La Traviata, 2018
Photo ©Laurent Compagnon
Sadly, Covid 19 has prevented me from performing live in the last few months. Watch this space for live performances and recordings that are coming soon.
Monday 2nd November 2020, 7.30pm
St Anne’s Church, Highgate
Fauré Requiem arranged for solo soprano and organ, as part of the All Soul’s day service. With Matthew Power (organ).
Saturday 28th November 2019, 7.30pm
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
A further performance of Endless Forms Most Beautiful by Cheryl Frances-Hoad, a seven-song cycle for soprano and string quartet, setting texts on evolution and the environment. With Purcell Chaconne and Fantasias, Nicola LeFanu’s But Stars Remaining and Mozart’s ‘Dissonance’ Quartet.
Further information and booking https://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/events/gildas-quartet-carola-darwin-mozart/
Thursday 18th October 2019, 5.45pm
Oxford Museum of Natural History with The Gildas Quartet
World Première of Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s Endless Forms Most Beautiful. A seven-song cycle for soprano and string quartet, setting texts on evolution and the environment. Funded by Arts Council England, the Ambache Charitable Trust and the Ralph Vaughan Williams Trust. The programme also included Henry Purcell’s Chaconne and Fantasias and Nicola LeFanu’s But Stars Remaining.
19th April 2019, 7.30pm
St Anne’s Church Highgate
Good Friday Recital – Music for penitence and reflection by candlelight. Carola Darwin, Ruth Shwer (sopranos) Sophia Brumfitt (mezzo-soprano) Matthew Power (piano)
12th January 2019
St Michael’s Church, Highgate
Recital with Nicholas Baumgartner. Debussy Ariettes Oubliées and Schumann Liederkreis op. 39 and Kinderszenen.
24th June 2018
Pigott’s Music Camp in Buckinghamshire.
Elettra in Mozart’s Idomeneo (Concert Performance)
18th-27th May 2018
Jackson Lane Theatre, London
Annina in Verdi’s La Traviata with Hampstead Garden Opera.
22nd April 2018
Duke’s Hall, Royal Academy of Music
A Celebration of Jeremy Dale Roberts with Roderick Chadwick (piano)
30th November 2017
St Paul’s Girls’ School
Birthday concert for Nicola LeFanu.
Nicola LeFanu But Stars Remaining.
8th October 2017
East Finchley Methodist Church
With The Hermitage String Quartet and Nicholas Baumgartner (Piano)
Songs by Johanna Müller-Hermann (UK Première), Brahms and Barber. Also
Dvořák Gypsy Songs, Jonathan Dove Ariel Songs.
14th May 2017
Concert at St Mary’s Great Henny Concert with The Hermitage String Quartet
Mozart Exsultate Jubilate; Dvořák Gypsy Songs; Schubert Quartet in A minor