LUNCHTIME RECITAL

Holocaust Remembrance
– A meditation in music

Tuesday 31st January, 2023, at 1:15 pm

FREE ADMITTANCE
Retiring Collection

The Programme

Angelynne Hinson – soprano
Amy Lieberman – mezzo soprano
Emmanuella Reiter – viola
Matthew Morley – piano
Robert Bryan – narrator

This programme will last approximately 55 minutes.

Presented with generous support from Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation

Prologue: M Gelbart

Die Nakht (The Night)

Yehuda Karni

Tranquility

H Eisler

An den kleinen Radioapparat (To the little Radio)
translation Eric Bentley

A Copland

My Heart is in the East

Jennifer K Sweeney

from In Flight

R Schumann

Wenn ich ein Vöglein wär (If I were a bird)

L Yampolsky

Dremlen Feygl (Birds are dozing)

M Milner

Viglid (Cradle Song)

J Harbison

Strange

Pentateuch

Deuteronomy

M Blitzstein

Displaced

J Musto

Litany

F Mendelssohn

Herbstlied (Autumn Song)

Traditional Welsh

All through the Night (Ar Hyd y Nos)

M Gelbart

Die Nakht (The Night)

Avrom Sutskever

Who will remain, what will remain?

M Ravel

Kaddish

Rose Duman Holm

Her story

Epilogue

Address to the House of Commons

H Eisler

Reprise of An den kleinen Radioapparat

The Artists

Musical colleagues Angelynne Hinson, soprano and Amy Lieberman, mezzo soprano, have been creating original concerts uniting words, music and storytelling for ten years. Each has extensive teaching and performance experience. Singing in regional theatres, churches and synagogues throughout New England, Angelynne performs in many styles including a cappella jazz, music theatre, oratorio and art song. As former Director of Choral Activities at New England Conservatory and current Head of Vocal Arts at Hebrew College, Amy is a sought-after guest conductor of various chamber ensembles, choruses and orchestras throughout the greater Boston area. Graduates of Harvard University and Stanford University respectively, Angelynne and Amy bring curiosity and passion for literature, theatre and music to the recital format, creating performances that are immediate, accessible and meaningful.

Violist Emmanuella Reiter joined the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in 2017, after eight years as a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. She plays chamber music internationally as well as on the Jigsaw Player’s Concert Series in Wimbledon which she founded in 2008. Born into a family of musicians in Jerusalem, Emmanuella studied violin and piano at the conservatory in Nice, France, violin at the Longy School, eventually earning Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in viola from Boston’s New England Conservatory.

As an actor and singer, Bob Bryan has worked in Radio, TV, Film and the West End. He founded the vocal group Cantabile at Cambridge, and with them gave over 3,000 performances worldwide including in Buckingham Palace and Carnegie Hall, along the way championing the music of Mischa Spolianski, Werner Richard Heymann and the Comedian Harmonists. Bob has also recorded with Schola Hebraeica, New York for the Milken Archive.

Matthew Morley studied piano accompaniment on a Meaker Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music with Alexander Kelly, Geoffrey Pratley and Paul Hamburger. He won all the Academy’s accompaniment prizes and was awarded its Advanced Certificate in Piano Accompaniment. He is also Organist of St Bride’s.

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