The Spring is filled with performances of Bach’s Passions in Quebec, Montreal, Carnegie Hall NYC, and London’s Barbican Centre. I have a Brahm’s Requiem in Cologne, several Creation’s in Boston Symphony Hall and a Summer of performances of Verdi’s Otello for Grange Park Opera in the role of Lodovico. I look forward to a performance of RV Williams Sea Symphony at the Cadogan Hall and Dvorak Requiem at next year’s Three Choirs Festival Hereford.
As you can see, I won’t be sat around twiddling my thumbs! I am so grateful that promoters and Orchestras are now making firmer plans after such a devastating time for the Arts due to Covid 19.
We just hope we can fulfil these performances, keep safe and try to look ahead with confidence.
It seemed to me that the few times we were able to go ahead with carefully planned live concerts with good sized audiences, that much joy was to be had on both the stage and in the hall. Long may this continue!