In December 2018 I was invited to be the bass soloist in the Argyle Orchestra & Choir performance of Charpentier's Messe de Minuit at St. David's Cathedral, Hobart. Fortunately, the entire performance was uploaded to YouTube.
Charpentier Messe de Minuit | Argyle Orchestra & Choir
From St. David's Cathedral | December 2018
Conductor | Simon Reade
Soprano | Lana Kains
Soprano | Sophie Mohler
Alto | Rebecca O'Hanlon
Tenor | Alexander Young
Bass | Jeremy Boulton
WATCH: MESSE DE MINUIT
In December 2019 I was fortunate enough to be invited back as a soloist for the Argyle Orchestra & Choir in Hobart for Händel's Messiah at St. David's Cathedral. It was an incredible experience with a packed cathedral of over 700 in attendance. The orchestra have uploaded the full recording of this concert for all to enjoy - particularly during this time of no public performances.
I have outlined below direct links to my recitatives and arias that you can click on to be directed to the exact moment in the videos, though I would encourage you to enjoy the high quality performance from all of my colleagues!
Thus Saith the Lord
For Behold, Darkness Shall Cover the Earth/The People That Walked in Darkness
Why Do The Nations So Furiously Rage Together
Behold, I Tell You A Mystery/The Trumpet Shall Sound
Händel's Messiah | Argyle Orchestra & Choir
From St. David's Cathedral | December 2019
Conductor | Jamie Allan
Soprano | Lana Kains
Alto | Rebeka H Dragolic
Tenor | Michael Kregor
Bass | Jeremy Boulton
Trumpet | Yorem Levy
MESSIAH | Part 1
MESSIAH | Part 2
My second contribution to ClassikOn.com during the COVID-19 pandemic is now live where I talk about what I've been up to during the performance shutdown.
Read my latest contribution to ClassikOn discussing the moment we’re experiencing right now during COVID-19, the importance of solidarity from within our tight-knit global community and how we can achieve it with projects such as The Musical Solidarity Project.
Just over a week to submit your ‘Va, pensiero’ videos to the project.
Take care all and safe safe.
Recently, I hosted an Online Recital (art song) with my pianist friend Su Cho. Here I explain our process and discuss how we made the most of gathering an audience and receiving donations from our generous audience. All instructions my opinions and a documentation of my role in the online recital preparation, recording and promotion process.
Check out my latest review of Consort 8's latest concert for ClassikON. I've recently become an Ambassador for ClassikON and will be attending more concerts to review in the future.
Programs printed for this Tuesday’s exam recital at Sydney Conservatorium of Music. I’m a big believer in ‘love your audience’. Give them everything they need so they have the best experience that you can possibly give them.
That’s why I’ve written a 3,700 word program and have had it looked over by experienced program writers and editors. I’ve also been meticulous about its formatting. Audiences deserve to have their intelligence respected and they deserve an engaging performance in all aspects. No matter how large, how small or how seasoned your audience is.
Magician Harry Thurston told Dale Carnegie that before every show he would stand behind the curtain repeating to himself ‘I love my audience. I love my audience. I love my audience.’ He wouldn’t think them dumb because they couldn’t work out his tricks. He loved them because they were there seeing his show and making his livelihood possible.
THIS is performing. THIS is positivity. Love your audience and hopefully they’ll love you back. And most importantly work hard for them and prepare thoroughly. It’s all on you.
You can download this program below!
SYDNEY CONSERVATORIUM SOLO EXAM RECITAL
Sydney Conservatorium of Music
Recital Hall East
Tuesday, 26th November 2019 | 2:50PM
Jeremy will feature in his solo exam recital at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. The programme will feature the Italian song repertoire of Verdi, Rossini and Cimara, the Lieder of Mahler and Richard Strauss, as well as mélodie by Ravel and songs by Tchaikovsky.
Accompanied by David Miller AM.
The First Saturday of Summer
Saturday, 7th December @ 2:30pm
Wesley Uniting Church on the Mall sees a collaboration between local baritone Jeremy Boulton and fundraiser pianist Mark Matthews for the final REDKITE event for 2019.
Your favourite stage musical numbers plus new compositions from Mark.
$20 at the door for REDKITE.
FREE Digital Programme
Jeremy Boulton | Baritone David Vance | Piano
Three English Folk Song Arrangements
Three Italian Songs
I Puritani (The Puritans) – Act I
“Or dove fuggo io mai/Ah per sempre/Bel sogno beato”
Ich ging mit lust
All’ mein gedanken
“Don Quichotte à Dulcinée" (Don Quixote to Dulcinea)
Ralph Vaughan-Williams – Songs of Travel (1904) (re-ordered by Jeremy Boulton)