Guildhall School is delighted to invite you to watch The Gold Medal 2021, broadcast online on Saturday 8 May on the Guildhall School website.
This year the Gold Medal returns virtually to Barbican Hall, and it’s the year of the singers. The 2021 finalists are tenor Thando Mjandana, soprano Laura Lolita Perešivana, soprano Olivia Boen and baritone Tom Mole. You can read more about our finalists online.
The evening will be conducted by Natalie Murray Beale, who will join the judging panel with soprano and alumna Gweneth Ann Rand, opera conductor Jordan de Souza, Huw Humphreys, Head of Music at the Barbican Centre and Guildhall’s Vice – Principal & Director of Music, Prof. Jonathan Vaughan.
We hope you can join us to watch this concert online. There is no need to reserve a place or book tickets, simply visit our website on 8 May at 7pm to enjoy the performances. The event will also be available to watch online until 22 May 2021.
If you have any questions please do contact the music department directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you, virtually, to this wonderful annual event.
Below are a few of our May lecture highlights at Gresham by mathematicians Kit Yates and Julia Gog, the CMO Chris Whitty, Thomas Grant QC and business/ finance professor Alex Edmans, which we hoped you might like to share with your members.
It is easy to register for any of these online lectures using an email address: you will get an email 10 mins ahead of the lecture with the link.
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