With a quintessentially British afternoon tea within London’s most iconic venue, this live performance is the ideal way to spend a relaxing Saturday afternoon.
Repertoire to include:
Handel – Care selve from Atalanta
Britten – Essex’s Lute Songs from Gloriana
Lalo – Vainement ma bien aimée from Le Roi d’Ys
Novello – We’ll gather lilacs from Perchance to Dream
Tosti – L’alba Sepàra Dalla Luce L’ombra
Handel – Ombra mai fù from Serse
Bernstein – Maria from West Side Story
Thomas – Adieu, Mignon from Mignon
Di Capua – O Sole Mio
Loft party meets Musical Soirée
Inspired by the Royal Albert Hall's Last Night of the Proms, full of popular classics and rousing singalong anthems, and also the BBC Proms series with it's impressive programme of Orchestral Classical Music, the evening promises a sensational night of rousing favourites and forgotten gems with rising stars from the world of classical music including singers, pianists and a String Quartet.
Our evenings are selling out faster and faster, so early booking is highly recommended!
Opera Holland Park
Joel is on the Young Artist Scheme at OHP and will be singing the role of Don Ottavio.
He will sing two performances with the main cast 20 and 24 June, and in the Young Artist Performance on 22 June.
Lymington Choral Society
Eleanor-Rose Sanderson-Nash (soprano)
Rosanna Cooper (alto)
Joel Williams (tenor)
Harry Thatcher (bass)
Timothy Rice (organ/harpsichord)
Lymington Classical Players
Marjory King (leader)
Michael Goldthorpe (conductor)
St Thomas' Church, Lymington
£15, £12.50 (restricted view), accompanied children free - includes a glass of wine or soft drink
Phone for tickets:01425 614023
Britten Theatre, Royal Collefe of Music, London
Dress rehearsal 3 April
Performances 6 & 7 April
Jonathan Williams conductor
Thomas Lebrun director and choreographer
Singers of the Académie de l’Opéra national de Paris
Singers of the RCM International Opera School
Singers of Les Chantres du Centre de musique baroque de Versailles (dir. Olivier Schneebeli)
RCM Baroque Orchestra
Opera Bastille, Paris
Director | Thomas Lebrun
Conductor | Jonathan Williams
22 March 2017 at 20h
23 March 2017 at 15h
25 March 2017 at 20h
27 March 2017 at 14h
Handel Dixit Dominus
Mozart Mass in C Minor
Anton Bruckner Choir | Dir. Christopher Dawe
London Mozart Players
Rowan Pierce Soprano
Sinéad O'Kelly Soprano
James Hall Countertenor
Joel Williams Tenor
Henry Neill Baritone
Tickets are now on sale to the general public and are priced £26, £24, £20 and £15 (£24, £22, £18 and £13 for concessions).
To book online, visit http://www.sjss.org.uk/, or call 020 7222 1061.
Double cast - Joel's Dates TBC
Michael Rosewell conductor
Harry Fehr director
Yannis Thavoris designer
Dress rehearsals Friday 25 November, Sunday 27th
Monday 28 November, 7PM
Wednesday 30 November, 7PM
Friday 2 Decmber 7PM
Saturday 3 December 7PM
The Royal College of Music International Opera School presents Mozart’s early comic opera La finta giardiniera, sung in Italian and conducted by Michael Rosewell.
Tickets: £10, £20, £30, £40, £50 available from Wednesday 5 October.
Saturday, November 19th 2016
Bedford Corn Exchange - 7.30pm
Mozart - Regina Coeli K276
Kabalevsky - Cello Concerto No.1
Mozart - Kyrie K341
Mozart - Mass in C minor K427
Vocal Soloists: Bethany Seymour, Kitty Whately, Joel Williams, Philip Tebb
Cello Soloist: Neil Martin
Conductor: Michael Rose
Joel Williams tenor
Duncan Appleby piano
Shakespeare and his contemporaries
BARBER LUNCHTIME CONCERTS
The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham
Winner of the 2014 Musica Britannica Sir Antony Lewis Memorial Prize, tenor Joel Williams is a rising star in the world of opera and lieder, and is currently undertaking a Masters Degree at the Royal College of Music. He is joined by Birmingham Conservatoire and Royal College of Music student Duncan Appleby for a recital of music influenced by Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
Anthony Lewis Prize Winner’s Concert: Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
7 October 2016, 1.15 PM - 2.00 PM
Bristol University, Auditorium, Victoria Rooms
Joel Williams, tenor
Duncan Appleby, piano
The Sir Anthony Lewis Memorial Prize Competition was established by the Musica Britannica Trust in 1986 in memory of the first General Editor and Chairman of Musica Britannica. Tenor Joel Williams was the recipient of the 2014 prize: he presents a programme of English song from John Dowland to the present day.
Tilford Bach Society
JS Bach Cantatas 9 - Es ist das Heil uns kommen her?
JS Bach Cantata 132 - Bereitet die Wege, bereitet die Bahn!
Carl Friedrich Abel: Flute Concerto in G major played by Flavia Hirte
Leonardo Leo: Cello Concerto No.4 in A major L.50 played by Carina Drury
Alessandro Marcello: Oboe Concerto in D minor played by Jan Hutek
Rowan Pierce, soprano, Amy Lyddon, alto
Joel Williams, tenor, Daniel D’Souza, bass
Ensemble from the Royal College of Music
Directed from the violin by Adrian Butterfield
featuring His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts
The splendour of the Venetian Baroque, by candlelight
Andrea Gabrieli - Kyrie à 5, 8, & 12, Gloria à 16
Giovanni Gabrieli - Maria Virgo à 10, O quam suavis à 7
Giovanni Battista Grillo - Misericordias Domini à 8, Magnificat Octavi Toni à 12
Giovanni Gabrieli - Plaudite omnis terra à 12
Giovanni Battista Grillo - Ad te levavi à 8
Gioseffo Guami - In die tribulationis à 5
Giovanni Gabrieli - Jubilate Deo à 15