Castleconnell Concert Series | Ben Johnson and Sean Shibe

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Updated: June 13th, 2019

Music Network presents

Ben Johnson and Sean Shibe

Introduced by Liz Nolan, RTE Lyric FM

 

All Saints Church, Castleconnell |Tues Nov 26th | 8pm

Standard Ticket €15 | Concession €10
* Group rates can only be purchased by calling box office on 061 953400 ext 2.
** Online Offer: Buy a ticket to any two shows online for the special price of €25

 

There are guitarists, then there’s Sean Shibe. A young Scot who has taken the world by storm ever since winning the BBC New Generation award in 2012, he is a musician with an intelligence and wisdom far beyond his years. Equally at home in whatever genre he turns his hand to, he has never set boundaries on the scope of his musical exploration. Pair him up with Ben Johnson, one of the busiest young tenors in the chamber music and opera worlds, a multi award-winning recitalist and owner of one of the most beguiling voices around, and that’s a world class duo right there. They bring intensity and a new clarity to Bach, Giuliani and Walton, and adventure and risk to contemporary work. Music Network has commissioned a new work by Brian Bolger for this tour, the first Irish outing for this duo.


John Dowland (1563 – 1626)
Come again
Fine Knacks for Ladies
Philip Rosseter (1568 – 1623)
When Laura Smiles
What then is love but mourning
Thomas Morley (1557/58 – 1602)
It was a lover and his lass
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Adelaide
Franz Schubert (1797 –  1828)
Ständchen
Das Fischermädchen
Der Tod und das Mädchen
Mauro Giuliani (1781 – 1829)
Par che di giubilo
Alle mie tante lagrime
Confuso, smarrito
Brian Bolger (b.1978)
New Music Network Commission
Title TBC
INTERVAL
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 – 1750)
Suite in E minor, BWV996
1. Praeludium
2. Allemande
3. Courante
4. Sarabande
5. Bourrée
6. Gigue
A collection of folk songs:
The Wealthy Farmers Son (arr. Broadwood)
Poor Old Maid (arr. Brown)
The Knife Grinder (arr. Cockshott)
The Crow (arr. Cockshott)
The Nightingale (arr. Sharp)
William Walton (1902 – 1983)
Anon in Love
Fain would I change that note
O stay, sweet love
Lady, when I behold the roses
My love in her attire
I gave her cakes and I gave her ale
To couple is a custom

    


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