The mezzo-soprano Fleur Barron, whose mother came from Singapore and father from Great Britain, grew up in the Far East and has lived in New York and the United Kingdom. From this global childhood in contact with “the other,” she has gained a special sensibility towards all forms of oppression. Through an extremely diverse programme that mixes Brahms, Messiaen, Ravel, Schoenberg, Weill and many others, she evokes, with empathy and grace, some of the darkest chapters in the colonial history of the West.
Detailed programme and practical information available from May 19, 2021
Reservations from May 26, 2021