Vocal and Instrumental Music inspired by medieval Iberian chant and liturgy
19 January 2018, 7.30 PM - 19 January 2018, 9.30 PM
St Paul's Church, St Paul's Road, BS8 1LR
The Centre for Medieval Studies are pleased to present: 'Vocal and Instrumental Music inspired by medieval Iberian chant and liturgy'.
Composers: Francisco Carbonell, Litha Efthymiou, David Greenhorne, John Pickard, and Alison Willis
With Angharad Lyddon, and members of the Bristol Ensemble, members of Bristol University Singers, members of Bristol Cathedral Choir, and the members of the Bristol University Music Department Schola Cantorum
Conducted by John Pickard, David Bednall and Emma Hornby
Admission Free, retiring collection. There will be a short introduction to the research that inspired each piece, in conversation with the composers. The concert will be followed by a reception sponsored by Bristol University Centre for Medieval Studies, at which participants will have the opportunity to explore the digital exhibition introducing Old Hispanic liturgy, developed by Emma Hornby, Rebecca Maloy, Raquel Rojo Carrillo and Paul Rouse.
This event is sponsored by the European Research Council and the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Bristol.