Nicholas Morton and Ian Tindale explore man’s relationship with animals and nature in this early evening concert
**Please note, this event replaces Friday Rush Hour: Dans le Jardin. We apologise for any inconvenience.**
Baritone Nicholas Morton and pianist Ian Tindale explore man’s relationship with animals and nature
Doors 17:15, concert 17:30
Tickets £5, £3 concessions & Foundling Friends, £2.50 LoveMusicPass members
Their programme includes two song cycles: Ravel’s Histoires Naturelles and Finzi’s Earth and Air and Rain. Nicholas Morton studied at the Royal College of Music International Opera School with Tim Evans-Jones, having graduated from Durham University. He has performed at such venues as the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, and Leith Hill Place. Ian Tindale is a prize-winning piano accompanist, répétiteur, organist, harpsichordist and orchestral keyboard player. His recent engagements include a performance at Wigmore Hall and recital at the Oxford Lieder Festival.
The Foundling Museum Café will stay open until 18:00, serving a selection of drinks and snacks for visitors to enjoy before the concert.