Lucy made an appearance at the 2016 Oxford Lieder Festival, in the ‘Life and Times of Robert Schumann’, stepping in for an indisposed Mary Bevan. This was the second day of Graham Johnson’s fascinating exploration of Robert Schumann.
Lucy Knight will make her début at three of the UK’s leading concert venues this weekend, singing the soprano solos in Karl Jenkins’ Requiem and The Healer Read More
On 18th and 19th May 2016 Lucy Knight will join the Philharmonia Orchestra to sing the soprano solo in Nielsen’s Third Symphony at the Royal Festival Hall, and Bedford Corn Exchange, conducted by Paavo Järvi.
On Thursday 26th November I’m excited to be giving a preview performance of ‘Pepys and Purcell’, my project in collaboration with Poet in the City to celebrate the vocal music of perhaps the greatest musical figure in English cultural history: Henry Purcell
The world première recording ‘The Healer’ has just been released on Karl Jenkins’ new album ‘Voices’, for Warner Classics. In May 2016 we will tour the work in concerts at The Royal Festival Hall, Manchester Bridgewater Hall, and Birmingham Symphony Hall.
Earlier this year I was privileged to work with these young people from Lambeth to create a new performance piece, combining music, drama, dance and spoken word inspired by the ENO’s production of The Indian Queen directed by Peter Sellars. Click ‘Read More’ to view the documentary video.
I am very excited to be making my US/Carnegie Hall solo début in January 2015, singing the soprano solos in the US première of Karl Jenkins: ‘The Healer’, a Cantata for St Luke.
From Monteverdi to Gluck…. rehearsals are now in full swing for this new production of Gluck’s Orphée et Euridice at the Royal Opera House, with John Eliot Gardiner and the English Baroque Soloists, co-directed by Hofesh Shechter and John Fulljames.
The 2014 Grimeborn Festival’s production of Massenet’s ‘Werther’, directed by Aylin Bozok & music director Philip Voldman, has been reviewed in the November 2014 edition of Opera Magazine.