Tenor Steven Goulden and pianist Amy Butler perform regularly in concert for music societies, recital series, stately homes, cathedrals, churches, civic halls, luncheon clubs and other groups and venues.
The duo frequently create tailored concert programmes to suit a particular event or theme. Some recent examples include a celebration of the British light music composer Eric Coates, a costumed Victorian ballad evening, a mini-recital on the theme 'Songs of the Redcoats', and a romantic programme 'Aspects of an Amorous Nature' (including Beethoven's song cycle An die ferne Geliebte - To the distant beloved).
In addition to this, Steven and Amy offer a number of popular pre-themed concert programmes, all of which can be adapted to suit a particular audience and venue:
A Night At The Opera
Having performed many of the greatest operatic tenor roles on stage, Steven is the ideal singer to take an audience on a musical journey through some of the world's most-loved operatic repertoire.
This concert celebrates the magic and drama of opera and includes stunning arias, overtures and incidental music by Mozart, Puccini, Donizetti, Gershwin, Rossini, Verdi, Bizet, Gounod and others.
The Sound Of Musicals
A celebration of hit West End and Broadway musicals past and present.
Steven and Amy perform some of the most beloved songs from legendary stage and screen musicals such as My Fair Lady, South Pacific, Lady Be Good, Oklahoma!, The King And I, State Fair, West Side Story, The Phantom Of The Opera, Aspects Of Love, Les Miserables and many more.
A Musical Medley
Steven and Amy offer an informal and uplifting concert for social clubs and community groups such as the University of the Third Age (U3A), Women's Institutes, Probus Clubs and Village Halls.
The concert lasts approximately an hour and includes popular songs from musicals and films such as Oh, What A Beautiful Morning, On The Street Where You Live, Love Changes Everything, Bring Him Home and Maria, well-known traditional tunes like The Lincolnshire Poacher, The Floral Dance and The Star Of The County Down, and classical favourites such as O Sole Mio, La donna e mobile and Nessun Dorma.
Guaranteed to get your toes tapping and audiences singing along!