Katie Gilbert (Soprano) and David Murray (Piano) invite you to escape for an hour into a world of song, featuring luxurious French songs by Fauré, Debussy, Ravel, Hahn and Poulenc, and passionate Russian songs by Rachmaninov, Balakirev and Tchaikovsky. The recital also includes the exquisite ‘Baïlerò’ from Canteloubes Chants D’Auvergne, and beautiful North East folk songs.
Katie Gilbert grew up in the Tyne Valley, and is delighted to be returning to perform at The Globe. She particularly enjoys performing song repertoire and collaborating on chamber music, both close to her heart. Katie graduated with Distinction in Vocal Performance from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in 2018. Since then, she has become a mother to a beautiful baby boy, and has performed regularly across the country with duo partners on both piano and guitar and with the Oizys Ensemble. She also seeks to inspire music making in others, both in her teaching and working with community groups.
David Murray has had a long career as a musician working in the North East of England. He has combined a career in performance with a strong commitment to teaching over many years. He is well known as a solo pianist, chamber musician and accompanist, and he has also trained many accomplished pianists, now making their own way in the professional world.
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A livestream ticket costs £7.50. You may like to pay more if you are feeling generous or if there is more than one person watching. This would be really welcome at this difficult time when income for musicians and venues is drastically reduced.