Soprano Zoë Brookshaw returns to King’s Place on October 4 to perform the solo Bach Cantata Ich bin vergnügt mit meinen Glück BWV 84 with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Steven Devine directs.
In the latest of the acclaimed Bach cantata series Steven Devine directs the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment from an empty King’s Place, London with a programme including BWV 39 Brich dem Hungrigen dein Brot. He is joined by Rising Stars of the Enlightenment mezzo Bethany Horak-Hallet singing the aria Seinem Schöpfer noch auf Erden and soprano Zoë Brookshaw singing Höchster, was ich habe. Devine also plays and directs works by Pachelbel and Telemann.
Harpsichord and conductor player Steven Devine will contribute to the Radio 3 Home Sessions playing Buxtehude: Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BuxWV 163. Hear his interview with presenter Katie Derham on on BBC Radio 3 In Tune at 18:20 on April 28. The programme is streamed live on the BBC Radio 3 website and will be available as ‘audio on demand’ for 30 days after the broadcast.
It’s an ill wind … The video stream of Steven Devine playing Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier Book 1 live from the National Centre For Early Music “behind closed doors” on 21st March has already been viewed over 66,000 times. The remaining preludes and fugues are scheduled for July 6, 9 & 10. View at https://www.facebook.com/yorkearlymusic/videos/520117185372323/