Music for Galway & Galway 2020 present
Naomi Berrill cello, voice
Opening of the Festival by Bill Whelan
BILL WHELAN Fragments (world première, commissioned by CELLISSIMO for the Galway Cello)
Irish Chamber Orchestra | Marc Coppey cello, director | Christopher Ellis cello
VIVALDI Concerto for Two Cellos and Orchestra in G minor
HAYDN Concerto in C major
TCHAIKOVSKY Notturno in D minor for cello and strings
BARBER Adagio for Strings
BARTÓK Divertimento for Strings
Streamed from Kylemore Abbey, a cracking programme of well-loved classics will open our festival, featuring the Irish Chamber Orchestra, directed by French cellist Marc Coppey, who will be joined by one of his former students at the Paris Conservatoire and a true rising star: the young Dublin cellist Christopher Ellis.
Before this we hear the world premiere performance of a newly-commissioned work for the Galway Cello by Bill Whelan: ‘Fragments’ will be performed by Galway cellist Naomi Berrill on the Galway Cello – the very first time this instrument will be performed in public.
Music for the Senses
TASTE OF THE WEST: 6.30pm – 7.15pm
Curious about the taste of Galway? Enhance the online performance from Kylemore Abbey with a pre-concert cheese tasting in the company of Kevin Sheridan of Sheridans Cheesemongers. The cheese tasting kit includes the delectable Kylemore Farmhouse Cheese.
- Concert €20
- Concert plus Kevin Sheridan’s presentation €25
- Concert plus presentation plus cheese tasting kit €39.50 + €7.55 postage (Ireland only)
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