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Sarah Connolly - Mezzo-soprano

Sarah Connolly will sing with Tenebrae on the 24th of October 2018 and will give a masterclass at the Wigmore Hall on the 19th of September 2018.

Cadogan Hall, 6-Aug-2018 / 13:00

BBC Proms at the Cadogan Hall

Sarah Connolly was made a DBE in the 2017.

Kings Place, 14-Oct-2017 / 19:30

Wigmore Hall, 29-Sep-2017 / 19:30

Recital with pianist Malcolm Martineau

Kitty Whately replaced Sarah Connolly on the 10th of April 2017 at the Wigmore Hall and Michaela Selinger replaced her on the 8th of April 2017 at the Royal Festival Hall in a performance of Mahler's Symphony No.8 which also starred Matthew Rose. Her performance with the Vertavo String Quartet due on the 17th of November 2016 was also cancelled.

Wigmore Hall, 9-Sep-2016 / 19:30

Song recital accompanied by Malcolm Martineau on the piano

Royal Albert Hall, 29-Jul-2016 / 19:00

Mahler: Symphony No. 3 in D minor (101 mins)

Sarah Connolly performed in a Wigmore Hall lunchtime concert on the 28th of May 2016 with tenor Robin Tritschler and pianist Joseph Middleton.

Royal Festival Hall, 12-Apr-2016 / 19:00

Mahler: Symphony No.2 (Resurrection)

2015 Concerts

St James's Piccadilly, 11-Nov-2015 / 19:30

  • UK's musicians raised money for Syrian refugee children. The programme included Mahler's Kindertotenlieder with internationally acclaimed Sarah Connolly - all profits went to UNICEF.

Wigmore Hall, 14-Oct-2015 / 19:30

  • Schubert:
    • Verklärung D59, Ammenlied D122, Die Sterbende D186, Abendlied der Fürstin D495, Bertas Lied in der Nacht D653, Die junge Nonne D828, Ellens Gesang I D837, Ellens Gesang II D838, Ellens Gesang III: (Ave Maria) D839, Die Unterscheidung D866 No. 1, Die Männer sind méchant D866 No. 3
  • Brahms: Ständchen Op. 106 No. 1, Da unten im Tale WoO.33 No. 6, Feldeinsamkeit Op. 86 No. 2, Alte Liebe Op. 72 No. 1, Die Mainacht Op. 43 No. 2, Von ewiger Liebe Op. 43 No. 1
  • Wolf:
    • No. 8 Nachtzauber and No. 7 Die Zigeunerin from Eichendorff Lieder
    • No. 1 Auch kleine Dinge from Italienisches Liederbuch
    • Verborgenheit and Gesang Weylas from Mörike Lieder
    • No. 9 Mignon IV: Kennst du das Land from Goethe Lieder
  • Graham Johnson - Piano

Royal Festival Hall, 6-May-2015 / 19:30

  • Elgar:
    • Overture, Cockaigne (In London Town)
    • Sea Pictures
  • Walton: Belshazzar's Feast
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Tadaaki Otaka conducting, Sarah Connolly - Mezzo-soprano, Neal Davies - Baritone, The Bach Choir

Milton Court Concert Hall, 20-Jan-2015 / 19:30

  • Carter: Elegy for Strings
  • Rodney Bennett: A History of thé Dansant
  • Copland: Appalachian Spring
  • Crawford Seeger: Andante for Strings
  • Copland: Eight Poems of Emily Dickinson
  • Britten Sinfonia, Sarah Connolly - Mezzo-soprano, Jacqueline Shave - Violin, director

On the 7th of February 2015 Sarah Connolly sang Mahler's Rückert-Lieder and Zwei Gesänge Op. 91 by Brahms accompanied The Nash Ensemble at the Wigmore Hall.

