Novello & Son
In 1938, Madame Clara Novello Davies – singer, pianist, conductor, one of Cardiff’s most famous daughters – looks back at her life and her relationship with her son Ivor whose unexpected fame has eclipsed hers. In a funny very poignant final performance, she sings his songs and allows us a glimpse of her conflicting emotions… envy, guilt, regret… and a new feeling of invisibility.
This show is now touring and full details can be found at Novello & Son
From the carnage, grief and despair of war the human spirit emerges. A funny and poignant 75 minute programme in which accompanied by Gavin Roberts, Ros performs the words and music of Brecht, Eisler, Euripides, Kipling, Novello, Sassoon, Schumann and Kurt Weill.
This show is now touring and full details can be found at War Songs
Originally devised for the Sir John Soane Museum, The Shakespeare Connection is an enchanting programme which celebrates the art and influence of the greatest writer in the English language. Interweaving Shakespeare’s words and music which reflects the very essence of this great poet and dramatist.
Let me Count the Ways
This is the story of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett, portrayed in words and music. It s was devised for the Marylebone Festival in the church where Elizabeth Barrett married Robert Browning.
A new piece composed and devised by Martin Bussey based on the Devonshire Terrace Charles Dickens mural.
With Gavin Roberts.