VENUE/Áit: An Diseárt
DATE/Dáta: 29th April
Programme on the night
Georg Grün Veni sancte Spiritus
Rihards Dubra (b. 1964) Stetit Angelus
G.P.da Palestrina (c1525-1594) Stetit Angelus
Knut Nystedt (1915-2014) Immortal Bach
Jake Runestad (b. 1986) Nyon Nyon
Vytautas Miskinis (b. 1954) Dum medium silentium
Jaakko Mântyjarvi (b. 1963) Die Stimme des Kindes
John Hoybye (b. 1939) The Slow Spring
Arr. Voces 8 My Lagan Love/She moved thru
Arr Michael McGlynn Eirí na Gréine
Charles Stanford (1852-1924) The Bluebird
Beati quorum via
Mark Armstrong (b. 1963) Dreaming
Arr Mark Armstrong (b. 1963) Down by the Salley Gardens
Arr. Conor O’Reilly (b.1967) Danny Boy
David Mooney (b. 1964) Dulamán
Cór aragail- duaiseanna idirnáisiúnta faoi leith buaite ag an gcór seo-b unaithe ag an stiúrthóir Bernie Sherlock. Is deis é seo ceol cór idirnáisiúnta a chlos sa Daingean.
International award-winning New Dublin Voices is a leading Irish chamber choir. Founded by conductor Bernie Sherlock in 2005, from the start NDV has presented concert programmes that are fresh, innovative, and exciting, ranging widely in style and period from the medieval to the contemporary. The choir takes special pleasure in exploring the music of living composers, leading the way in performing, premiering, commissioning and disseminating Irish choral music and introducing international choral music to Irish audiences.
NDV has won prizes at major competitions in France, Hungary, Germany, Finland, Belgium, Spain, England and Italy, including the Fleischmann International Trophy at the 2015 Cork International Choral Festival.
The singers who make up New Dublin Voices come from many backgrounds but share in common high levels of experience and musicianship, a commitment to attracting new audiences, and above all a love of performing excellent choral music.
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