A special fundraising concert in support of medical charity Specialists in Pain International Network (SPIN) to enable the organisation to continue its important work
2 December 2016, 7.30pm
St John’s Waterloo
Soprano Anna Cavaliero joins pianists Lee Varney and Frances Wilson (AKA The Cross-Eyed Pianist) for an evening of enticing, delightful and festive music in the elegant setting of St John’s Waterloo
J S Bach/arr. Gyorgy Kurtag – Gottes Zeit is die allerbeste Zeit, BWV 106
Franz Schubert – Ave Maria
Benjamin Britten – Night Piece (Notturno)
Richard Strauss – Morgen! from Five Songs, Op 27
Herbert Howells – Come Sing & Dance
Sergei Rachmaninoff – Etude Tableau in C minor, Op 33, no. 3
Ticket price includes interval mulled wine and mince pies
All profits go to SPIN
SPIN is a multi-professional group of pain management clinicians founded in 2000. Its aims are to engage in a dialogue across cultures with other pain specialists and promote good standards of pain management for patients’ benefit; to educate and train through interactive discourse and lectures in both the clinical management and the basic science of pain; and to encourage and share the results of research.
Anna Cavaliero has performed as a soloist in both Europe and the United States, though she is now based in her native London. An Ian Evans Lombe Scholar supported by a Helen Marjorie Tonks Award, Anna is currently studying for a Masters degree in Vocal Performance at the Royal College of Music under the tutelage of Rosa Mannion and Christopher Glynn. She spent 2014-15 in Salzburg, Austria, studying at the Universität Mozarteum, and at the Mozart Opern Institut. In 2012-13, Anna took courses at The Shepherd School of Music, Houston, Texas, having been awarded the C. D. Broad Scholarship to Rice University. She there met composer Daniel Knaggs, who has written several pieces specifically for her voice. Anna enjoys performing in opera, oratorio, and as a recitalist. She read English at Trinity College, University of Cambridge, where she was also a Choral Scholar under Stephen Layton (2010-14).