This event is part of Clifton International Festival of Music.
Join Australian soprano, Roberta Diamond, and young Lute specialist, Sergio Bucheli, for an evening of early song, expressing the sensual and sumptuous sounds of Dowland, Marenzio and Caccini. Charting the highs and lows of life, death and love, this programme contrasts the beautiful polyphonic writing of England and Italy’s finest composers in the early song genre. An unmissable Summer’s evening in one of Bristol’s finest Georgian settings.
Roberta Diamond soprano
Sergio Bucheli lute
Amor io parto
Al fonte al prato
A quei sospiri ardenti
H. Kapsberger Toccata Arpegiatta (Theorbo solo)
Luca Marenzio Cruda Amarilli
John Dowland Shall I strive
Luca Marenzio Liquide Perle
John Dowland A Fancy (Lute solo)
Thou Mightie God
When David’s Life
When the poor cripple
H. Kapsberger Canario (Theorbo solo)
Dalla porta d’oriente
Amarilli mia bella
At Redland Parish Church, Redland Green Rd, Bristol BS6 7HE
This event is part of Clifton International Festival of Music which takes place between 23rd-30th June 2018. For more information and to view the whole line-up, please click here.
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