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Conway Hall Ethical Society presents:

Sunday Concerts:
Julieth Lozano & Lucy Colquhoun

28th May 2023 · 6:30pm - 8:00pm

Doors open: 6:00pm

In person

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Sunday Concerts: Julieth Lozano & Lucy Colquhoun

A 2020 Kathleen Ferrier Award finalist and 2018 recipient of the President’s Award given by The Prince of Wales, soprano Julieth Lozano appeared in the BBC documentary Queen Victoria: My Musical Britain recorded in 2019 at Buckingham and Kensington palaces. She has recently been shortlisted for the Cardiff Singer of the World competition, and we are delighted to welcome her for her Conway Hall début.

Julieth will be joined by pianist Lucy Colquhoun, an increasingly popular figure in the world of song. Alongside her burgeoning career as a song pianist, she is also a member of staff at the Royal College of Music and has won numerous prizes.

The programme explores themes of love, passion and longing, in a selection of songs showcasing how folk song has permeated music across the globe. Alongside some well-known and loved composers, the recital will also give a platform to a number of lesser-known names, including Federico García Lorca, usually known as a poet but whose songs certainly deserve greater exposure.

Julieth Lozano (soprano)
Lucy Colquhoun (piano)


Debussy | From Ariettes Oubliées: C’est l’extase langoureuse & Green (Aquarelle)
Debussy | Apparition
Brahms | Unbewegte, Laue Luft op.57/8
Schoenberg | From 4 Lieder, Op.2: Schenk mir deinen goldenem Kamm
Dvořák | Gypsy songs Op. 55
Nielsen | From Aladdin Op.35: Cithar! Lad min Bøn dig røre (Zither! Let my prayer touch you)
Heise | From Sulamith og Salomon (Sulamite and Solomon) Op.6 : Sulamiths sang i Dronninghaven
Heise | Kærlighedens filosofi (Love’s Philosophy)
Dove | From All who sleep tonight: Prandial Plaint
Dove | From Cut my shadow: Surprise
Henrique | Uirapuru
Ovalle | Azulao
Gilardi | Canción de cuna india
Guastavino | Milonga de dos hermanos
Lorca | From Canciones Antiguas Españolas : Las morillas de Jaén & Nana de Sevilla
León | Rima
Medellin | Colibrí
Braga – From Cinco Canções Nordestinas do Folclore Brasileiro O kinimba & Engenho novo
Grever | Alma mia

Please note: this is a full change of programme and performers from our original concert planned for Sunday 28 May, due to one of the original performers now being unable to perform. We are hugely grateful to soprano Julieth Lozano and piano Lucy Colquhoun for having agreed to step in at short notice.

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Further Info

Our pop-up bar will be open before and during the interval of the performance, in our foyer. It serves a selection of ethically and sustainably produced drinks.

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