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Lauderdale House

Stephen Hose and Ann Meza

All American Programme

Artist in Residence - stephen hose with ann Meza

Tuesday 21 November

ALL AMERICAN PROGRAMME TO CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING

Stephen Hose trained at the Royal Academy of Music where he held a Vaughan Williams scholarship. He has specialised in chamber music and has worked extensively as a Musical Director, conductor and pianist in London and regional theatre, in addition to appearances in France, Sweden, Ireland, and Germany.

He was Chorus Master for Jessye Norman's "Ellington's Sacred Songs" at the Barbican Theatre, and Epidavros, Greece. His work as Music Director for OperaUK has included "The Barber of Seville", "Cosi fan Tutte", "La Traviata", "The Merry Widow", "Olé" and "El Amore Brujo". His work with the the Merry Opera Company includes "La Traviat", "The Magic Flute", "Kiss Me, Figaro!", "The Barber of Seville" and "La Belle Hélène" (aka Troy Boy). He has also conducted over 50 performances of their uniquely staged Messiah.

Stephen was Musical Director and Associate for five productions of ITV’s "Christmas Glory", which was filmed from New York, Llandaff Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey and featured stars from opera and pop including Sir James Galway, Charlotte Church, Montserrat Caballe, Robin Gibb, and Bryn Terfel amongst others. Other TV work includes "The Choir" (BBC2), "The People’s Passion" featuring Jessye Norman and Sir Thomas Allen for the BBC and a documentary for Channel 4 on the Titanic.

Ann Meza was born and educated in the United States.  She received her training at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, Maryland where she studied with the French soprano Flora Wend.  During this time she also won scholarships which enabled her to undertake periods of study with Hans Heins at the Aspen Music School and to study at the famous Music Academy of the West in Santa Barbara, California.

Ann now lives in London. She made her London debut at the Wigmore Hall as part of the "Young Musicians Series". She has been heard in recital at the Purcell Room and has appeared in opera, concert and oratorio performances through Britain.

Programme: 

Scott Joplin - Rags

Ann Meza singing:

Aaron Copland - Old American Songs

Gershwin - Rhapsody in  Blue

The concert will take place in the Long Gallery performed on our newly refurbished 9ft Erard kindly provied by Markson Pianos, one of the most respected piano specialists in Great Britain www.marksonpianos.com

 

Stephen Hose Free Lunchtime Concert Series Dates:

TBC