2018

Sunday 4 March 2018 at 6.30 

THE EVENING EXPERIENCE
Erin Mc Crystal, soprano
Gisela Meyer, piano
The Evening Experience -a cabaret show exploring the evolution of English song, from folk song to comedy.
Venue: The Brewery, Romford, UK
Time: 6:30
Tickets: £15
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The Evening Experience is an original cabaret show exploring the evolution of English song. Starting from the old traditional folksongs of Britain, Ireland Australia and culminating in comedic songs made famous most recently by Julie Andrews and Judy Garland. Take a walk through time with this nostalgic show.

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PREVIEW:
Thursday 15 March 2017 at 1pm
FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT
Chamber Music for Soprano, Cello and Piano
City Lit Institute, Room 101
10 Keeley Street, London WC2B 4BA
Featuring:
Three arias from Messiah by Handel,
Nocturnes for soprano, horn (arr.) and piano by Cooke
and original songs by Massenet, Piatti

Gisela Meyer, soprano
Una Birtchnell, violoncello
John Human, piano
For booking details, click here

Sunday 25 March
A hommage to Claude Debussy

For more details, click here

 


Gisela

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Gisela Meyer played with lyrical expression and with gripping brilliance.' (Satie, three short pieces) ECHO RÜSSELSHEIM

'She managed brilliantly to create a variety of sounds. Even the quietest notes were full of energy and could develop into a thundering fortissimo.' (Ravel, Miroirs) FRANKFURTER RUNDSCHAU

It was a joy for Adrienne and me to see you and your colleagues at the Foundling Museum today - such tremendous talent!  Do keep me on your email list, please. I was struck a couple of years ago by your rendition of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue at a City church, and you certainly keep impressing us (and such a beautiful singing voice you have!)
Best, Bob ' (trio concert on: 21 June 2015, Foundling Museum


GISELA MEYER

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Pianist, Accompanist, Soprano and Composer

Gisela is a multifaceted musician with a principal background in piano and piano accompaniment. She also works as a singer and teacher of various musical subjects.

After her undergraduate studies (Piano with side subject Cello) in Frankfurt and her postgraduate diploma (Piano solo) in Weimar, Gisela obtained a MMus in Accompaniment at the Guildhall School for Music and Drama.

She is presently studying singing privately with former Guildhall professor Jessica Cash, preparing for the FTCL diploma.

In April 2015, Gisela started working with Baluji Shrivastav, as pianist for his production "Sohini and Mahival", which was performed in May 2015 at the Southbank at the Alchemy festival. For more information on this project, see:  http://blog.baluji.com/ - (please scroll to the bottom of the page)

As a freelance accompanist, Gisela works for the City University.

In October 2015, Gisela took up the post as chamber music tutor for the City Lit Institute, where she also works as accompanist and deputy teacher for piano and cello. Subsequently, her teaching was graded "outstanding"     (1) in a lesson observation by the college.

Gisela plays and sings regularly in concerts as a soloist, and is member of several chamber ensembles.
She has accompanied various singers, including Dorothy Ross and Sarah Tynan.

Gisela occasionally transcribes and arranges music and composes for film.
She works as freelance accompanist for Hackney Youth Orchestra, and as a peripatetic piano teacher in St. Jude and St. Paul's primary school.

To read more and for listening samples, please choose from the links below:

EVENTS
PIANO SOLO
CHAMBER MUSIC
SINGING
COACHING see testimonials
SINGERS' ROOM Gisela's private class for amateur singers
COMPOSITION

For a CV, click here..

WHAT DO OTHER PEOPLE SAY ABOUT GISELA?

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"Gisela is a fantastic tutor, coach and accompanist and was an extremely supportive and inspiring guide when I worked with her. My first contact with her was to seek someone to guide me through my ABRSM vocal exams. Gisela helped me study my repertoire, record my singing, break it down and understand how to analyse it. To have her with me on the day of the exams was very instrumental to passing as she was a very calm support." David Padua