ArcangeloArcangelo, Julian Forbes copyright

A consort of renowned early music vocalists (including Nicholas Mulroy) joins acclaimed ensemble Arcangelo for this seasonal programme of music by Schütz and his contemporaries.

Schütz captures the freshness of the nativity story (the Bible only having been translated from Church Latin a few decades earlier) and gives it an expressive immediacy – the Italian influence on his style very much in evidence.

The rest of the programme explores the development of Schütz’s dramatic vocal style through a sequence of festive works for voices and instruments, alongside works by other important contemporaries.

Programme: 

H. SchützHodie Christus natus est, SWV 456 
J. VierdanckSonata No.28 (from Capricci, Canzoni und Sonaten, 1641) 
M. PraetoriusWie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern 
J.H. ScheinIntrada (No 21 from Banchetto Musicale, 1617)  
ScheinGagliarda, Allemanda (from Banchetto musicale, Suite 10 in D minor) 
SchützHeute ist Christus, der Herr, geboren SWV 439
PraetoriusBallet TMA 268, La Bouree TMA 32 (from Terpsichore, 1612)
SchützAuf dem Gebirge, SWV 396
ScheinPadouana (from Suite No 10 of Banchetto Musicale, 1617)
SchützSiehe, es erschien der Engel, SWV 403
  
*10′ interval* 
  
SchützDie Weihnachtshistorie (The Christmas Story), SWV 435
 
Katharine Dain soprano (Angel)
Zoe Brookshaw soprano
Alexander Chance alto
Nicholas Mulroy tenor (Evangelist)
Jorge Navarro-Colorado tenor
Matthew Long tenor
Hugo Herman-Wilson baritone
Dingle Yandell bass
William Gaunt bass
 
Sophie Gent violin I
James Toll violin II
Jonathan Manson viola da gamba
Emily Ashton viola da gamba
Ismael Campanero violone
Rebecca Miles recorder
Ian Wilson recorder
Inga Klauke bassoon
Doron Sherwin cornet
Conor Hastings cornet
Emily White trombone
Claire McIntyre trombone
Michele Pasotti lute
Stephen Farr organ
Jonathan Cohen harpsichord

This concert will be approximately 95 minutes in duration, including a short interval.

This concert is generously supported by Roger Mayhew.

Trinity College Chapel (map)
Fri 13 Dec 2024 19:30
Adult £37.50, £27.50 F/T Student £7.50 (ID required) Under 18 no charge Wheelchair £27.50 (including helper)

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