73. Main Evening Concert

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Thursday 30 June 2022

7:30 pm

9:00 pm

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This intriguing recital created by mezzo Lotte Betts-Dean and composer and violist Brett Dean has many parts beginning with Caroline Shaw’s setting of the anonymous 12th Century troubadour text that she wrote for Ann Sofie von Otter and Brooklyn Rider. Katie Noonan’s Song of Hope with a text by Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Queenslander and First Nation icon is joined by Kate Bush’s The Man with the Child in his Eyes. The second set is a group of early 20th Century songs for voice, viola and piano. Deirdre Gribbin’s lockdown work for solo double bass provides an interlude before Ivor Gurney’s recently discovered setting of Thomas Hardy’s In the Black Winter Morning. Before the famous Brahms two songs with viola, Lotte will sing her father’s cycle of five poems and prayers by the Australian poet Michael Leunig. A fascinating and moving recital.

Admission: €30/€20/€10

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Please note that there has been some changes in repertoire from the printed brochure.

Programme

Composer Work Artist(s)
Caroline Shaw Can' voi l'aube Lotte Betts-Dean Hill Quartet
Katie Noonan Song of Hope Lotte Betts-Dean Hill Quartet
Kate Bush arr.Brett Dean The Man with the Child in his Eyes Lotte Betts-Dean Hill Quartet
Joseph Marx Durch Einsamkeiten Lotte Betts-Dean Brett Dean Joseph Havlat
Arthur Bliss Two Nursery Rhymes Lotte Betts-Dean Brett Dean Joseph Havlat
Edmund Rubbra Two Sonnets by William Alabaster Lotte Betts-Dean Brett Dean Joseph Havlat
Deirdre Gribbin Maps of Awakening for solo double bass Malachy Robinson Crash Ensemble Deirdre Gribbin
Ivor Gurney In the Black Winter Morning Lotte Betts-Dean Joseph Havlat
Brett Dean Poems and Prayers Lotte Betts-Dean Joseph Havlat
Brahms 2 Geistliche Lieder Op.91 Lotte Betts-Dean Brett Dean Joseph Havlat