Coast to coast success for Iestyn Davies

“Davies possesses one of the most refined and lucent countertenor voices, with flawless intonation, ease and beauty across its range…”—so says the Washington Post after Iestyn Davies’ recent recital there as part of a triumphant, transatlantic tour that saw him appearing in Banff, Berkeley, Calgary, Vancouver and Washington and culminating at Carnegie Hall in New York.   
Together with the lutenist Thomas Dunford, Iestyn enchanted and entertained audiences with a varied programme of Dowland, Danyel, Robert Johnson and Thomas Campion as well as the Canadian and American premiere of Nico Muhly’s ‘Old Bones’, a piece inspired by the recent discovery of the remains of Richard III  in a car park in Leicester, and a collaborative creation between Iestyn and Nico Muhly.
Bravo Iestyn!
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