Saturday 24 June | 8pm
Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart, the leading a cappella ensemble in Germany, offer a modern music feast with the Irish premiére of Salvatore Sciarrino’s twelve Madrigali, inspired by Japanese haiku and commissioned by the Salzburg Festival.
Matteo Cesari will join the Quartetto Prometeo to perform a recent Sciarrino work, Trovare un equilibrio, è necessario?
Free wine reception at the interval in the Wellington Hall.
Funded by the Arts Council and Create Louth, SILENZIO is also assisted by the friendly support of the Siemens Music Fund, Louth County Council’s Community Disapora Fund, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia and the Goethe Institute.
Salvatore Sciarrino Interview
Saturday 24 June | 7 pm
This is a very special event so early booking is advised. The event is free but only open to those who have a ticket for the 8pm Madrigals performance in St.Nicholas.
Venue for the interview: Side Chapel of St. Nicholas Church of Ireland Dundalk.
Paul Griffths author of Modern Music interviews, Italian composer of contemporary classical music, Salvatore Sciarrino to learn about his compositional methods and influences.
St.Nicholas Church of Ireland | Church St| Dundalk | Co. Louth