Friday 22nd October 2021, 8:00pm
ICO – Mozart, Kinsella & Berlioz
Thomas Zehetmair Director/Violin
Paula Murrihy Soprano
Mozart Symphony No. 31 in D major, K.297(300a), Paris
Berlioz Les Nuits d’été
Mozart’s joyous Paris Symphony is one of the grandest, most thrilling of symphonies. Kinsella’s Nocturne was the slow movement from his Second Violin Concerto. This newer arrangement for cello and orchestra sees melodic lines spun over a quiet accompaniment followed by a central peak while the contemplative mood returns to close. Berlioz’s colourful cycle of songs, Les Nuits d’été, was inspired by Gautier’s La Comédie de la mort and brim with passion as sung by Paula Murrihy. These songs consider love from different angles reflecting his turbulent love life, but loss of love and finally renewal permeates them all.
Presented by Irish Chamber Orchestra
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