Lorina Gore in Recital
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Lorina Gore Soprano
Alan Hicks Piano
“Programming a recital exploring longing and desire is easy for a soprano – so much of the music written for voice is dedicated to these bittersweet human experiences.
“Folk and art songs have always found ways to communicate, with beauty and poignancy, our universal need to love and to be loved.”
– Lorina Gore, Artist in Focus
Adult – $45
Concession – $41
Under 30 – $30
Complimentary afternoon tea following the recital
Read Megan Stellar’s reflection on the program in rest magazine: There Are Fairies
‘Les chemins de l’amour’
W. A. Mozart
‘Deh vieni non tardar’ (from Le Nozze di Figaro)
‘Gretchen am Spinnrade’
‘Meine Lippen sie Kussen so heiss’ (from Giuditta)
– interval –
‘There are fairies at the bottom of our garden’
Stephen Foster (arr. Warren Michael Swenson)
‘Why, no one to love?’
Prelude – piano only
Toccata – piano only
‘Hereux petit berger’ (from Mireille)
‘Ah! je ris de me voir si belle’ (from Faust)
Presented by The Aerie at Narrabundah, by Lendlease
Image: Sam Tildsley
YOUR CONCERT EXPERIENCE
When to arrive
Please arrive around 1.45pm for a 2pm start. Allow plenty of time for parking as there is a major exhibition currently running at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA). Entry to Gandel Hall will be via the gardens at the front of the NGA.
If you have received your tickets, please show them on entry for contactless checking. If you have not received your tickets, CSO staff will check your name off at the door. There will be limited tickets available at the door (card only, no cash)
Cloaking is available on the ground floor of the NGA.
Free weekend parking available in the underground carpark off King Edward Terrace and above ground carpark off Bowen Drive. Limited mobility parking is available in both carparks (assisted lift access to the NGA via underground carpark only).
Artist profiles and a reflection on the program are included in the second edition of rest, the CSO concert magazine. Copies will be available for purchase ($10 – card only); subscribers may redeem program vouchers for complimentary copies. If you collected a copy of the current edition at Llewellyn Two, we encourage you to bring it along. The reflection is also available online at restmagazine.org.au.
1350 Doors open to Gandel Hall
1400 Recital commences
1425 Brief interval (20 minutes) – complimentary refreshments served
1515 Recital concludes (approx.)
Complimentary afternoon tea will be served during the interval.
All CSO events are delivered in line with ACT Government COVID-safe requirements.
- Do not attend if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or if you should be self-isolating or in quarantine.
- Give each other space – while you will be seated next to other patrons, please be mindful of physical distancing where possible as you move around the venue.
- Practise good hand hygiene, including washing hands frequently with soap and water and covering coughs / sneezes with a tissue or your elbow. Hand sanitiser will be provided.
- Check in on arrival using the Check In CBR app. QR codes will be displayed at the entrance to the National Gallery of Australia.
For more information about CSO COVID-safe measures and our COVID-19 ticket exchange policy, visit cso.org.au/cso-covidsafe. Information specific to the NGA is available at nga.gov.au/covid-19.
We encourage patrons to stay up to date with ACT Government advice via covid19.act.gov.au.