Heinrich Biber's Sorrowful Mysteries

Heinrich Biber's Sorrowful Mysteries

Sunday, 21 March 2021, 4.15pm

Early Music Day Concert – Heinrich Biber: Sorrowful Mysteries
Online from the Goldie Chapel, Nano Nagle Place

Sunday 21st March, 4:15pm
View on East Cork Early Music’s Youtube channel

Caitríona O’Mahony, baroque violin
James Taylor, organ

For the European Day of Early Music 2021, East Cork Early Music Festival and Nano Nagle Place continue the journey through some of the most iconic and emotive works in the seventeenth-century repertoire – Heinrich Biber’s Mystery Sonatas. Biber’s writing, with the violin in array of different scordatura tunings, is an evocative and visceral depiction of an intensely human story.
Sonata No. 6 ‘The Agony in the Garden’
Sonata No. 7 ‘The Scourging’
Sonata No. 8 ‘The Crowning with Thorns’
Sonata No. 9 ‘The Carrying of the Cross’
Sonata No. 10 ‘The Crucifixion’

East Cork Early Music Festival is grateful to the Arts Council for their support of this work through the Irish Early Music Network’s Capacity Building Scheme work.

We are ever grateful to Nano Nagle Place for their partnership, support and generous hosting of our work.

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