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Voices New Zealand

Voices of Aotearoa

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Repertoire

Voices of Saints and Angels

Hildegard von Bingen
O viridissima virga (improvisation)
Princess Te Rangi Pai (Fanny Rose Howie)
Hine e hine
David Childs
Salve Regina

Voices from the Earth

Mark Sirett
Ce beau printemps
Jean Absil
Bestiaire
David Griffiths
Lie Deep my Love

Voices from the Deep

Helen Fisher
Pounamu
Jakko Mäntyjärvi
Canticum calamitatis maritimae
Samuel Barber
To be sung on the water

Voices of Stars and Light

Traditional
Pokarekare ana (arr. Mews)
David Hamilton
Karakia of the Stars
David Hamilton
Ecce beatam Lucem

Performers

Voices New Zealand
Karen Grylls
director
Horomona Horo
taonga pūoro (traditional Māori instruments)

With its distinct antipodean sound, Voices New Zealand come to Choral at Cadogan as part of their 20th anniversary tour to Europe. In this unique concert, sound worlds from opposite sides of the globe collide in an exhilarating performance.

The programme infuses the qualities of the ensemble’s pacific origins, with western choral repertoire. This parallel and apparent disparity is the central theme of Voices Of Aotearoa, a hallmark programme by Voices New Zealand. The concert also features Māori musician and composer Horomona Horo performing on a range of taonga pūoro, traditional Māori instruments, weaving the ancient music and sounds of the Māori people through these songs. The result is an intoxicating concert experience.

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