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Lucy Crowe soprano
Anna Tilbrook piano

Jonathan Dove Youth Gone (World Premiere)
Henry Purcell Bess of Bedlam Z370
Franz Schubert An Silva D891
Gretchen am Spinnade D118
Marie D658
Suleika I D720
Felix Mendelssohn Ach, um deine feuchten Schwingen Op. 34 No 4
Robert Schumann Lieder und Gesänge aus Wilhelm
Meister Op. 98a; No. 1 Kennst du das Land?
Myrthen Op. 25; Lied der Suleika
Hugo Wolf Goethe Lieder; Philine
Richard Strauss Drei Lieder der Ophelia Op. 67
Cäcilie Op. 27 No 2
Reynaldo Hahn A Chloris
Gabriel Fauré Lydia Op. 4 No 2
Sylvie Op. 6 No 3
Nell Op. 18 No 1
Claude Debussy Jane
Henri Duparc Phildylé
Émile Paladilhe Psyché
William Walton Daphne
Beatriz’s Song
Benjamin Britten Sweet Polly Oliver
Hoagy Carmichael Georgia on my Mind
Cole Porter Miss Otis Regrets

Betrayed women, eroticism and chastity are among the subjects of internationally renowned soprano Lucy Crowe’s selection of songs for this dramatic and original concert, with celebrated pianist Anna Tilbrook. Lucy Crowe is in demand all over the world in both operatic roles and in concert, recently appearing at the Royal Opera House, the Metropolitan Opera and with the London Symphony and Berlin Philharmonic orchestras. The programme opens with the World Premiere of Jonathan Dove’s Youth Gone written especially for this recital and the Festival’s 75th anniversary. Then sublime settings of poetry by Goethe, Novalis and Shakespeare accompanied by music including Schubert’s exquisite Marie and Wolf’s seductive Philine.

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Liberal Democrat Pittville Ward Councillor Dennis Parsons has issued a trial closure of West Approach Drive gates at Pittville Pump Room from Monday 1 July to Sunday 14 July. We ask if you’re travelling by car to the venue please take Albert Road and use the East Approach Drive gate instead of the West Approach Drive gate as this will be closed.

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Pittville Pump Room

Pittville Pump Room is an elegant Grade 1 listed Regency building and perhaps the most famous example of Regency architecture in Cheltenham. Standing in regal splendour at one end of Pittville Park, the Pump Room is a monument to more than 100 years of fame that Cheltenham enjoyed as a Spa town.

The Festival’s morning recitals at the Pump Room are its continuing glory

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