~Cellissimo~ Mischa and Lily Maisky
Music for Galway and Galway2020 Present
BEETHOVEN Seven Variations in E flat major on Mozart’s Magic Flute in E flat major, WoO 46
BRITTEN Sonata for Cello and Piano in C, Op. 65
– Autumn Song (“October” from “The Seasons”, Op.37a/10)
– Valse Sentimentale, Op.51/6
– Melodie, op.3/3,
– Twilight, op.21/3
– Vocalise, op.34/14
– Elegie, op.3/1
PIAZZOLLA Le Grand Tango
We are delighted to present Mischa Maisky, one of the world’s truly legendary artists, in recital with his daughter Lily. The programme could scarcely be more dynamic, more diverse, more appealing!
Sponsored by KPMG and DAVY
Music for the Senses
SCENT: 7.00pm – 7.30pm
The Galway 2020 region, is an extraordinary area of exceptional beauty and home to many plants that grow here exclusively and that is where the producers of your scent parcel found their inspiration for candles, soaps and teas.
Before the legendary Mischa Maisky and his daughter Lily perform in what will be one of the most anticipated performances of the festival, let Thalli Foods take your senses for a stroll through the region and set the mood for this extraordinary performance. The Galway Scent Kit contains Summer Tea, a jar of Wild Rose Petals and Elderflower Vinegar made from foraged ingredients in Co. Clare. All from Thalli Foods https://hello8906.wixsite.com/thalli/what-we-do
Concert plus talk €25
Concert plus talk plus Galway Scent kit €37.50 + €7.35 postage (Ireland only)
Please note that the postage is a one off charge regardless of how many add-ons are purchased.
Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to deliver to the UK at this time however if you would like a price for postage to Europe, please email us at [email protected].
To ensure delivery of packages before the concert date, we can only accept orders up to Friday 26 March, before 12 noon.
CELLISSIMO – a cello festival reawakens
March 25th to 31st 2021
True to its original vision, CELLISSIMO celebrates the cello, one of the world’s most beloved and versatile instruments; Music for Galway has re-imagined the festival in order to deliver breathtaking music and the sensations of the West of Ireland to people’s homes.
Published on 22 February 2021