Natasha will be singing in the chorus of Mahler’s 8th Symphony with the Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestre National de Lille, conducted by Alexandre Bloch.
Natasha will be singing the role of Sukanya’s Friend in Ravi Shankar’s opera Sukanya with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. The production will be semi-staged at the Royal Festival Hall, conducted by David Murphy and directed by Suba Das.
Cast to include:
Susannah Hurrell - Sukanya
Alok Kumar - Chyavana
Jonathan Lemalu - King Sharyaati
Michel de Souza Aswini - Twin 1
Njabulo Madlala Aswini - Twin 2
Natasha Agarwal - Sukanya’s friend
David Murphy - conductor
Suba Das - director
Gauri Diwakar - choreographer
Matt Haskins - lighting designer
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Natasha looks forward to making her role debut at Tête à Tête Opera Festival as the moon goddess Selena in Edward Lambert’s Apollo’s Mission.
text Norman Welch
music Edward Lambert
staging & movement Korina Kokkali
Natasha Agarwal (mezzo-soprano)
Helen Bailey (soprano)
Dominic Bowe (baritone)
Daniel Joy (tenor)
Sofia Livotov (soprano)
Samuel Lom (bass)
Catriona Scott (clarinet)
Luke Wyeth (percussion)
Susan Holmes (piano)
Michael Papadopoulos (conductor)
Natasha will be giving her final recital for the MA Vocal Performance course at the Royal Academy of Music, accompanied by George Fradley. The recital is open to the public (no booking required) and will take place in the new Angela Burgess Recital Hall at RAM. Natasha and George will present a 45-50mins programme consisting of works by Purcell, Handel, Debussy, Mahler, Tchaikovsky, Barber, Rosenthal and Hageman. Come along if you are free!
Composition students at the Royal Academy of Music present a concert of new works. Natasha will perform a piece composed by David Nunn for vocal trio and violin, alongside colleagues from RAM:
Emma Juengling (mezzo-soprano)
Julia Portela Piñón (mezzo-soprano)
Katherine Roberts (violin)