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Peter Walker

Peter Walker

Bass vocalist Peter Walker is celebrated for his interpretations of early, classical and contemporary repertoire. Recent performances include the bass solo part in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at the Staunton Music Festival and in J. S. Bach's Cantata no. 36 with Boston's Handel and Haydn Society. Walker has toured with the Clarion Choir in St Petersburg, Moscow and London and appeared in his home country - the United States – with several early music ensembles and orchestras, such as the Texas Early Music Project, Stamford Symphony, Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Apollo's Fire, and Skylark Ensemble. Walker sings in the New York-based Choir of St. Luke in the Fields and is a founder member of Marginalia, an ensemble that specialises in medieval music. He studied under Drew Minter and Sanford Sylvan. Walker lectures on early music at Vassar College and the University of Virginia.


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Programme

20. Tuupala Primary School 15.00

Franz Schubert (1797—1828):

An die Sonne, D. 439 for mixed voices and piano (1816)

Thu
18.7.

26. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.15

Vladimir Mendelssohn (1949):

Mata Hari's last dance (premiere)

Fri
19.7.

27. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Johannes Brahms (1833—1897):

Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52 for mixed voices and piano four hands (1868-69)

Fri
19.7.

27. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Arvo Pärt (1935):

The Woman with the Alabaster Box for mixed choir a cappella (1997)

Fri
19.7.

27. Kuhmo Arts Centre 20.15

Jean Sibelius (1865—1957):

Evige Eros (Eternal Eros), Op. 84/4 for male choir (1915)

Fri
19.7.

49. Tuupala Primary School 16.00

Franz Schubert (1797—1828):

Lied des Orpheus, D. 474 (1816)

Tue
23.7.

57. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Haridas Greif (1950—2000):

De profundis from A Tale of the World (commissioned by Kuhmo Chamber Music 1996)

Thu
25.7.

57. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Gustav Mahler (1860—1911):

Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen for choir a capella (1901-02)

Thu
25.7.

61. Kuhmo Arts Centre 21.15

W. A. Mozart (1756—1791):

Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (1791)

Thu
25.7.