Charlotte Henriette de Rothschild (b.1955)
Charlotte de Rothschild is an internationally renowned lyric soprano. Charlotte studied at the Mozarteum in Salzburg and at the Royal College of Music in London. She studied with Vera Rozsa and Oaul Hamburger. She specialises in Oratorio and the Art of Song. Charlotte specialises in the Art of Song, performing in 19 languages, including Japanese, Chinese and Korean. Her many CDs include French and German art songs, unique albums of English composers and three albums of classical Japanese Kakyoku, including one with the City of London Sinfonia conducted by Michael Collins. For more information about her career and work, see her website, Charlotte de Rothschild.
Charlotte de Rothschild (b.1955), performance programmes, 1997; 2001
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Programme of music peformed by Charlotte de Rothschild (soprano) and her sister-in-law Louise Williams (viola) at the Wigmore Hall, 27 January 1997; programme for the English Chamber Orchestra concert at the Barbican on Tuesday 4 December 2001, featuring the soprano, Charlotte de Rothschild.
Charlotte de Rothschild (b.1955), film recordings, 'Rothschild Passions', 2001
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Video cassette of Rothschild Passions, a TV programme made for NHK (Japan) by Ventura Productions presented by Charlotte de Rothschild, 2001. Features footage of Exbury and Waddesdon, and interviews with family members.
Charlotte de Rothschild (b.1955): film recordings, 'Amazing and Wonderful Soprano', c.2002
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Video of programme broadcast on Japanese television featuring Charlotte de Rothschild, 'Amazing and Wonderful Soprano', c.2002.
Charlotte de Rothschild (b.1955), sound recordings, 2012-2019
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CDs of music by Charlotte de Rothschild: Family Connections, Charlotte de Rothschild, soprano and Malcolm Martineau, piano; The Songs of Mathilde de Rothschild, Charlotte de Rothschild, soprano and Adrian Farmer, piano; Schumann An intimate recital, Charlotte de Rothschild, soprano, and Adrian Farmer, piano; Schumann Volume 2; the First Green, Charlotte de Rothschild, soprano, and Adrian Farmer, piano; Romance, Charlotte de Rothschild, soprano, and Adrian Farmer, piano.
Included in this accession is a programme and ticket for The Charlotte de Rothschild concert, 'Family Connections' held at the Church of St Peter and Paul, Tring, 24 September 2011.
Charlotte de Rothschild, (b.1955), publications, 'So London', 2007
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First issue of So London magazine, 28 March 2007. Charlotte de Rothschild contributes a column 'So Country'.