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Leeds Lieder Festival June 2021

The main Leeds Lieder festival will take place from June 17-20 this year, and will take place in the Leeds Town Hall to allow for social distancing. The events will also be available on the internet. On Saturday 18th June, there will be an opportunity to to hear all of the young artists who are in the running for the SIUK/LL Song Prize performing a song by Schubert. The Final Masterclass takes place on the 20th, and the winners of the SIUK/LL Song Prize will be announced.


Details are in the festival brochure attached below, including information about how to access concerts and events via livestream. More information here:



Schubert/Newbould: Seventh Symphony, D 729

Schubertian scholar Brian Newbould's realisation of Schubert’s Symphony No.7 in E, D.729 was performed in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam recently. This was performed by the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Sascha Goetzel.


This is available to listen to online: under 'Zaterdag 10 april 2021'

Time Stamps: Drag the button to these times (see image)

Symphony: 1.12.30.

Discussion (in English): 1:51:46


Leeds Lieder Spring 2021 Recitals

March-April 2021

This Spring, Leeds Lieder are hosting a live-streamed concert series featuring Dame Sarah Connolly, Gerald Finley, Fatma Said, Kitty Whately, Julius Drake and Joseph Middleton, who will perform alongside some of the UK’s leading young artists (in collaboration with the Kathleen Ferrier Awards and Momentum).


Tickets available at


Oxford Lieder: 'Winter into Spring – The Changing Seasons'

27 and 28 February 2021

Previous Events

7 November 2020

2020 AGM and Online Performance

11 July 2020

26 October 2019


Oxford Lieder is presenting 'Winter into Spring - The Changing Seasons' on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February. This is an online weekend of songs, featuring 9 events. Of particular interest to Schubert enthusiasts is the performance of some Schubert's songs and the seminal Winterreise. Along with the performance of Winterreise, scholar Joanna Neilly will explore Wilhelm Müller.



Tickets available here:

1 June 2019

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