a new lyric drama about Beethoven
Barnes Music Festival 2021, London
a new lyric drama
with with Tama Matheson and Clare Hammond, piano
Midsummer Night’s Dream
with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London
with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra
Stravinsky: A Soldier's Tale
London Mozart Players
Narrator: Tama Matheson
Conductor: Will Vann
Broadcast Day: 3pm Sunday 8 November 2020
Written at the end of the First World War, Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Taleis a parable for all cultures and times. A deserting soldier trades his beloved violin to the devil in return for a fortune, later deliberately losing at cards to win it back. But the Devil is not so easily beaten… Actor Tama Matheson narrates this Faustian story, while rhythms of ragtime, tango, waltz and a march jostle for position in Stravinsky’s devilishly original score. Broadcast on Remembrance Sunday, the concert will end with ‘The Last Post’.
Filmed at the Royal Chelsea Hospital with an audience of Chelsea Pensioners
Exploring Beethoven's Genius
Wimbledon Int. Music Festival
Piers Lane, piano, Jessica Duchen, author and Tama Matheson
from Sat 21 November 2020, 7:30PM to
Sun 22 Nov 2020, 9:00PM
Find out more and book your tickets here
A specially commissioned new drama by Tama Matheson in which Beethoven drops in on pianist Piers Lane as he is about to embark on performing, for the first time, the complete cycle of all 32 Beethoven piano sonatas will be performed at a later date.
Melbourne Opera’s sparkling new production of Richard Strauss’ bittersweet comedy, Der Rosenkavalier (The Knight of the Rose), is an inventive hoot made special by the detail and life of Tama Matheson’s direction.
Bellissimo. VERY special. A beautiful, touching and at the same time light, performance.
His Quest for Peace - Panufnik
with pianist Clare Hammond
Barnes Music Festival 2021
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