Orient & Occident
28th March 2020 - 29th March 2020
Due to current circumstances related to Covid-19, the Irish Chamber Orchestra is forced to cancel our upcoming performances with Fazil Say on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March. We will organise refunds as soon as possible. Please stay tuned for updates which will be posted here and on our social media sites.
We hope to reschedule the concert in due course.
We thank you for your patience as we navigate this unusual time and apologize for any inconvenience caused.
Orient & Occident
Irish Chamber Orchestra
Fazil Say Director, Piano
Katherine Hunka Director, Violin
Anna Devin Soprano
ORIENT & OCCIDENT
Fazil Say Silk Road
Mozart Ruhe sanft mein holdes Leben from Zaide
Fazil Say Black Earth
Mozart Ch’io mi scordi di te, KV 505
Fazil Say Four Arias from Goethe Lieder (West-Eastern Divan)
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 12, KV 414
Fazil Say has a passion for Mozart. His Silk Road is an exotic and extraordinary musical journey across the fabled trade route. In a world of Turkish pirates and Christian slaves, Anna Devin sings one of Zaide’s most beautiful arias, Ruhe sanft, mein holdes Leben to her would-be-lover. In Black Earth, Say’s music digs deep into soil and history. Mozart’s Ch’io mi scordi di te is one of his finest concert arias. The ICO provides the colourful framework for Say’s dramatic and passionate Goethe Songs, settings of poems from the cycle West-Eastern Divan – a showcase for Anna Devin’s brilliant vocals. Finally, Mozart’s playful Concerto in A major brims with lyricism and texture emulating his idol, J.C. Bach.
“He is not only a brilliant pianist, but will without doubt also become one of the great artists of the 21st century”. Le Figaro
Dates & Tickets
Sunday 29 March, 3pm
University Concert Hall, Limerick