Please note this event has been rescheduled from Sunday 19 April

Msimelelo Mbali Bass
Simone Ibbett-Brown Mezzo-Soprano
Grace Nyandoro Soprano
Amar Muchhala Tenor
Benson Wilson Baritone

Verdi La Traviata ‘Libiamo ne’ lieti calici’
Dove The Enchanted Pig ‘It’s My Wedding’ (Adelaide’s Aria)
Mozart Don Giovanni ‘La ci darem la mano’
Cilea Adriana Lecourvreur Acerba voluttà, dolce tortura
Delibes Lakmé ‘Flower Duet’
Mozart The Magic Flute ‘O Isis und Osiris’
Puccini Manon Lescaut ‘Donna non vidi mai’
Mozart Cosi Fan Tutte ‘Soave sia il vento’
Verdi Rigoletto ‘Bella figlia dell’amore’

Interval

Bizet
Carmen:
‘L’amour est un oiseau rebelle’ (Habanera)
‘Pre des ramparts de Seville’ (Seguidilla)
‘Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre’ (Toreador)
‘He dis que rien ne m’épouvante’
‘Si tu m’aimes, Carmen’
‘C’est toi, c’est moi’

Be the first to hear the great operatic singers of the future, as leading artists currently breaking into the top ranks perform arias and songs to piano accompaniment. Presented by the Black British Classical Foundation, this soul-lifting concert features the best emerging singers from the BAME community as well as the debut of the Bristol Mass Choir.

The BBCF is a charity that exists to address the under-representation of ethnic minorities in the field of opera and the classical arts in general, and they have championed luminaries such as Elizabeth Llewellyn, Nadine Benjamin and Ronald Samm before they became the stars they are today.

 

Why not pre-order a sharing platter or soup to enjoy ahead of the concert?

Bookable here or via the link above with your tickets, up to 48 hours ahead of the event.

With soup, bar snacks and ice cream available to order on the night.

Saturday 12 September
7.30pm

Black British Classical Foundation – An Evening of Operatic Arias, Duets, Songs and Spirituals

£25, £20, £15, £10

A 5% booking fee applies online and over the phone. A £2 postage fee is charged where applicable.

Recommended Age: 8+

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