Sue Casson

a woman, a piano ...

A song for April

A very personal story of my part in the epic quest for the tomb of Queen Nefertiti told in song, premiered at last year's Edinburgh Fringe and will be returning and touring festivals throughout 2017.

 

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Premiered at Edinburgh 2014 this song cycle, telling the story of how human rights became law after WWII remains topical and controversial.

 

After our recent performance at the

Palace of Westminster, we are currently planning a short tour for the spring.

 

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‘haunting original songs.' Scotsman 'witty lyrics and soaring melodies’ Big Issue  

'a great rapport with the audience and a gorgeous voice' Broadway Baby

‘a timely intervention in the debate on human rights'

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and Last Call for Nefertiti

 

Upcoming projects

for 2017

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English Cabaret is my production partnership with Tom Blackmore.

 

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The human's in the telling

 

I am very sad that David Chapman, the inspirational musical director behind our recordings of Under an English Heaven has recently died. He was a natural musician - a wonderful pianist, organist, arranger and accompanist who through his enthusiasm and dynamism made the mystery of music accessible to all. He has been purloined by the heavenly choir far too early and will be very sorely missed.

 

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