Wednesday 31 May 2017 7:30PM

Christopher Maltman baritone; Malcolm Martineau piano

Poulenc, Schumann, Ravel and more

Additional notes

Confirmation of Programme
The programme for this concert has been concert has been confirmed as listed below

Booking information

This concert is part of Chamber Zone, a free ticket scheme for young people aged 8-25 years old: Please call the Box Office on 020 7935 2141 and quote “Chamber Zone” to book


This concert will be approximately 2 hours in duration, including an interval


Ticket bookings are subject to a £2.00 booking fee. This fee covers the whole booking and is not per ticket.

  • Christopher Maltman baritone
  • Malcolm Martineau piano

In the two decades since winning the Lieder Prize at the 1997 Cardiff Singer of the World Competition, Christopher Maltman has risen to the top of his profession. The British baritone, whose last Wigmore Hall recital inspired a five-star review from the Guardian, is joined by regular duo partner Malcolm Martineau for an exploration of the animal kingdom through song.

  • Sponsored by David Moldon in memory of his brother Peter L. Moldon
  • Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)
        • Le bestiaire
  • Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
        • Die Löwenbraut Op. 31 No. 1
        • Der Handschuh Op. 87
  • Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
        • Histoires naturelles
  • Interval
  • Max Reger (1873-1916)
      • Schlichte Weisen Op. 76
        • No. 48 Zwei Mäuschen
        • No. 51 Die fünf Hühnerchen
        • No. 55 Furchthäschen
        • No. 56 Der Igel
        • No. 57 Die Bienen
        • No. 58 Mausefangen
  • Emmanuel Chabrier (1841-1894)
        • Ballade des gros dindons
        • Villanelle des petits canards
        • Les cigales
  • Hugo Wolf (1860-1903)
      • Mörike Lieder
        • Storchenbotschaft
      • Nachgelassene Lieder
        • Der Schwalben Heimkehr
      • Mörike Lieder
        • Der Knabe und das Immlein
      • Goethe Lieder
        • Der Rattenfänger
  • Flanders & Swann (1956-1967)
        • The Armadillo
        • The Warthog
        • The Gnu

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