Critics


“fascinating … a clever little show about the life and (many) loves of Alma Mahler…a dramatized recital using singers, actors and projections to evoke the heady atmosphere of Vienna in the 1900s”

Michael White / Daily Telegraph, Opera Now, Classical Music, Ham & High /

“an engaging multi-media event”

Robert Hugill / planethugill.com /

“a strong production featuring a female character whose divisive story will resonate with many women today”

“The meaning was accessible to all which is something often overlooked when performing classical music to a modern audience”

Blossom Caldarone / Arts Award Voice /

Audience


Even among serious music lovers Lieder seems to be something of a minority taste. Setting it in its musical and cultural context might win more listeners.

You succeeded in making such connections with aplomb

The Alma Mahler evening was unlike anything from that realm that I had witnessed before…

I loved this. As a Wigmore Hall regular, I wasn’t sure when I booked, but the added context made for a thoroughly enjoyable evening. I will definitely come again

…engaging and beautiful.

Excellent pianist and other performers – a well researched and sympathetically delivered account of Alma Mahler’s life.

I think the lieder are accessible as they are but I loved the way they were used in the story.

we loved it


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