2014 Concerts

Barbican Hall, 4-Oct-2014 / 19:00

  • Monteverdi: L'incoronazione di Poppea
  • Academy of Ancient Music, Robert Howarth, Alexander Oliver - Stage director, Lynne Dawson as Poppea, Sarah Connolly as Nerone, Marina de Liso as Ottavia, Iestyn Davies as Ottone, Matthew Rose as Seneca

Kings Place, 18-Sep-2014 / 19:30

  • Schönberg:
    • Verklärte Nacht for string sextet, Op. 4
    • Lied der Waldtaube (Song of the Wood Dove) from Gurrelieder for medium voice and chamber orchestra (arr. by the composer)
    • Chamber Symphony No. 1
  • Sarah Connolly CBE - Mezzo-soprano, London Sinfonietta, Nicholas Collon - Conductor

Royal Albert Hall, 23-Jul-2014 / 18:30

  • Tavener: Gnosis (12 mins) BBC commission: world premiere
  • Bartók: Violin Concerto No. 2 (38 mins)
  • Shostakovich: Symphony No. 10 in E minor (53 mins)
  • Michael Cox - Alto-flute, Sarah Connolly, Isabelle Faust - Violin, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Jiří Bělohlávek - Conductor

Wigmore Hall, 14-May-2014 / 19:30

  • Purcell: Lord, what is man (A Divine Hymn) Z192, We sing to him whose wisdom form'd the ear Z199, Evening Hymn
  • Dowland: No 20 Come, heavy sleep (arr. Paul Edlin) from The Firste Booke of Songes or Ayres of Fowre Parts
  • Gurney: No. 4 Sleep from Five Elizabethan Songs, In Flanders, By a Bier-Side, Most Holy Night, Desire in spring, and No. 4 Lights out from Desire in spring
  • Tippett: Songs for Ariel
  • Stanford: La Belle Dame sans merci
  • Elgar: Sea Pictures
  • Britten: No. 3 Lemady from Eight Folk Song Arrangements, No. 1 Tom Bowling from Tom Bowling and Other Song Arrangements, No. 6 O Waly, Waly and No. 3 Sweet Polly Oliver from Folk Song Arrangements Vol. 3 British Isles
  • Bennett: A History of the Thé Dansant
  • Sarah Connolly - Mezzo-soprano
  • Julius Drake - Piano

Wigmore Hall, 23-Apr-2014 / 19:30

An all Duparc programme

  • Chanson triste, Soupir, Romance de Mignon, Sérénade, Le galop, Au pays où se fait la guerre, L'invitation au voyage, La vague et la cloche, La fuite, Elégie, Extase, Le manoir de Rosemonde, Sérénade florentine, Phidylé, Lamento, Testament and La vie antérieure
  • Sarah Connolly - Mezzo-soprano
  • Henk Neven - Baritone
  • Malcolm Martineau - Piano

Barbican Hall, 12-Apr-2014 / 19:30

  • Elgar: The Apostles
  • Sir Andrew Davis - Conductor, Sarah Connolly as Mary Magdalene, Paul Groves as St John / Narrator, Brindley Sherratt as Judas, Gerald Finley as St Peter, Jacques Imbrailo as Jesus, BBC Symphony Chorus

Barbican Hall, 6-Apr-2014 / 19:30

  • Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius
  • BBC Symphony Orchestra, Sir Andrew Davis- Conductor, Sarah Connolly, Stuart Skelton - Tenor, Brindley Sherratt - Bass, BBC Symphony Chorus

Barbican Hall, 8-Feb-2014 / 19:30

Handel: Theodora

  • The English Concert, Harry Bicket - Conductor, Rosemary Joshua - Soprano, Sarah Connolly, Tim Mead - Counter - Tenor, Andrew Kennedy - Tenor, Neal Davies - Bass, Choir of Trinity Church Wall Street

Sarah Connolly made her BBC Proms debut on the 28th of August 1988 in a performance of Vaughan Williams's Serenade to Music and she made her Royal Opera debut as Dido in Purcell's Dido and Aeneas in 2009.