Venue, Timing and Cost
Live-streamed from the Holywell Music Room
Philip Ross Bullock looks at the rebirth of lyric poetry and song after the death of Stalin in March 1953. Tracing how writers and musicians responded to the greater cultural freedom that were integral to the Khrushchev 'Thaw', he examines how lyric forms could respond to important contemporary themes in Soviet society. Philip’s talk is illustrated by Helen Charlston, Oliver Johnston and Natalie Burch, three artists who also impressed at the Song Connections events in our ‘Connections Across Time’ Festival.
This event will be streamed completely live from the Holywell Music Room. Shortly afterwards, it will also be available to watch again, using the same ticket and link, until 21 March (11 April for Pioneer Pass holders).
This event, along with all events in the Winter into Spring weekend will be broadcast online on our website. Click here for further information on how tickets will work this year: www.oxfordlieder.co.uk/ticket-help
Festival Passes giving access to the whole weekend of music are also available for purchase on our website:
Full weekend pass (£40) - view all festival events live online & on demand for 3 weeks
Pioneer Pass (£80) - as above, but with 6 weeks to view on demand
Pioneer Plus Pass (£100) - as above, plus access to selected Oxford Lieder Festival 2020 archive footage