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Elizabeth Watts - Soprano

Elizabeth Watts will perform on the 5th April 2020.


Royal Albert Hall, 18-Aug-2018 / 19:30

Royal Albert Hall, 24-Jul-2018 / 19:30

Wigmore Hall, 28-Jun-2018 / 19:30

Wolf: Italienisches Liederbuch

Royal Festival Hall, 18-Mar-2018 / 11:00

Bach: St Matthew Passion (complete, performed in English)

The BBC Proms debut of Elizabeth Watts came in the performance listed below.

Royal Albert Hall, 18-Aug-2017 / 19:30

Mahler: Symphony No 2 in C minor (Resurrection, 85 mins)

Wigmore Hall, 29-Jul-2017 / 19:00

Elizabeth Watts withdrew from her planned Schubert recital at the Wigmore Hall for the 19th of July 2017 due to her pregnancy.

On the 4th of June 2017 she sang with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Rodolfus Choir in both Duruflé's and Fauré's Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall.

Wigmore Hall, 2-Feb-2017 / 19:30

Elizabeth Watts made her BBC Proms at Greenwich debut on the 6th of August 2016 at The Chapel, Old Royal Naval College in Rossini's Petite messe solennelle (81 mins).

Royal Albert Hall, 9-Oct-2016 / 15:00

Mary Bevan has stepped in for Elizabeth Watts, who was pregnant for an all Schubert song recital at the Wigmore Hall on the 19th of July 2017.

Wigmore Hall, 21-Jul-2016 / 19:30

Elizabeth Watts performed with pianist Julius Drake on the 26th October 2015 in a lunch time recital and sang at Roger Vignoles 70th Birthday Concert on the 11th July 2015 both at the Wigmore Hall.

Royal Festival Hall, 30-Mar-2015 / 19:30

Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem

Elizabeth Watts performed in Bach's St Matthew Passion's on the 29th of March 2015. See Ben Johnson for details.

Royal Albert Hall, 14-Dec-2014 / 19:30

Handel: Messiah

Milton Court Concert Hall, 9-Nov-2014 / 19:30

Recital with The English Concert and Laurence Cummings as Harpsichordist and Director

Elizabeth Watts sang in The Pastoral Symphony of Vaughan Williams with the Philharmonia Orchestra being conducted by Nicholas Collon at the Royal Festival Hall on the 12th of October 2014.

Elizabeth Watts is one of the vocalists on a CPE Bach recording that won the Baroque Vocal gramophone award in 2014 with Hans-Christoph Rademann directing the Akademie für Alte Musik.

In 2007 Elizabeth Watts won the Rosenblatt Recital Song Prize at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World Competition.