Spring Serenade with Susana Gilardoni Mirski (20 May)

Spring Serenade with Susana Gilardoni Mirski


20 May

1:00pm

Susana Gilardoni Mirski presents a selection of pieces for a return to St Paul's Church and their Free Lunchtime Concert series.
With the subsiding of the Coronavirus we are delighted to welcome back Susana Gilardoni Mirski to present the first concert in our 2021 Free Lunchtime Concert Series.

Set List

F.P.Tosti - Aprile (R.E.Pagliara), In van preghi (G. D’annunzio)

M. Glinka - Bolero (N.Kukolnik), Elegy (E. Baratinsky)

P.I.Tchaikowski - Reconciliation (N. Shcherbina)

H. Wolf - Nimmersatte Liebe (E. Morike)

Verschwiegene - Liebe (J. von Eichendorf)

C. Saint Saens - L’attente  (Les Orientales, V. Hugo), Guitarres et mandolins, Danse macabre (H. Cazalis)

J. Rodrigo - Cancion del Duero (A. Machado)

J. Turina - Cantares, Ernani Braga, Sao Joao dararao  (Northeast Brazilian folklore)

C. Guastavino - La Palomita  (J.L de la Casa), Pampamapa  (H. Lima Quintana), Viniendo de Chilecito (Popular Argentinian folklore)


Susana Gilardoni Mirski was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Passionate for singing started singing lessons at a very early age with the Russian mezzo soprano Nina Slaviansky D'Agreneff. Musical studies include piano, violin and composition, and an introductory course to Musicology at the University of El Salvador, UCA, Buenos Aires.

She has trained vocally and in repertoire with prestigious singers and repetiteurs in Buenos Aires, Florence and London.

Member of Lagun Onak, Cantoria del Socorro, and Bach choir of Buenos Aires, San Marco in Florence and Philarmonia chorus in London.

As a soloist she has performed in Buenos Aires for Ars Nobilis at La Scala de San Telmo, biblioteca Mentruyt, and city churches.

In London at Bolivar Hall, Westminster Music Library and city churches among other venues.

Her repertoire includes the great European masters and Latin American giving pride of place to the Argentinian composers.

David is a very experienced, prize-winning and sought after accompanist having performed at venues such as the Wigmore Hall and Amsterdam Concertgebouw, and developed relationships with festivals such as Aix-en-Provence and Heidelberg partnering some of today's exceptional singers and instrumentalists. 

He studied at both the Royal College and Royal Academy of Music and now works variously as both accompanist and coach at both conservatoires along with Trinity College of Music, as well as a freelance repetiteur and pianist at, amongst others, the Royal Opera House, ENO, Opera Holland Park and Dorset Opera.

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