(Discount and Tiered Pricing Single Tickets Available August 1st)
Roderick Williams, baritone
Julius Drake, piano
Trained as a choral scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, Roderick Williams is “an unfailingly intelligent singer” (Gramophone). “His sound radiates noble warmth” (The Independent).
“His eyes occasionally blazing with anger, at other times divulging a quizzical smile, he is the most engaging of performers...the arching melodic lines and the tonal colouring of the texts had one hanging on every word” (The Evening Standard).
As “one of the most soughtafter collaborative pianists,” Julius Drake is “an everpresent, dynamic partner” (The Washington Post).
“A natural and expressive communicator… He imbued each song with myriad colorful nuances, his rich, burnished baritone lovely” (The New York Times)
BRAHMS Die schöne Magelone, Op. 33: fifteen romances from Ludwig Tieck’s Romance of Magelone the Fair and Peter, Count of Provence
Unless otherwise indicated, Spivey Hall welcomes patrons ages 12 and up to all performances. For questions or to receive concert recommendations for younger patrons, please call the Box Office at (678) 466-4200.