|About Ian Bostridge|
|A recording of Mozart's Idomeneo with Ian Bostridge, Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Sir Charles Mackerras, is available from amazon.com and amazon.co.uk and from amazon.fr .|
|Ian Bostridge's recording (volume one) of Schubert Lieder is available from amazon.co.uk. And from amazon.com.|
|Volume 7 in Hyperion's compact disc series The Complete Songs of Robert Schumann, this one with Dorothea R�schmann and Ian Bostridge, can be ordered at amazon.co.uk. In the United States, it was released on November 12, 2002, and can be ordered from amazon.com.|
|Ian Bostridge was born on Christmas Day 1964. He studied at the Westminster School and at Oxford and Cambridge. His wrote a doctoral thesis about the significance of witchcraft in English public life from 1650 to 1750. You can read about the thesis at amazon.com and at amazon.co.uk.
Ian Bostridge lives in a north London suburb with his wife Lucasta, a literary editor.
|"[I]t is remarkable to discover obscure music that can measure up to the greatest," writes Ian Bostridge in an article about French baroque music at guardian.co.uk.|
|"Mr. Bostridge's Aeneas is dynamic and three-dimensional, a marvel in itself. At his first appearance, when he sidles up to Dido with talk of defying destiny for her, he sounds almost wily. He brings considerable forcefulness to his moment of reflection after his encounter with the Spirit. And he holds his own, to the slight degree Purcell allows, in his final encounter with Ms. Graham's furious Dido."--from a review by Allan Kozinn in the New York Times of March 7, 2004, of a recording of Purcell's Dido and Aeneas. The recording can be ordered from amazon.com.|
|My Brother, Myself: Sibling Relationships in Life and Literature, by Mark Bostridge
"In this absorbing book Mark Bostridge draws on select interviews with brothers and sisters, including a wide range of European and American historical and literary examples and even his own complex relationship with his brother, to provide insightful commentary on the multifaceted nature of siblingship."--from synopsis at amazon.co.uk
Mark Bostridge is brother of operatic tenor and lieder singer Ian Bostridge. Source: article at findarticles.com