27th February 

Recital with Graham Johnson & Robin Tritschler

Philharmonie Luxembourg 


12 March 

Mozart Solemn Vespers, Michael Haydn Requiem  

Wooburn Singers, Trinity Centre, Hazlemere

Conductor: Jonathon Cole-Swinard 


2nd April

Fauré Requiem

South Chiltern Choral Society, Parenthesis & Reading Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Stefan Hofkes

Baritone: Benjamin Bevan 


3rd April

Fauré Requiem 

Conductor: David Crown

Baritone: Roderick Williams

St John the Evangelist, Oxford


8th April

International Handel Singing Competition, Final

Conductor: Laurence Cummings

St George's Hannover Square


15th May

Little Gaddesden Music Club Recital

with Siân Dicker and Krystal Tunnicliffe


31st May-9th June

Concours Musical International de Montreal (song division) competitor, with Ian Tindale


2nd July 

Ballads, Bards & Minstrels (Strauss, Schubert and Weir)

Lewes Festival of Song Recital with Ian Tindale


3rd July 

A Coat of Many Colours 

Lewes Festival of Song Recital with Ian Tindale, Nancy Cooley, Ellie Laugharne, Rebecca Bell, Daisy Noton and Sebastian Comberti 


5th August

Wallace Collection Recital with Ian Tindale


15th September

Rye Arts Festival, with Ensemble Hesperi and Richard Robbins


24th September

"My songs are my diary": Discovering Josephine Lang

Shipston Song Festival Recital with Jess Dandy and Ian Tindale


9th October

International Lied Festival Zeist

recital with Ian Tindale


16th October

Luxembourg Philharmonie

Mendelssohn Lecture Recital with Graham Johnson, Anna Huntley and Kieran Carrel


19th October 

City Music Foundation recital, The Great Hall, Barts Heritage

with Ian Tindale


22nd October 

Hiraeth: Celtic Perspectives

Wigmore Hall

with Ailish Tynan, Elgan Llŷr Thomas, Robin Tristchler, Adam Walker, Rosalind Ventris and Ian Tindale


Postponed events due to Covid-19 


15th October 2020 


Schumann recital with Graham Johnson and Samuel Hasselhorn


5th & 7th January 2021

Graham Johnson's Songmakers' Almanac A-Z of Song

Wigmore Hall


Photo credit: Benjamin Ealovega