Oxford May Music: I Fagiolini


I Fagiolini with Robert Hollinsworth; Sowrest Sharps and Uncouth flats; C. Monteverdi – Sfogava con le stele; C. Monteverdi – Ch’io t’ami; C. Gesualdo – Mercè grido piangendo; S. D’India – Strana armonia d’amore; C. Monteverdi – Lagrime al sepolchro; J. Bennet – Weep, O mine eyes; W. Byrd – Come woeful Orpheus; B.Britten – Eight Medieval Lyrics, Sacred and Profane, Op. 91; Cathy Berberian – Stripsody; Flanders & Swann – Pillar to post; Flanders & Swann – The Sloth.

In an exciting programme headlined by a quote from Bryd’s “Come woeful Orpheus”, renowned vocal group “I Fagiolini” explore music science from the time of Monteverdi, going on to related music by Britten and ending with the wit and wisdom of Cathy Berberian and Flanders & Swann.

There is no dress code.

No babies permitted.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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