Opera in the Royal Academy’s historic Life Drawing Room
This exclusive evening event will take you on a journey of operatic excellence in the RA’s historic Life Drawing Room.
An operetta by Royal Academy Schools student Hamish Pearch, with vocals by Charlotte Bröker, this evening will be a repertoire of classical and contemporary songs; colliding different eras, styles and attitudes.
“In this performance, it won’t be so much of the words as being important, but the tone, the accent, the language of flowers and silent things. There is a kind of alchemy to atmosphere… It’s about asking questions, most of which there aren’t any answers to.” – Hamish Pearch
Charlotte Bröker is a soprano at the start of her singing career. She studied History of Art at Clare College, Cambridge and was a choral scholar and solo recitalist at Emmanuel College. She now works freelance as a classical and jazz singer across the UK, continuing her training with teacher Ashley Stafford (RCM).
Hamish Pearch (b. 1993, London, UK) previously studied at Camberwell College of Art. His work includes sculpture and performance. Selected recent exhibitions include Addams Outtake, Roaming Projects (2017), Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour, co-curated and exhibited in at J Hammond Projects (2017), Curiosites, Sans Titre (2016) and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA and Primary (2015).
Tickets to this event include a donation to support the redevelopment of the Royal Academy. For nearly 250 years, the RA has been a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Thank you for supporting the future of the Royal Academy by participating in this event.
Booking is essential for this event; if you wish to bring a guest please book one ticket for each person.
● Fully booked
Thursday 21 September 2017
7 — 9pm
The Life Room, Royal Academy Schools
£95. Includes drinks reception