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Rosenblatt Recitals

Dear subscriber,

We are delighted to announce the line-up for the 16th season of Rosenblatt Recitals, which includes eight concerts at Wigmore Hall plus two exciting concerts at Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. For our valued e-newsletter subscribers we also have an exclusive ticket offer for the new season to thank you for your continued support. Don't forget, there is still one recital left in our 2014/15 season which we hope you will be able to join us for; on Monday 8 June we welcome Italian tenor Marcello Giordani to Wigmore Hall for his second Rosenblatt Recital accompanied by pianist Macrì Simone.

Rosenblatt Recitals 2015/16

Click on each recitalist to access their artist biographies and peruse their programmes.

25% off the first four Wigmore Hall Recitals of 2015/16

If you purchase tickets for the first four Wigmore Hall Rosenblatt Recitals of the 2015/16 season in one booking, each ticket will be reduced by 25% – effectively giving you one recital completely free! In order to redeem this offer, just quote ‘e-newsletter subscriber’ when booking, either in person at the Wigmore Hall Box Office or over the phone on 020 7935 2141.

Booking is now open for the first four Wigmore Hall recitals, and the second half of the Wigmore Hall season will be available from 1 October.
Tickets are also available from the Wigmore Hall website:
www.wigmore-hall.org.uk but NB the offer above is not available online.

Still to come this season...

Dimitri Platanias 

Marcello Giordani Tenor

MacrÌ Simone Piano

» Monday 8 June 2015, 7.30pm
» Wigmore Hall
» TICKETS £15, £20, £25, £30

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"Arguably, the greatest leading tenor of his generation," (Opera News, 2008) Italian Marcello Giordani makes a rare London appearance to round off our 2014/15 season with pianist Macrì Simone. Giordani has performed extensively accross Europe and the US including the New York Metropolitan Opera, where he made his debut in 1993 and has performed leading tenor roles including Met premieres of Berlioz's Benvenuto Cellini and Bellini's Il pirata as well as being the tenor soloist in the Met's 2008 Verdi Requiem in memory of Luciano Pavarotti.

Still connected to his Italian roots, in 2008 Giordani became Artistic Director for Musical Events at Città della Notte, a new arts centre near to Augusta. "I was born in Augusta, a city that I deeply love. I'm proud to be a Sicilian and to be an Augustan." (Marcello Giordani, Augusta Online, 2008). Giordani is also very passionate about nurturing the next generation of opera singers. Find out more about his Marcello Giordani Foundation.

Dimitri Platanias 

We do hope you can join us.

With best wishes from everyone at Rosenblatt Recitals

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