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Joanne Lunn


Joanne is one of Britain’s leading Baroque sopranos, in great demand throughout Europe, the US and Asia, and as a soloist on numerous recordings. Prominent appearances have included concerts in many of the world’s leading venues including the Mariinsky Concert Hall, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow, St Paul’s Cathedral, London, Frauenkirche, Dresden, Carnegie Hall, New York and Suntory Hall, Tokyo. Joanne works regularly with Bach Collegium Japan (Suzuki), Concerto Copenhagen (Mortensen), Ensemble Pygmalion (Pichon) and Tafelmusik, Toronto.  Highlights of the 2022-23 season include a European tour of Bach’s Mass in B Minor and cantatas with Bach Collegium Japan cond. Masato Suzuki, Handel’s Messiah with Concerto Copenhagen in Denmark, Angel in Schutz’s Christmas Story with the Dunedin Consort at London’s Wigmore Hall, Steffanis’ La Libera with Musica Alta Ripa in Hannover and a Netherlands tour of Bach’s St Matthew Passion with De Nederlandse Bachvereniging.

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Joanne Lunn tours Bach's St Matthew Passion in The Netherlands


In March and April, Joanne Lunn sings Soprano 1 on an extensive Netherlands tour of Bach's great work, the St Matthew Passion, with The Netherlands Bach Society and Kampen Boys Choir, conducted by Masato Suzuki. Benjamin Bruns sings Evangelist and the other soloists are Kristen Witmer (soprano 2), Terry Wey (alto), Clint van der Linde (alto), Makoto Sakurada (tenor), Zachary Wilder (tenor), Christian Immler (bass) and Dominik Wörner (bass).

The tour begins at the Grote Kerk, Veer on 25 March, and further performances will be given at the Muziekgebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven (26 March), SPOT Groningen (28 March), Theaters Tilburg (29 March), De Doelen Rotterdam (31 March), Sint-Baafskerk Aardenburg (1 April), TivoliVredenburg Utrecht (4 April) and Grote Kerk Naarden (2, 5, 6, 7 and 8 April).

For more information about the performances and to book tickets please visit the website of the Netherlands Bach Society.

Posted 21/03/2023