Out of the Shadows: a date on your diary


Out of the Shadows: An evening of music by contemporary composer Robert Hugill for LGBT History Month featuring the world premieres of two cantatas.
Out of the Shadows
A night of music by up to date composer Robert Hugill for LGBT Historical past Month

‘I personally am such a person’ – From the twilight world of the nineteenth & early twentieth century gay to a determined seek for everlasting life.
The live performance the world premieres of two cantatas alongside a number of Robert’s songs together with settings of Michelangelo, Lord Alfred Douglas and Carl Cook dinner, carried out by Ben Vonberg-Clark (tenor), James Atkinson (baritone) and Nigel Foster (piano).
Out of the Shadows takes us from the earliest tentative admissions of similar intercourse attraction, to cruising in a shower home in Imperial Russia to Walt Whitman’s unashamed admission of his sexuality. 
Et expecto resurrectionem mortuorum strikes between the understanding of the Latin creed, to explorations of cryogenic, the body-snatching of Burke and Hare and Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, earlier than resolving within the homoerotic pantheistic transcendentalism of Walt Whitman with its celebration of Dying itself.
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