the tenor Mark Padmore participates in the XXIII Lied organized by the CNDM and it takes place in the Teatro de la Zarzuela. He will be accompanied on the piano by Roger Vignoles. The first great cycle of Schubert, the beautiful Miller, as the second, Winterreise, on poems by Wilhelm Müller, It is the beginning of a long journey, the optimistic principle, Searching for love; a transfer confident, effusive and dreamer who will soon see you muddied your expectations for the slights. A myriad of emotions, new experiences that we will count the protagonist viva voce from the cheerful game (The walk) until the final post, the almost funerealThe brook Lullaby. The vicissitude will be in fine voice stylist who is Padmore, linking to the domain effusion accent and regulators.
Mark Padmore was born in London and grew up in Canterbury. After starting his clarinet studies, He won a scholarship to study at King's College, Cambridge, graduating in music. It has forged a brilliant career in opera, concerts and recitals, with interpretations of Bach's Passions that have achieved worldwide recognition. In opera he has worked with directors Peter Brook, Katie Mitchell, Mark Morris y Deborah Warner, recently playing the roles of actors Harrison Birtwistle's operas The Corridor and The Cure at the Aldeburgh Festival and the Linbury Theatre, and Handel Jephtha for WNO and ENO, Captain Vere in Britten's Billy Budd and the role of the Evangelist in a production staged in the St. Matthew Passion at Glyndebourne. She also played Peter Quint (Turn of the Screw de Britten) in a TV production for BBC and recorded the title role in La Clemenza di Tito with René Jacobs for Harmonia Mundi. His upcoming roles include the Third Angel (John) en Written on Skin de George Benjamin en la Royal Opera House de Londres.
In concert he has performed with leading orchestras in the world, including the Bayerischer Rundfunk and Berlin Philharmonics, Vienna, New York and London, and the Royal Concertgebouw, Boston, London Symphony y Philharmonia. He appears regularly with the OAE in their productions passions J.S. Bach. It offers concerts worldwide with Kristian Bezuidenhout, Jonathan Biss, Imogen Cooper, Julius Drake, Till Fellner, Simon Lepper, Paul Lewis, Roger Vignoles y Andrew West. Composers like Sally Beamish, Harrison Birtwistle, Jonathan Dove, Thomas Larcher, Nico Muhly, Alec Roth, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Huw Watkins, Ryan Wigglesworth and Hans Zender have written music for him. His discography includes the Missa Solemnis by Beethoven and Haydn Die Schöpfung with Bernard Haitink and the Bayerischer Rundfunk, and Beethoven lieder, Haydn and Mozart with Kristian Bezuidenhout for Harmonia Mundi. Other albums include Handel arias with The Inglés Concert (As Steals the Morn, Premio BBC Music Magazine), Schubert cycles with Paul Lewis (Winterreise, Gramophone Award 2010), Dichterliebe the Schumann con Kristian Bezuidenhout (Premio Edison Classic 2011) y Serenade, Nocturne Finzi and Britten Dies Natalis the Britten Sinfonia (Premio ECHO Klassik 2013). also he won a BBC Music Magazine Award 2013 by Matthew Passion staged with the Berlin Philharmonic and Rattle. He was elected Vocalist of the Year 2016 Musical America magazine and received an honorary doctorate from the University of Kent in 2014. He is Artistic Director of the St. Endellion Summer Music Festival de Cornwall.
Monday 21 November 2016, to 20:00h. at the Teatro de la Zarzuela.