres and pleasure gardens. Others still were rivals in the public imagination only, visitors such as Gluck and Porpora who briefly exhibited in London before continuing their travels. All contributed to a teeming musical and theatrical culture which itself fuelled Handel's legendary industry and innovation, as he forever sought to stay one step ahead.
    Sarah Moule and Julian Forbes present this vibrant programme of curiosities and neglected treasures, including incidental arias for Tobias Smollett's masque, Alceste, composed by Handel to settle a debt with the director of the Covent Garden Theatre in 1749. www.handelhouse.org

    Location : Handel House, Brook Street, London (nearest tube: Bond Street)

    17 07 2010 at 19:00

    Opera | Lorin Maazel's Castleton Festival | The Beggar's Opera (Lucy Lockit)

    Returning to sing for Maestro Lorin Maazel's second Castleton Festival, Sarah will reprise the role of Lucy Lockit in Will Kerley's production of Benjamin Britten's version of The Beggar's Opera. Cast Macheath | Dominic Armstrong Polly Peachum | Julia Elise Hardin Lucy Lockit | Sarah Gabriel Mrs Peachum | Melissa Parks Mr Peachum | Sam Handley Mr Lockit | Michael Weyandt Filch | Donald Groves Mrs Trapes | Sarah Simmons Conductor | Lorin Maazel Director | Will Kerley Designer | Nicholas Vaughan http://www.maestromaazel.com/ http://www.chateauville.org/home

    Location : Castleton Festival, Virginia, USA

    15 07 2010 at 19:00

    Opera | Lorin Maazel's Castleton Festival | The Beggar's Opera (Lucy Lockit)

    Returning to sing for Maestro Lorin Maazel's second Castleton Festival, Sarah will reprise the role of Lucy Lockit in Will Kerley's production of Benjamin Britten's version of The Beggar's Opera. Cast Macheath | Dominic Armstrong Polly Peachum | Julia Elise Hardin Lucy Lockit | Sarah Gabriel Mrs Peachum | Melissa Parks Mr Peachum | Sam Handley Mr Lockit | Michael Weyandt Filch | Donald Groves Mrs Trapes | Sarah Simmons Conductor | Lorin Maazel Director | Will Kerley Designer | Nicholas Vaughan http://www.maestromaazel.com/ http://www.chateauville.org/home

    Location : Castleton Festival, Virginia, USA

    27 05 2010 at 19:30

    Recital | Dusk till Dawn

    Sarah Moule, soprano and William Vann, piano perform their recital programme, Dusk till Dawn for the St. Stephen's Festival of Arts and Faith. This is Sarah's final performance as Sarah Moule before changing her name to Sarah Gabriel on 1st June. Dusk Schubert: Der Zwerg Strauss: Schlechtes Wetter Faure: En sourdine Faure: Nocturne (piano solo) Debussy: C'est l'extase Barber: O boundless, boundless evening Schoenberg Vier Lieder Op. 2 Erwartung Schenk mir deinen goldenen Kamm Erhebung Waldsonne Night and dreams Britten: Nocturne Poulenc: Paganini Berg: Die Nachtigall Korngold: Unvergänglichkeit Gurney: Sleep Strauss: Ständchen Chopin: Nocturne (piano solo) Liszt: O quand je dors Rachmaninov: The Lilacs Dawn Strauss: Morgen

    Location : St Stephen's, Gloucester Road (nearest tube: Gloucester Road)

    22 04 2010 at 19:30

    Concert | London Mozart Players | Mozart Requiem

    Mozart Requiem (K626) Mozart Serenata Notturna (K239) Performers Sarah Moule | soprano Kathryn McAdam | mezzo-soprano Edward Lee | tenor Matthew Stiff | baritone Hilary Davan Wetton | conductor City of London Choir London Mozart Players www.cityoflondonchoir.org

    Location : Freemasons Hall, Covent Garden, London (nearest tube: Covent Garden or Holborn)

