Yeol Eum Son plays Stravinsky and soprano Mhairi Lawson sings a selection of early songs which focus on women accompanied by Paula Chateauneuf on the theorbo.
Kate Molleson presents the second Lunchtime Concert to feature performances from the East Neuk Festival. Recorded at Crail Parish Church, in the Kingdom of Fife, South Korean pianist Yeol Eum Son plays Stravinsky's demanding and electrifying three movements for piano from his ballet, 'Petrushka'.
10 miles to the west of Crail lies the beautiful Kilconquhar Church where soprano Mhairi Lawson and theorbo player Paula Chateauneuf present an atmospheric and fascinating programme of songs depicting female characters entitled 'Mad Women, Queens and Lovers'.
Yeol Eum Son (piano)
Anon: In a garden so green
Aytoun: Then wilt thou go
Anon: Joy to the person of my love
Carissimi: Lamento in morte di Maria Stuarda
Caccini: Maria, dolce Maria
Caccini: Regina laetare
Monteverdi: Disprezzata Regina
Mhairi Lawson (soprano) and Paula Chateauneuf (theorbo)
Presenter: Kate Molleson.