Welcome to Cappella Caeciliana's 2021-2022 season - we are delighted to have resumed regular performances following a long interruption due to the covid-19 pandemic. All performances are directed by our new Musical Director Matthew Quinn.
We are delighted to be making our first-ever appearance at the Charles Wood Festival, which will close our 2021-22 season.
Under the direction of Matthew Quinn, we will perform perform alongside the exhilarating local ensemble, Insieme Brass, in the glorious setting of St. Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral.
Choral works include Duruflé’s Quatre Motets, Áine Mallon’s Dum Transisset Sabbatum and Cecilia McDowall’s I Know That My Redeemer Liveth. Brass flourishes will focus on music associated with Charles Wood, from a new arrangement of his Hail Gladdening Light, to Stanford’s Beati Quorum Via.
This is sure to be an unmissable start to the Charles Wood Festival week!
Admission free with retiring collection.
Full choral programme (first half of concert):
Anton Bruckner - Kyrie from Mass No. 2 in E Minor (accompanied by Insieme Brass)
Maurice Duruflé - Quatre Motets:
(1) Ubi caritas
(2) Tota Pulchra es
(3) Tu es Petrus
(4) Tantum ergo
Olivier Messiaen - O Sacrum Convivium
William Byrd - Terra Tremuit
Josquin des Prez - Gaude Virgo
Anton Bruckner - Christus Factus Est
Cecilia McDowall - I know that my Redeemer liveth
Áine Mallon - Dum transisset Sabbatum
Charles Wood - O Thou the Central Orb
We are delighted to be finally performing in Newry, this concert having been postponed from March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Under the direction of Matthew Quinn, we will perform an engaging selection of sacred and secular music spanning hundreds of years.
Ticket price £15 (concessions £12)
Tickets can be booked by telephoning Newry Town Hall - 0330 137 4304