Spring at Lauderdale House


Spring at Lauderdale House

Come and join London Soprano, Teresa De Roberto and pianist Evelina De Lain as they bring you their London Concert 'Spring at Lauderdale House', where they will take you on a musical journey from well known operatic arias, songs from the shows and unexpected pop covers.

Having started singing at the age of 14, Teresa has entertained audiences worldwide with her Classical Crossover show. She has performed at a wide variety of events including her performance with the renowned opera singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa on BBC1 and continuous performances at Yeovil Town Football Club., In 2014 Teresa toured her Classical Crossover show at the Sensatori resorts in Egypt, Crete and Tenerife and performed at the prestigious Union Chapel and Wiltons Music Hall in London with the rapper ChozenOffical combining rap and opera. She has also performed in clubs and restaurants across the Uk along with many private and corporate events and most recently as a guest entertainer at the 5* Soneva Fushi Resort, Maldives.

Evelina is a unique and multi-faceted artist, effectively blending classical performance, contemporary classical composition and jazz interpretation into an innovative and compelling concert style. A few recent highlights include, recording as a hand double for BBC series "Last tango in Halifax", performing at the opening of Hollywood Costume exhibition at the V&A museum, playing at the "100 most influential women of the UK" event at the Saatchi gallery, entertaining Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall, UK prime-ministers John Major and David Cameron, Prime Minister of France Amand Fillon and US Secretary of State John Kerry.

Time: 15:30

Venue: Lauderdale House

Concessions for students and people on benefits only

Price band A B
Standard £12.50



Concessions are available for students, people on benefit and over 60s. Proof must be provided when collecting tickets.

Website: www.springconcert17.eventbrite.co.uk

Concessions available for students and people on benefits only