Genesis Sixteen: Cumnock Tryst Festival

1 October 2016 7.30pm St John's Church Cumnock £16 (£10 concessions)(Booking Fees Apply)

Genesis Sixteen return to the annual Cumnock Festival at full strength, offering a characteristic programme of Renaissance polyphony and British 20th and 21st century music, including works by Rebelo, Mouton, Bertolusi, Britten, Finzi and MacMillan.

Eamonn Dougan has become a great friend of The Tryst and has helped establish their new chorus. In this Genesis programme listeners will get a glimpse into the future of British choral singing, admired all around the world for its clarity, purity and beauty.

Performers
Genesis Sixteen
Eamonn Dougan & Sarah Latto conductors

Programme
MacMillan Bring us, O Lord God
Finzi ‘Nightingales’ & ‘I Praise the Tender Flower’ from Seven Poems of Robert Bridges
Pacelli Gaudent in caelis
Lassus Musica Dei Donum
Leighton God’s Grandeur
Ramsey When David Heard
Maxwell Davies Lullaby for Lucy
Arvo Pärt Tribute to Caesar
Stanford Magnificat in Bb for Double Choir

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