OnJam Lounge Lotte Betts-Dean and Harry Rylance at Fidelio Cafe

Lotte Betts-Dean and Harry Rylance at Fidelio Cafe

Lotte Betts-Dean

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Enter the kitchen at Fidelio Cafe for an entertaining and varied programme of music about food and wine, 'La Bonne Cuisine.'

Join Lotte Betts-Dean and Harry Rylance for a programme spanning several centuries -- underpinned by a warmth and love of food and wine.

Featuring Sondheim's 'The Worst Pies In London' (from Sweeney Todd), Purcell's 'If Music Be The Food Of Love,' Ravel's 'Chanson a boire' and more.

Guest directed by tenor, director and music filmmaker Andrew Staples.

The film is 37 minutes long.


Sondheim: The Worst Pies in London (from Sweeney Todd)

Warlock: Captain Stratton's Fancy

Schubert: Trinklied D.183

Youmans/Caesar: Tea for Two (from No No Nanette)

Bernstein: La Bonne Cuisine (Plum Pudding; Queues de Boeuf ; Tavouk Geunksis ; Civet à Toute Vitesse)

Anon, arr. Britten: I will give my love an apple (from Folksong Arrangements vol 6)

Bricusse/Newley: The Candy Man (from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)

Enescu: Changeons propos, c'est trop chanté d'amour (from Sept Chansons de Clément Marot)

Purcell, arr. Britten: If music be the food of love

DeSylva/Brown/Henderson: You're the Cream in my Coffee (from Hold Everything)

Ravel: Chanson à boire (from Don Quichotte à Dulcinée)

Bolcom: Lime Jello Marshmallow Cottage Cheese Surprise 

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About your ticket

Your ticket will give you access to the film screening on 12 December and access to the film for 30 days.

If you are unable to make the live event, you can still watch the film on demand for 30 days.

You will also still receive a special code for 50% at Fidelio Cafe.

About the artists

Lotte Betts-Dean is a versatile mezzo soprano whose performance experience encompasses contemporary repertoire, early music, art song, opera, experimental music and non-classical collaborations. She is a vocalist with ensemble x.y, an Associate Artist with the Southbank Sinfonia, and has appeared with several major ensembles and orchestras in the UK and Australia. She is also a Yeoman of the Musician’s Company, a City Music Foundation Artist, a Tait Memorial Trust Awardee. Lotte won the 2019 Oxford Lieder Young Artist Platform and both the 2020 Overseas Prize as well as the Audrey Strange Prize for an outstanding singer at the Royal Over-Seas League Competition.

Harry Rylance is an award-winning pianist who has performed in some of the world's most prestigious concert halls including the Royal Festival Hall, the Royal Albert Hall, the Wigmore Hall, the Grand Hall of Budapest, the Seoul Arts Centre, the Glenn Gould Concert Hall, and at international music festivals including Heidelberg, Aspen, Dartington and Petworth.

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About this film and OnJam Lounge

OnJam Lounge is a series of informal, intimate concerts designed for audiences to get a rare glimpse into musicians’ worlds and process.

Andrew Staples, director of the films, said: “OnJam Lounge sessions are special. They let you get close to world-class artists in a setting where everyone feels relaxed and creatively supported. This is bespoke content made for your screen but aiming to capture that essence of excitement that makes live performances unique. It’s unvarnished - yet highly polished.”

This film was produced by Emily Ingram for OnJam Lounge.

With special thanks to Fidelio Cafe

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Lotte Betts-Dean is a London-based Australian mezzo soprano, specializing in art song, contemporary music and chamber mu...sic. She is very passionate about programming and concert curation.
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