“A very, very impressive recital” Hear Rupert Charlesworth and Edwige Herchenroder’s recital disc – Nocturnes – reviewed on Radio 3’s CD Review (from 2h40mins). You can also hear extracts from the disc on France Musique on March 29.
Just released is tenor Rupert Charlesworth and pianist Edwige Herchenroder’s Nocturnes, a disc of mélodies, songs and lieder on Outhere Music. Based on a programme that Rupert and Edwige gave at the Festival Aix-en-Provence in 2014 the disc is a co-production of the Festival and Zig-Zag Territories. Sample tracks here.
Tenor Rupert Charlesworth swept the board at the International Singing Competition for Baroque Opera Pietro Antonio Cesti in Innsbruck. As well as being awarded First Prize by the jury, Rupert was also winner of the audience prize and engagements with Resonanzen Wien and the Theater an der Wien.
Rupert Charlesworth creates the role of the Younger Son in Trauernacht a unique staging of Bach Cantatas by Katie Mitchell with Raphaël Pichon conducting. Performances take place at the Aix-en-Provence Festival on July 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, & 20. The project is a co-production with the Wiener Festwochen, the Opéra national de Bordeaux and the Dutch National Opera
Winner of the 2013 Handel Singing Competition, tenor Rupert Charlesworth appears three times at the 2014 London Handel Festival. He gives a lunchtime recital with Ars Elequentiae on March 13 at St George’s, Hanover Square and joins Laurence Cummings, harpsichord, for a recital at the Foundling Museum on March 19 as well as singing Look down harmonious saint with the London Handel Orchestra on April 4 at St George’s.
Tenor Rupert Charlesworth is through to the final of the Handel Singing Competition. Held in Handel’s church, St George’s Hanover Square, London on April 11, the competition is part of the London Handel Festival.