    03 03 2010 at 18:00

    Recital | Mozart's Idols

    Sarah returns to Handel House with harpsichordist Erik Dippenaar. 'Let me live, that one day...I will become as immortal as Handel and Hasse, and my name will be as famous as that of [JC] Bach.' Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, aged 9, in a dedication to Queen Charlotte,1765 W A Mozart | An die Freude KV 43b W A Mozart | Ridente la calma KV 210a J A Hasse | Se d’un amor tiranno from Artaserse G F Handel | Come unto him, all ye that labour from Messiah HWV 56 GF Handel | Recitative: Che piu giova celarlo? Aria: M’hai resa infelice from Deidamia HWV 42 JC Bach | Sonata II in D major, op. 5 G F Handel | Recit: Calm thou my soul Aria: Convey me to some peaceful shore from Alexander Balus HWV 65 J A Hasse | Va tra le selve from Artaserse W A Mozart | Abendempfindung KV 523

    Location : Handel House, Brook Street, London

    23 01 2010 at 15:00

    Recital | The Agony and the Ecstasy | Handel duets and arias

    The Agony and the Ecstasy: exquisite and rarely-heard Handel duets and arias. Sarah Moule | soprano Belinda Williams | mezzo-soprano Erik Dippenaar | harpsichord www.handelhouse.org

    Location : Handel House, Brook Street, London (nearest tube: Bond Street)

    07 11 2009 at 17:00

    Opera | Hasse | Artaserse (Mandane)

    The 280-year revival of (Handel's more successful contemporary) Johann Adolf Hasse's celebrated opera, Artaserse. Cast Artaserse | Julian Forbes | tenor Mandane | Sarah Moule | soprano Artabano | Oliver Gerrish | countertenor Arbace | Calvin Wells | male soprano Semira | Katherine Cooper | contralto Megabise | Melanie Saunders | mezzo soprano Continuo Director | Christopher Suckling Leader | Oliver Webber www.ensembleserse.com Reviews ‘[With] some exceptionally difficult music to sing, [Sarah Gabriel] rose to the demands with outrageous ease. The audience was astonished at her volley of coloratura pyrotechnics which underscored her furious aria di parlante “Va tra le selve”. With staccato high Ds and Es flying all over the place, it was a scintillating and blistering rendition…The voice itself is pure and vibrant…A remarkable talent indeed that should, if talent counts for anything today, see her through to the top.' Anthony Lias, Opera-Britannia.com

    Location : St. Giles-in-the-Fields, London, WC2 8LG (nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road)

    05 11 2009 at 19:30

    Recital | Louise Blouin Contemporary Music Series | Finzi Quartet with Sarah Moule

    Part of the Louise Blouin Foundation Concemporary Music concert series, the Finzi Quartet and Sarah Moule perform Schoenberg String Quartet no. 2 and, with Andrew Radley, countertenor and Carina Cosgrove, double bass, Michael Berkeley's astonishing duet for soprano and countertenor, Touch Light. Performers Finzi Quartet Sarah Moule | soprano Andrew Radley | countertenor Carina Cosgrove | double bass Programme Finzi | Romance (arr. Christian Alexander) Schoenberg | String Quartet no. 2 Michael Berkeley | Touch Light www.ltbfoundation.org www.finziquartet.com Artistic Director, Louise Blouin Contemporary Music | Andrew Matthews-Owen

    Location : Louise Blouin Institute, 3 Olaf Street, W11 4BE (nearest tube: Latimer Road)

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    Recital | Dartington International Festival | 1917 | Sarah Gabriel & Gavin Roberts

    Sarah Gabriel | Soprano Gavin Roberts | Piano Sarah and Gavin mark the 100 year anniversary of music composed across Europe in the tumultuous year of 1917

    Location : The Great Hall, Dartington, Devon

    Next Performance

    03 Jun 2017 at 19:30

    Concert | with American Contemporary Ensemble & Joel Sachs

    American Contemporary Ensemble directed by Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) To include: John Cage - Aria (1

    Location : St Nicholas’ Church, Brighton

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