Magnetic soprano Danielle de Niese is joined by the pianist Ben-San Lau performing musical-theatre classics and opera favourites.

From Bernstein to Sondheim, Summertime to You’ll Never Walk Alone, this compelling programme from soprano Danielle de Niese and the brilliant former Britten Pears Young Artist Ben-San Lau is a guaranteed good night out.

Danielle de Niese singer
Ben-San Lau piano

About Danielle
Danielle is an Australian-American soprano, most famous for her roles in Mozart and Handel arias. She is currently starring as the lead role in the West End revival of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love alongside Michael Ball.

About Ben-San Lau
Ben has performed at the Wigmore Hall, London, at the Oxford Lieder Festival, the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Liszt Academy in Budapest and at La Pedrera in Barcelona. In 2015, he became a member of our own Britten Pears Young Artist Programme.

Photograph Decca / Chris Dunlop

Victor Herbert:
Art is calling for me (4’)
Ah, que j’aime les militaires (4’)
Aria from The Seven Deadly Sins (4’)
Summertime (3’)
Vilja song (5’)
Im Chambre séparée (3’)
Je te Veux (6’)
William Bolcom:
Amor (3’)
Habanera (4’)
Styne & Merrill:
Don’t rain on my parade (3’)
Dream with me (3’)
A little bit in love (3’)
I feel pretty (3’)
Rogers & Hammerstein:
I enjoy being a girl (5’)
Rogers & Hammerstein:
What's the use of wondering (4’)
Rogers & Hammerstein:
You’ll never walk alone (3’)
Green finch and linnet bird (3’)
On the steps of the palace (3’)
I wish I could forget you (3’)
Harold Arlen:
Somewhere over the rainbow (4’)
Smoke gets in your eyes (4’)
Can’t help loving dat man of mine (3')
Opera's coolest soprano

New York Times Magazine, on Danielle de Niese

Ben San Lau smiling against a black background.

Ben-San Lau, photograph by Christophe Pelé

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