Lunchtime Recitals

21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30 October |  1, 2, 3, 4 November

The very popular Lunchtime Recitals provide an insight into the artistic personality of some of  the principal singers of the Festival and are a way to ‘meet’ them in an informal setting. In the beautiful and acoustically excellent eighteenth ­century church of St Iberius in the centre of Wexford, audiences appreciate the musical versatility of solo singers who perform a wide variety of music from across the repertoire, including operatic arias, lieder, oratorio, concert and popular songs. One of the delights of attending a Lunchtime Recital is that the programme is not advertised  beforehand, so everyone shares the same degree of anticipation and expectation. Unsurprisingly, the Lunchtime Recitals sell out very quickly. The artists and their performance dates will be announced at the beginning of the Festival.

1.05 p.m.

Tickets €15/€20*


Friday 20 October*

The Thomas Moore Songbook – Una Hunt (piano), Sinead Campbell-Wallace (soprano), Andrew Gavin (tenor)

Saturday 21 October

Romina Tomasoni, Mezzo-soprano, Italy (Governanate/Anna, Risurrezione), Tina Chang (piano)

Tuesday 24 October 

Yuriy Yurchuk, Baritone, Ukraine (Conte Rodolfo, Margherita), Andrea Grant (piano)

Wednesday 25 October 

Matteo D'Apolito, Baritone, Italy (Ser Matteo, Margherita), Carmen Santoro (piano)

Thursday 26 October 

Irish Opera Artists – Rachel Croash (soprano), Patrick Hyland (tenor), Rory Musgrave (baritone), Dearbhla Collins (piano)

Friday 27 October

Adam Lau, Bass, United States (Kind Creon, Medea), Andrea Grant (piano)

Saturday 28 October*

The Thomas Moore Songbook – Una Hunt (piano), Sinead Campbell-Wallace (soprano), Andrew Gavin (tenor)

Monday 30 October

Ruth Iniesta, Soprano, Spain (Glauce, Medea), Giorgio D'Alonzo (piano)

Wednesday 1 November 

Anne Sophie Duprels, Soprano, France (Katiusha, Risurrezione), Stephen Barlow (piano)

Thursday 2 November 

Raffaella Lupinacci, Mezzo-soprano, Italy and Fillippo Fontana, Baritone, Italy (Neris, Medea and Roberto, Margherita), Giorgio D'Alonzo (piano).

Friday 3 November 

Alessandra Volpe, Mezzo-soprano, Italy (Margherita, Margherita),  Tina Chang (piano)

Saturday 4 November

Gerard Schneider, Tenor, Austria/Australia (Prince Dimitri, Risurrezione), Andrea Grant (piano)

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