Don Giovanni (Mozart)
Don Giovanni – Jacob Bettinelli
Leporello – Conall O’Neill
Donna Elvira – Camilla Harris
Frasquita – Emily Burnett
Mercédès – Brigette de Poi
Carmen – Emma Roberts
Remendado – Sahel Salam
Dancairo – Jacob Bettinelli
Aga Mikolaj soprano
Ursula Hesse von den Steinen mezzo soprano
Gerhard Siegel tenor
Nathan Berg bass-baritone
Leo von Doesseler organ
Detlev Glanert: Requiem for Hieronymus Bosch (German premiere)
WED 6 SEP
Experience the romance of one of China’s most heart-rending love stories through a narrated musical performed by the vocal talents of sopranos: Iúnó Connolly and Waimay Yau; mezzo soprano, Phoebe Haines; baritone, Jacob Bettinelli; and the piano skills of Leona Crasi.
A weaver girl from heaven comes to earth to have some fun. She gets rather more than she bargained for when she meets an ox herder and the pair fall madly in love. But this love between a celestial being and a mortal man is doomed without the help of a flock of magpies. Join us to hear this romantic tale, the foundation of China’s Qixi festival also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day, told through music performed by this talented collection of artists from the family of musicians supported by charity Talent Unlimited.
Jacob Bettinelli, baritone & Chad Vindin, pianist
Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance Recital
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 at 2:45pm
Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall
Royal College of Music, London. Prince Consort Road SW7 2BS
Bizet, Gorjanc, Ibert, Liszt, Mozart, Strauss
Free entry, no reservations
On Friday 27th January, at 9 pm, in the Complesso San Micheletto in Lucca, there’s a concert titled “The Girls in the Magnesium Dress” and Jacob Bettinelli organized by the Associazione Animando and included in the series “Eighteenth century music in Lucca”.
Valentina Ciardelli (double bass), Anna Quiroga (harp) and Jacob Bentinelli (baritone) will perform a varied program including music by Bottesini, Verdi, Puccini, Mozart, Granados, Leoncavallo, Cesti, J. S. Bach, Tosti and Refice. The three “global”, young musicians, currently training in London, met at the Royal College of Music in 2015 and decided to play together in 2016. Their aims are to discover a recherché sound with faithfulness to the original scores, to research little-known musical instruments and to uncover an unfamiliar repertoire. The evening’s program includes a repertoire which is mainly dedicated to Italian and Mittel-European opera (with a tribute to the great Enrique Granados), in a chamber music key, from eighteenth-century masterpieces, such as “The Marriage of Figaro”, to virtuoso double-bass pieces by Giovanni Bottesini.