Rebecca Taylor

Piano

Rebecca Taylor studied music at Oxford University and the RAM and is increasingly in demand both as an accompanist and repetiteur. In 2015, she accompanied the Welsh candidate in the Song Prize Competition of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World which was broadcast live on BBC Radio 3. She regularly works on new music with composers, most recently a project with Laura Bowler and the playwright Edward Bond at the Royal Opera House. She has performed across Europe and the Middle East including St. Martin in the Fields, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the Real Academia de Bellas Artes in Madrid. Rebecca is Director of Music at St.Philip’s Earls Court Road where she is founder and Artistic Director for the SPECR Recital Series. She is accompanist of the Leeds Festival Chorus and is also Assistant Conductor and Pianist for Twickenham Choral Society.


Performances

Music, Dinner & Wine Evening

Isabel Pfefferkorn, mezzo soprano
Rebecca Taylor, piano

Classical, jazz & cabaret songs including Bill Withers, George Gershwin, Diana Krall, Edith Piaf, Kurt Weill & Sting

Dinner & wine included, by reservation only.
With the participation of the vineyards Val d'Iris, Seillans & Domaine Grande Bastide, Tourrettes

Fundraising Evening

Aperitif, appetiser, dinner, wine & coffee.

Rebecca Taylor, piano
Rhonda Bradetich, flute
Michela Zanoni, harp

Opening Concert: New Generation Artists

There's a Place for Us

Isabel Pfefferkorn, mezzo-soprano
Michael Mogl, ténor
Rebecca Taylor, piano

Purcell : My dearest, my fairest; Sound the trumpet; Lost is my quiet
Mozart : Abendempfindung; An Chloe
Ivor Gurney : Under the greenwood tree; Sleep
Schumann : Liebhabers Ständchen; Er und Sie; Tanzlied; Unterm Fenster
Hugo Wolf : Auch kleine Dinge können uns entzücken; Ihr seid die Allerschönste weit und breit; Was soll der Zorn, mein Schatz; Hoffärtig seid Ihr, schönes Kind
Alban Berg : Im Zimmer; Die Nachtigall
Richard Strauss : Du meines Herzens Krönelein; Freundliche Vision; Nachtgang; Breit' über mein Haupt
Fauré : Pleur d'or
Henri Duparc : La fuite
Leonard Bernstein : Tonight; Somewhere