Festival 2020

Spitalfields Festival: At Home, featuring the Dunedin Consort in Lagrime mie: Songs of Prayer and Solitude

Online streaming available with ticket until Saturday 19th December

Sat 5 - Sat 19 Dec 2020, 3:00 pm - 11:59 pm

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This December we are delighted to be bringing an eclectic range of music to you at home, including Errollyn Wallen, Katie Melua, the Dunedin Consort, Chineke! Junior Orchestra, S.I.Martin, The Miller-Porfiris Duo with Siwan Rhys, Jon Jacob and world premieres from Victoria Benito, Joy Effiong, Bobbie-Jane Gardner, Millicent James, Sarah Rodgers, Jasmin Rodgman, Susannah Self, and Heloise Werner.

Presented with the help of Arts Council England, The RVW Trust and the Culture Recovery Fund      #HereForCulture

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Lagrime mie: Songs of Prayer and Solitude

An exclusive concert by Dunedin Consort from Christ Church Spitalfields, featuring early Baroque masterworks by Schutz; Monteverdi and his assistant at St. Mark’s Venice, Grandi; and equally beautiful but lesser-known music by contemporaneous Italian female composers, Strozzi and Caccini.

Dunedin Consort is one of the world’s leading Baroque ensembles, and will feature heavily in our 2021 Summer Festival, including a rare performance of Rameau’s Pygmalion starring the vocal soloist in this programme, Nicholas Mulroy.

Monteverdi
– Salve Regina
– Nigra Sum
Schutz
– O Jesu Nomen Dulce
– O Misericordissime Jesu
Strozzi
– Lagrime mie
Grandi
– O intemerata
Caccini
– Dolce Maria

Nicholas Mulroy              Tenor
Jonathan Manson          Cello & Viola da Gamba
Elizabeth Kenny             Theorbo
John Butt                          Harpsichord & Organ

Please note: this event is part of Spitalfields Festival: At Home. Purchase of a £15 ticket will grant you access to this event, as well as the full programme (from 3pm-10pm). To find out more about the full programme, please see the related event, linked below.

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