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Sean Shibe meets Dunedin Consort

Sean Shibe meets Dunedin Consort

Guitarist Sean Shibe takes centre stage in this folk-inspired programme, which traces the roots of the Scottish-Canadian diaspora in music from the Renaissance to the present day. From the exquisite delicacy of the Scottish lute manuscripts and Dowland’s heart-rending Lachrimae, we course through Purcell and Geminiani to meet Sir James MacMillan’s timeless From Galloway and Linda Catlin Smith’s Sinfonia – united by their irresistible blend of modernism and folksong. And at its zenith, modern guitar meets gut strings in a brand-new guitar concerto from the award-winning Canadian composer, Cassandra Miller.

John Butt director, Sean Shibe lute and guitars

Various Straloch and Rowallan Scottish lute manuscripts

John Dowland Lachrimae

Henry Purcell Fantasia à 4, Z 738

Henry Purcell In Nomine à 7, Z 747

Francesco Geminiani Sonata No. 3, ‘The last Time I came o’er the Moor’

James MacMillan From Galloway

David Fennessy Rosewoods I & V

Linda Catlin Smith Sinfonia

Cassandra Miller New Concerto

  • 📅Sun, 14 April 2024
  • 📍The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
  • 🕑7:30pm
  • 🎫£6 – £27.50
Location

The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh
Clerk Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9JG, United Kingdom

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