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Audio Programs

Classical Chromatics with Clare: The Romantics

Clare Martin

Big sounds from the masters and mistresses of The Romantic era of classical music. Clare Martin curates an hour of music exploring the deep emotional music of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. From Sibelius to Chopin to Brahms to Fanny Hensel née Mendelssohn and of course the mighty Mahler. Artists include Maxim Shostakovich, Martha Argerich, Leonard Bernstein, Valery Gergiev, Tobias Berndt and Alexander Fleicher.

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Written By: Clare Martin Clare has performed as an opera, recital and oratorio artist in UK most notably the Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank, London. In NZ she has performed with NZ Opera and with the NZ Symphony Orchestra but more recently she has moved into a wider range of contemporary genres including jazz and even Leonard Cohen. Since 2008 Clare has been teaching from her own music studio working with professional and beginner singers. In 2017 she was a mentor on TVNZ’s The Naked Choir working with a cappella choirs and she currently coaches barbershop and a woman’s ensemble.