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The Tallis Scholars

Brumel & Lang

Belgische première
music
spiritual
Sat 08 Oct 2022 -20.00
Concertzaal
introduction by Hendrik Vanden Abeele 19.15
start 20.00
expected end time 21.55

Standard €25.00 - €44.00

Reduction -26 €13.00 - €22.50

All prices include booking fees.

Cosmic polyphony ‘And yet it moves.’

A cathedral of sound, every pillar wrapped in a fine web of voices: Brumel's twelve-part Missa Et ecce terrae motus is certainly impressive. It immediately reminded Pulitzer Prize Winner David Lang of Galileo, who was censured for claiming that Earth was not the centre of the universe. David Lang’s new work sun-centered, co-commissioned by the Concertgebouw, is an ode to discovery, a warning against censorship and a reflection on faith and doubt.

programme

Antoine Brumel (ca.1460-1512)
Missa Et ecce terrae motus

David Lang (1957)
sun-centered

performers

The Tallis Scholars: vocal ensemble
Peter Phillips: conductor

commissionners: Concertgebouw Brugge, Cal Performances (Berkeley), Carnegie Hall Corporation (New York City), Hopkins Center (Baltimore), John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington DC), Stanford Live & Virginia Tech (Blacksburg)

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The Tallis Scholars: vocal ensemble
Peter Phillips: conductor

commissionners: Concertgebouw Brugge, Cal Perfo

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Sat 08 Oct 2022 -20.00
Concertzaal
introduction by Hendrik Vanden Abeele 19.15
start 20.00
expected end time 21.55

Standard €25.00 - €44.00

Reduction -26 €13.00 - €22.50

All prices include booking fees.