Sunday 24th April at 7:30 p.m.
Charing Cross Theatre, London
produced and performed by
Regina Nathan SOPRANO
Robert Chevara DIRECTOR
Linnhe Robertson PIANO
My World is My Song is an exciting concert performance starring soprano Regina Nathan and featuring a rich and eclectic mix of songs and arias that enhances the deep connections between the music we love, our everyday experiences and our personal stories.
Regina will perform a thought-provoking, memory-evoking programme of songs from a variety of genres that includes classical arias and more modern hits from legendary storyteller-singer-performers including Janis Ian, Leonard Cohen and Edith Piaf.
Regina Nathan is a well-known Irish soprano who has worked with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and has sung major soprano roles nationally and internationally. The show is directed by award-winning theatre and opera director Robert Chevara. Regina will be accompanied by Linnhe Robertson of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Booking: Charing Cross Theatre, The Arches, Villiers St, London WC2N 6NL
www.charingcrosstheatre.co.uk | T. 08444 930 650
A regular collaborator with Regina, Linnhe Robertson is a renowned Pianist and Music Coach who works with singers and opera companies worldwide. Until recently, she was Head of Vocal Studies in London’s Guildhall School of Music & Drama where she now holds the role of Artistic Consultant for Voice and Opera. She also coaches at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden and regularly performs as an accompanist in recitals with singers.
Robert Chevara is an award-winning theatre and opera director who divides his time between London and Berlin. He is a former Director of Productions at English Touring Opera. A prolific director and regular collaborator with Regina, he last year directed the Danish premiere of Mike Bartlett’s playsCock / Bull, Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Copenhagen and the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ early plays The Chorus Girl Plays in Chicago and Provincetown. In April, this year, he will direct Williams’ In the bar of a Tokyo Hotel with Linda Marlowe in London’s Charing Cross Theatre.