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Fri, 24 May

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Music Room

Zaira Palumbo

Zaira Palumbo's performance will be focussing on the history of classical musical theatre, from it's early influences, highlighting significant composers and iconic performers of the 20th Century.

Zaira Palumbo
Zaira Palumbo

Time & Location

24 May 2024, 19:30 – 21:10

Music Room, 11-15 Fye Bridge St, Norwich NR3 1LJ, UK

Guests

About the event

Zaira Palumbo is a classically trained soprano, graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She studied under the tutelage of Joan Rogers CBE and Anna Tilbrook, graduating with a BMus (Hons) and the Vocal Teaching LTCL qualification. 

Zaira is delighted to be performing once again at Anteros Arts Foundation, after holding a recital in 2016. This performance will focus on the history of classical musical theatre, from its early influences, highlighting significant composers and iconic performers of the 20th Century.

Throughout her career, Zaira has been very fortunate to sing in various venues nationwide including the Old Royal Naval College (Greenwich), Clare College Chapel (Cambridge) and St George's Hall (Blackburn). She has supported the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, represented Trinity Laban at The Kathleen Ferrier Bursary Competition and was selected as a semi-finalist at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod.

Zaira has an unyielding passion for musical education and is an experienced vocal teacher, and is proud to act as musical director for the Red Loft Theatre Company, The Garage Performance Academy and Mundesley Community Choir.

Zaira will be accompanied by Martin Adams. Martin studied at Birmingham University, the Open University and King’s College London. He has held various church posts, directed performances in several cathedrals, and worked with many choirs and musicians. He is accompanist to Mundesley Community Choir, the UEA’s Community Choir, and has worked with Zaira for the past four years.

Tickets

  • Standard (Seated)

    £14.00

Total

£0.00

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