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‘Emergence’: Nadine Benjamin, soprano & Nicole Panizza, piano (on-demand until 6/26/2021)

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$8.47-$28.22

Friday, June 11, 2021 (PDT) @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Emergence Music Duo

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Nadine Benjamin, soprano
Nicole Panizza, piano

A Celebration of American Song, broadcast live online from St James’s Piccadilly in the heart of London.

The duo Emergence Music, comprising charismatic, award-winning British soprano Nadine Benjamin and pianist Nicole Panizza, presents a programme of 20th- and 21st-century American song. Featuring works by Lori Laitman, Samuel Barber, Undine Smith Moore, and H, Leslie Adams, and settings of poetry by Emily Dickinson, this recital is a celebration of the range and diversity of American creativity.

“…Nadine Benjamin’s Summertime is one of the loveliest I’ve heard…” Richard Morrison, The Times (Porgy and Bess, English National Opera)

In 2019 Nadine and Nicole released their debut album Emergence – Emily Dickinson (Stone Records) to great critical acclaim. Emergence Music have performed at venues such as the Holywell Music Room, Blackheath Halls, Snape Maltings, and in events such as the Oxford Literary Festival, TORCH Research, and West End Live.

​This concert is part of Piccadilly Piano Plus – a chamber music series at St James’s Church Piccadilly, in which both established and emerging artists celebrate the many facets of the piano as a means of musical expression and education.

The broadcast will begin on 11th Jun 2021 8:30pm British Summer Time / 12:30pm Pacific with on-demand video available for 14 days after the show.

Tickets: £6 ($8.47 US) standard ticket; £10 ($14.11 US) feeling generous; £20 ($28.22 US) feeling very generous

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