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A monochrome photo of singer Neil Balfour. He has shoulder length hair, short facial hair, and is wearing a fabric suit jacket over a lighter shirt.
Ulverston International Music Festival presents

Lunchtime recital: Song Cycles

Bass-baritone Neil Balfour performs Schumann’s great song cycle Liederkreis Op. 39, setting the poetry of Eichendorff, alongside Anthony Hewitt in Ulverston Parish Church.

Date & Time
Ulverston Parish Church

Standard: £14
Student / Under 25 / Access: £7.50
Unwaged (recipients of means-tested government benefits): £6

Prices inclusive of £1 booking fee

Coro Members don’t pay booking fees

Additional details

Public on-sale: Mon 20 Mar 10am

Doors open at 12:30pm

There is no interval

By booking you agree to our Conditions of Sale and Entry including our refund policy.

Also in the programme are selections from Schumann’s Frauenliebe und -leben, interspersed with songs from Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s One Life Stand, a glittering work written as a companion piece to the Schumann cycle.


Cheryl Frances-Hoad One Life Stand
Robert Schumann Frauenlieben und -leben
Robert Schumann Liederkreis Op.39

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  • 1.00pm

This event is produced by Ulverston International Music Festival

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