Archive listings for Jessye NormanWork type: Concert
Sings American Masters - T1304253167Hear some of the greatest songs in the American musical theatre songbook performed in a rare Royal Festival Hall performance by Jessye Norman. Described by The New York Times as possessing 'an amazing voice, a catalogue of all that is virtuous in singing', Norman treats the audience to classics such as 'Somewhere' by Leonard Bernstein, 'You'll Never Walk Alone' by Rodgers and Hammerstein and 'Mack the Knife' by Weill and Brecht. Norman is a singer whose rich history of music making spans opera, recitals performances, contemporary music and jazz. In February of 2006, she became only the fourth opera/classical music singer in the 48-year history of the Grammy Awards to be presented The Lifetime Achievement Award for Classical Music. 'The immensity of her voice struck like a thunderbolt. It was like an eruption of primal power.' (The Jerusalem Post)Performer Mark Markham (accompanist).
|21 May 12||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
listing details L1543450982
T2027077254 (RFH03)Music Beethoven. Music Danielpour. Music Duparc. Music Mahler.
|12 May 03||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
listing details L1988561081
T01710956889 (WIG01)Performer Jessye Norman (soprano). Music Schubert (Winterreise D911).
|13 Jul 01 to 17 Jul 01||Wigmore Hall, Inner London :: V01709318027|
listing details L01572915458
T889189416 (HAMP00)Company English Chamber Orchester. Conductor Jane Glover.
|13 Jun 00||Hampton Court Palace, Hampton Court :: V0613500332|
listing details L01748187478
|31 Oct 03 to 8 Nov 03||Sadler's Wells Theatre, Inner London :: V224|
listing details L0936575241
|17 Jul 01||Wigmore Hall, Inner London :: V01709318027|
listing details L2043309791
|29 Jul 99 to 31 Jul 99||Barbican Centre, West End :: V371|
listing details L02045175524