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Sir Georg Solti
St. Brigid’s Day Concert – Celebrating the Creativity of Women

3 February 2022, 19.00-20.30

Solti Hall

St. Brigid’s Day Concert – Celebrating the Creativity of Women Presented by Liszt Academy

Concert of the Liszt Academy & Royal Irish Academy of Music

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O’Carolan: Welcome
Ferge Elizabet (Irish harp)
Gabhaim Molta Bríde – Gaelic song (arrangement)
Megan O’Neill (soprano)
Chaminade: Concertino for Flute and Piano in D major, Op. 107
Rachel Nolan (flute), Máire Carroll (piano)
Máire Carroll: Cnag
Máire Carroll (piano)
Kodály: Énekszó, Op. 1 – 2. Jöjj te hozzám, szép madárka, 7. Ha ki szépet szeret, 10. Azt gondolod rózsám
Ortan Vivienne (soprano), Gabriella Gyökér (piano)
Szőnyi: Sappho’s Love Song (to the poem by Endre Ady)
Ortan Vivienne (soprano), Máire Carroll (piano)
Marian Ingoldsby: Deuce
Zsuzsanna Majzik (clarinet), Rachel Nolan (flute)
L. Boulanger: Nocturne
Rachel Nolan (flute), Máire Carroll (piano)
Anna Pidgorna: Amhráin Chaointe – 1. Caoineadh Eibhlín (to the text of Eibhlín Dubh Ní Chonaill)
Megan O’Neill (soprano), Máire Carroll (piano)
Rota: Sarabande
Elizabet Ferge (harp)
Ave beate Rex Stephane – antiphon about the Hungarian King St. Stephen
Dies est laetitiae – three-part chant from a Hungarian codex from the Middle Ages
Lassus: De sancto Brigida / Christo canamus gloriam – hymn
Students of Church Music Department

Presented by

Liszt Ferenc Academy of Music

Tickets:

Admission to the concert is free. Tickets can be claimed at the Ticket Office of the Liszt Academy one month before the concert.