Malachy Frame & Frederick Brown

Friday, 17th November 2023 at 7.30pm

(doors open 7.00pm)

Mylor Theatre, Truro College TR1 3XX

 

Programme:

Schubert:  Winterreise

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Belfast-born baritone Malachy Frame was Northern Ireland Opera's 'Voice of 2016,' having won the competition at the company's annual Festival of Voice

in August. Since then, operatic roles have ranged from Figaro in Mozart’s ‘Le Nozze di Figaro’ to March Hare/White Knight in Todd’s ‘Alice’s Adventures in

Wonderland’. Malachy made his Wigmore Hall debut

singing Bach with the Gabrieli Consort.

 

Frederick Brown was born and brought up in Truro. As a Truro Cathedral chorister he attended Polwhele House School, followed by Truro School before moving

on to Cambridge and the Royal Academy of Music where he studied piano accompaniment under Michael Dussek. Frederick joined the staff of Welsh National Opera as a conductor and pianist in 2018, having previously held a post as répétiteur at the Hamburg State Opera.

 

Malachy and Frederick met at the Royal Academy of Music and have given a number of recitals in London. They are excited to be performing Winterreise together in Truro.

 

 

FRIDAY 15TH DECEMBER 2023

O Duo, percussion duo

(Owen Gunnell & Toby Kearney)

 

 

Programme to include arrangements of:-

Chopin: Revolutionary Étude

Maxwell-Davies: Farewell to Stromness

Steve Reichs: Clapping Music

 

O Duo was formed in 2000 by Owen Gunnell and Oliver Cox who were both scholars at the Royal College of Music. In the summer of 2018 Toby Kearney joined O Duo. Alongside international performances, O Duo has won a Special Commissioning Award from the BorlettiBuitoni Trust and been appointed Artistic Directors of the Children’s Classic Concerts series in Scotland.

 

O Duo has performed across the world. Highlights include appearing at the BBC Proms, at the Last Night of the Proms in Hyde Park, recitals at the Wigmore Hall,

Cheltenham and City of London Festivals. O Duo gave the premiere of Stephen McNeff’s Concert O-Duo at the Barbican as part of BBC Symphony Orchestra’s

80th birthday concert.