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St Martin-in-the-Fields debut - Solo Recital

  • St Martin-in-the-Fields, London Trafalgar Square London WC2N 4JJ, UK (map)

With the Concordia Foundation

Lizzie Holmes, soprano & Lucy Colquhoun, pianist


As a newly appointed Concordia Foundation Artist Lizzie will make her debut solo recital at St Martin-in-the-Fields this July

Concordia Foundation

The Concordia Foundation was founded by international singer and broadcaster Gillian Humphreys. We were delighted that Gillian was awarded an OBE in recognition of her charity work in the 2014 New Year’s Honours List. Gillian founded Concordia out of her real concern for building bridges of friendship and excellence through music and the arts.



Heimliches Lieben by Franz Schubert 4’45

Tre Sonetti di Petrarca by Franz Liszt (19’50 total)

Pace non trovo 7’

Benedetto sia 'l giorno 6’30

I vidi in terra 5’45

Ihr Glocken von Marling by Franz Liszt - 3’

Shakespeare Songs by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (8’45 total)

Seals of Love (from Measure for Measure) 1’20

The Cuckoo and the Owl (from Love’s Labours Lost) 2’20

Come to Dust (from Cymbeline) 3’45

O Mistress Mine (from Twelfth Night) 1’20

Porgy & Bess - Summertime by Gershwin 3’

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square

About Concordia Foundation Artists

Concordia encourages excellence in both performance and technical musicianship. We also focus on developing the whole artist, illustrating the benefits of giving back to the community and helping to foster a well-rounded personality able to surmount the challenges of a life in the Arts.

About St Martin-in-the-Fields

St. Martin’s in the Fields: a triumph of divine inspiration
— The Telegraph

St Martin-in-the-Fields is a unique configuration of cultural, charitable and commercial initiatives rooted in the life of a vibrant Church of England congregation. Our vision is At the heart. On the edge. This declares that we see ourselves at the heart of London, through our location on Trafalgar Square, and of the nation, through our 500-year links with the royal family, and also of the church, through our national profile gained through nearly a century of broadcasting and our flagship role in social issues – but also appealing to the heart through our long tradition of choral and classical music and our reputation for compassion gained through a century of engagement with poverty and destitution.