Spring Mini-Festival, ‘AN DIE MUSIK’
Tim Travers-Brown countertenor
Matthew Stanley piano
Tim Travers-Brown has a long established career as a counter-tenor that has seen him perform across the globe both as a soloist and ensemble singer. He has sung with Bach Collegium Japan in concerts and recordings in Tokyo, with the Oslo Cathedral Choir, with the Israel Chamber Orchestra in Tel Aviv, and at the Royal Opera House, Wigmore Hall and Royal Festival Hall in the UK, to name but a few. He has performed many concerts with the likes of Tenebrae, Gabrieli Consort, Sixteen and Tallis Scholars, and was a Vicar Choral at St. Paul’s Cathedral. He is currently a Lay Clerk at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle and a passionate Singing Teacher, connected to Eton College and Charterhouse School.
Opening our Spring Mini-Festival, ‘AN DIE MUSIK’, Tim Travers-Brown presents a programme of music bred from the German art tradition and imbeds a few surprises that have been influenced in turn, featuring music by Mozart, Beethoven and Schubert.
This event will have a 20-minute interval. Wine and soft drinks are on sale during the interval.