Sam Boden on In Tune

May 22, 2018

Samuel Boden
Photo: Marco BorggreveTenor Samuel Boden will appear as a guest on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune on May 23. As well as some Fauré and Britten performed live in the studio listeners can hear his recording of the Charpentier Seconde leçon de Ténèbres du Mercredi saint with Arcangelo directed by Jonathan Cohen  to be released by Hyperion Records.

GUY CUTTING tenor © Ben McKeeWe are delighted to welcome British tenor Guy Cutting to CPM for General Management. A former Choral Scholar at New College, Oxford where he gained a first class degree in music Guy Cutting was the inaugural recipient of the American Bach Soloists’ Jeffrey Thomas Award.

Building a particular reputation as a Bach interpreter his engagements have included appearances with The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Academy of Ancient Music, The Gabrieli Consort, Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, De Nederlandse Bachvereniging, Swedish Baroque Orchestra and the American Bach Soloists. He counts amongst his conductors John Butt, John Duxbury, Edward Higginbottom, Robert Howarth, Johannes Leertouwer, Paul McCreesh, Jeffrey Thomas and Jos van Veldhoven.

 

Kate Howder - Mezzo soprano c.Robert WorkmanMezzo soprano Kate Howden will join the inaugural cohort of Equilibrium Young Artists following extensive world-wide auditions. The Equilibrium initiative was launched by Barbara Hannigan to mentor young professional musicians in the first phase of their career and to provide performance opportunities in Europe and North America, amongst which Kate will sing Baba the Turk The Rake’s Progress with the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hannigan.

Samuel Boden
Photo: Marco BorggreveHaving sung the title role of L’Ormindo at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and Telemaco Il Ritorno d’Ulisse at The Roundhouse for the company tenor Samuel Boden will make his Royal Opera House main stage début on May 10 when he creates the roles of Boy and Young King in George Benjamin and Martin Crimp’s new opera  Lessons in love and Violence. The production by Katie Mitchell will be conducted by the composer with further performances at Covent Garden on May 12, 15, 18, 24 & 26 before being staged as part of the Holland Festival on June 25, 27, 29, July 1, 3 & 5.