In December, Lily worked on her first music video. She recorded a duet version of John Rutter's Candlelight Carol with Sue Casson and spent the day shooting in and around Borough Market before Christmas. To see the video, click play opposite or click here to see the video on YouTube.
6th September 2017
St Luke's, Sevenoaks, kindly invited Lily back to perform as part of their lunchtime recital. As a duet, Lily and Sue Casson gave a light hearted set of their favourites, full of variety from ukulele ESB numbers, to Casson's songs accompanied with Lily on flute.
During the last couple of months, Lily has been recording and mixing songs from her solo show, Encounters. They will be available to buy and download in early January 2018. Follow her on social media to hear when and where you can hear her new tracks. She can't wait to share what she has been working on with you!
In February, Lily released two tracks that she recorded last Autumn on Soundcloud. 'For Good' from Wicked the Musical and 'Even though I cannot die' from Persephone are now available to hear on Lily's Soundcloud profile. Both are songs from Lily's solo show, Encounters. You can hear both tracks opposite or at https://soundcloud.com/
For Good from Wicked the Musical
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Even though I cannot die from Persephone
Music by Sue Casson/Lyrics by Simon Rae
In March, Lily continued her work on The Human's In The Telling as a principal singer and the words of Sylvia Maxwell Fyfe. Written by Tom Blackmore and Sue Casson, it is a film of song-cycle Dreams of Peace and Freedom, which explores the birth of modern human rights in Europe and the struggle to tell the story.
To read the film proposal and treatment, visit www.thehumansinthetelling.org.
Keep up to date with the project on Lily's social media or via the website above.
In May, Lily returned to St Lukes, Sevenoaks, to perform a programme that encompassed all of the different shows that she has performed there over the last ten years, as part of the St Lukes recital series. Joined by Sue Casson and Robert Blackmore, they reminisced for a very appreciative audience.
Ne dis pas toujours/Jean Lenoir
The Shipping Forecast/Sue Casson
Even though I cannot die from Persephone/Sue Casson
The Seamstress from The Happy Prince/Sue Casson
For Good from Wicked/Stephen Schwartz
All shall be well/Sue Casson
Put me on your ipod/Sue Casson