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The King’s Singers

The King’s Singers

21st October, 2018
7.30 pm

Müpa Budapest — Béla Bartók National Concert Hall
The members of the ensemble:
Patrick Dunachie, Timothy Wayne-Wright – countertenor, Julian Gregory – tenor, Christopher Bruerton, Christopher Gabbitas – baritone, Jonathan Howard – bass

Ticket prices: 3500 Ft, 5500 Ft, 6900 Ft, 8900 Ft, 11900 Ft

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The King’s Singers 
Photographer: Marco Borggreve

The King’s Singers

  1. Ley: The Prayer of King Henry VI
  2. Bob Chilcott: We Are – Hungarian premiere
  3. Vásquez: Lágrimas de mi Consuelo
  4. di Lasso: Dessus le marché d’Arras
  5. Toby Hession: Master of Music – Hungarian premiere
  6. Schubert: Die Nacht
  7. Rheinberger: Abendlied
  8. Takemitsu: Handmade Proverbs
  9. Shenandoah (arranged by Bob Chilcott)
  10. Lamorna (arranged by Goff Richards)
  11. Paul Patterson: Timepiece

  12. Martland: Poor Roger
  13. Levente Gyöngyösi: Veni Iesu, veni amor (Come, Jesus, Come, Love) – world premiere
  14. Popular favourites and new compositions in the group’s effortless and sophisticated style

The ensemble, which celebrates its 50th anniversary, made musical history with not only Renaissance madrigals and virtuosic arrangements, but also by the inspiring manner in which they made contemporary music accessible for audiences. Following György Ligeti and András Szőllősy, now Levente Gyöngyösi has composed a new piece for them, the world premiere of which will be at CAFe Budapest.
The programme includes several of the new works the group has commissioned for its round anniversary, among them Bob Chilcott’s piece. Few could be more familiar with “The King’s Singers feeling” than the British composer, who sang tenor in the ensemble between 1985–1997.
One of the hotly anticipated new works to be sung at CAFe Budapest is by Toby Hession, a 21-year-old conductor, pianist, and composer. A vastly versatile talent, he is considered one of the greatest promises of composing in Britain.

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A legtöbb weboldalhoz hasonlóan a CAFe Budapest Kortárs Művészeti Fesztivál honlapja is sütiket, valamint különböző kódokat használ a megfelelő működés, elemzések készítése, valamint az Ön számára releváns, személyre szabott ajánlatok összeállítása érdekében. Ezek használatát az „ELFOGADOM” gomb megnyomásával jóváhagyja. A sütik és kódok használatának tiltását itt teheti meg.

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