Peregryne at Irish International A Cappella Festival
Travel back in time to the origins of A Cappella Music with Peregryne, one of Ireland's International vocal ensembles as they perform music from the sacred repertoire spanning 15th and 16th centuries and beyond.
Peregryne is a small choral ensemble established in Vienna in 2009 that specialises in late middle English repertory. Over the last five years, its international membership has drawn together musicians from Ireland, England, France, Austria, Germany, Denmark and Korea. The group has performed in Dublin, Graz, Lucerne and Vienna and, more recently, has specialised in music of the 15th and 16th centuries, performed as part of the monastic office of Compline in churches and cathedrals around Dublin.
Caligaverunt oculi mei - Tomas de la Victoria
Tribulationem et dolorem - Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa
Tristis es anima mea from Seven Passion Texts - Wolfgang Rihm
Sibylla Agrippa from Prophetiae Sibyllarum, no. xii - Orlando de Lassus
Tristis es anima mea - Carlo Gesualdo da Venosa
Caligaverunt oculi mei from Seven Passion Texts - Wolfgang Rihm
Stabat Mater - John Browne
Peregryne will be joined by newly formed Dublin-based vocal ensemble Ascolta. Ascolta is a group of friends from around Ireland. The members of Ascolta have diverse academic and professional backgrounds but are brought together by a keen love of choral music.
Chesnokov - We Pray to Thee
Esenvalds - Lux Aeterna
Goudimel - Joye e sante
Part - Nunc Dimittis
Schutz - Gib Unsern Fursten
Bruckner - Virga Jesse
Hanlon - Fite Fuaite
The Irish International A Cappella Festival 2018 will be held at various venues in Dublin city from 22-24 June. This annual festival celebrates the genre of a cappella singing in Ireland, giving a platform for new and active groups to perform. Full programme details available from www.irishacappella.com
Published on 15 May 2018