The least important are not forbidden to dream of great things, and even modestly to aim at them, according to the measure of their abilities.

Liszt to Antal Augusz
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.