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Gerald Finley in Recital with Sir Antonio Pappano at the Barbican – 10th December 2016



The considerable talents  of Gerald Finley and Sir Antonio Pappano reunite for a intimate evening of solo piano music and song.

After being regular collaborators at the Royal Opera House, Finley and Pappano provide an evening of entertainment with Pappano at the piano and Finley singing his own choice of solo songs, ranging from Beethoven and Respighi to Tosti’s exuberant Neapolitan ballads.

Gerald Finley’s is renown as a singer with a sensitivity and passion, this solo recital displays the many sides of one of the Barbican’s featured artists.


Beethoven Adelaide; In questa tomba oscura; La partenza; Der Kuss

Liszt Three Petrarch Sonnets

Respighi Four Scottish Folksongs

Ravel Chants populaires

Shostakovich Romances on Verses by English Poets

Tosti ‘Let it be soon’, ‘Goodbye’, ‘L’ultima canzone’, ‘La serenata’, ‘I cannot tell’


Gerald Finley baritone

Sir Antonio Pappano piano

For more information and buy tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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