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Dear subscriber,

We regret to inform you that Leo Nucci is unable to perform tonight’s Verdi recital at Cadogan Hall due to ill health. We hope to rearrange for a future date, but Cadogan Hall are now processing ticket refunds for this recital. On a more positive note, we look forward to 6 further recitals at Wigmore Hall in 2014, beginning with the highly anticipated London recital debut of award-winning soprano Rosa Feola, to which we are pleased to offer you 2 tickets for the price of 1 as an early Christmas gift!

Rosa Feola


Rosa Feola Soprano


» Thursday 9 January 2014, 7.30pm
» Wigmore Hall
» TICKETS £12, £16, £22, £26

Italian soprano Rosa Feola came to international attention when she won Second Prize, the Audience Prize and the Zarzuela Prize in the 2010 edition of Plácido Domingo’s Operalia, one of the world’s leading competitions for up-and-coming opera singers. In her previous UK appearance in 2012, Feola was praised for her 'exquisite' (The Guardian) performance as Servilia in a concert performance of La Clemenza di Tito at the Barbican.

Rosa Feola as Adina in L'elisir d'amore
Rosa Feola as Adina in L'elisir d'amore

A soprano with a sweet and youthful sound and exquisite purity of phrasing'
The Classical Review

You can hear Feola’s beautiful soprano in the video below as she performs the ‘Sull’aria’ duet in the role of Susanna (with Carmela Remigio’s Countess) in La Fenice’s 2010/11 production of Le Nozze di Figaro.

In order to redeem our 2 for 1 ticket offer on any ticket price, quote the discount code ‘9114’ when ringing the Wigmore Hall Box Office on 020 7935 2141, or when purchasing tickets in person. Please note this offer cannot be redeemed online.

Book now: Call the Wigmore Hall Box Office on 020 7935 2141 or book online at www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

We do hope you can join us.

With best wishes from everyone at Rosenblatt Recitals


Handel Jephtha
14 January 2014, 7pm
Harry Christophers of The SixteenBarbican Hall

The Sixteen, Harry Christophers and a stunning cast of soloists including Sophie Bevan and James Gilchrist perform Handel’s electrifying final oratorio – a heartfelt story of passion, redemption, sacrifice and honour. In Christophers’ opinion it is in many ways his finest and most profound, specifically for its incredible use of the chorus and also for its insight into the characters involved. As always Handel’s genius shines through in his portrayal of the characters.

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