Song-Recital Melodies and Lieder | Conway Hall London London  | Sat 14th January 2017 Lineup

Song-Recital Melodies and Lieder

Conway Hall London in London

Saturday 14th January 2017

7:30pm til 9:00pm (last entry 9:00pm)

No age restrictions

Varda Kotler - soprano, Israel Kastoriano - piano

 
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Song-Recital Melodies and Lieder on Saturday 14th January 2017

Varda Kotler - soprano
Israel Kastoriano - piano
In the program: Melodies from Schubert, Brahms, Mahler, Debussy, Poulenc, Caplet, Viardot and Wolf. The melodies brings different sides of each composer: Poetic-lyric melodies against Humoristic- satiric.

Varda Kotler studied voice and graduated from the Rubin Academy for music in Tel-Aviv University. Recitals, Operas, Festivals and Concerts have taken her to Paris, New-York, Monte-Carlo, Zurich, Vienna, Geneva, Lausanne and Messina in Italy. Varda kotler recorded in Paris four CD's of Classical music with good Reviews from Magazines in Paris, London and New-York.
Israel Kastoriano studied at the Mannes College of Music, New York, where he graduated with highest honors in both piano and orchestral conducting.

Mr. Kastoriano is pianist and keyboard player of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and as such has collaborated with great conductors including Zubin Mehta, Leonard Bernstein and Kurt Masur. Israel has recorded an album of solo piano music by Mozart and the complete Well Tempered Clavier by J.S.Bach.

The CD of classical music, L'Heure Romantique, is their latest release.

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Artists: Varda Kotler, Israel Kastoriano

Music Genres: 

Classical

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