Monday April 6, 2020

Quirky tenor Bostridge casts his spell

The lanky singer’s stage presence and idiosyncratic gestures are fascinating

6th December, 2015
Ian Bostridge: extraordinarily magnetic

Soloist: Ian Bostridge, tenor

National Concert Hall, November 26

‘O Mozart! Immortal Mozart, what countless impressions of a brighter better life has thou stamped upon our souls.” So wrote Franz Schubert shortly before he composed his fifth symphony, the most Mozartian of all his major creations and an undisguised tribute.

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