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Friday, 27 March 2015
19:30
Matthew Passion - Glasgow

Matthew Passion - Glasgow
St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow

Right from its monumental opening chorus, Bach’s Matthew Passion makes its intentions clear. Set for the expansive forces of two orchestras and choruses, it is a truly epic retelling of the Easter story and draws on Bach’s most expressive compositional capabilities. More meditative than the John Passion, the Matthew Passion explores the fullest range of human emotions from the bitterest sorrow and grief, through guilt and shame, in its quest for universal redemption. Using similar forces

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0141 353 8000
£20 & £15 (Concessions available)
Saturday, 28 March 2015
19:00
Matthew Passion - Perth

Matthew Passion - Perth
St John's Kirk, Perth

Right from its monumental opening chorus, Bach’s Matthew Passion makes its intentions clear. Set for the expansive forces of two orchestras and choruses, it is a truly epic retelling of the Easter story and draws on Bach’s most expressive compositional capabilities. More meditative than the John Passion, the Matthew Passion explores the fullest range of human emotions from the bitterest sorrow and grief, through guilt and shame, in its quest for universal redemption. Using similar forces

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01738 621031
£20 (Concessions £16), Under 26s £5
Sunday, 29 March 2015
2pm

Pre Concert Talk with John Butt and Kate Molleson
The Queen's Hall

Join us before the performance in Edinburgh for a discussion with Kate Molleson and John Butt on Bach's towering work, his Matthew Passion.

0131 668 2019
Free for ticket holders
Sunday, 29 March 2015
15:00
Matthew Passion - Edinburgh

Matthew Passion - Edinburgh
The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh

Right from its monumental opening chorus, Bach’s Matthew Passion makes its intentions clear. Set for the expansive forces of two orchestras and choruses, it is a truly epic retelling of the Easter story and draws on Bach’s most expressive compositional capabilities. More meditative than the John Passion, the Matthew Passion explores the fullest range of human emotions from the bitterest sorrow and grief, through guilt and shame, in its quest for universal redemption. Using similar forces

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0131 668 2019
Saturday, 04 April 2015
19:30

John Passion - London
Wigmore Hall

Following their successful recording of this highgly dramatic work, Dunedin Consort are delighted to be appearing again at London's Wigmore Hall. Bach's smaller passion is by no means a lightweight affair. With its direct expression and unstoppable narrative, the composer sets out to disturb the listener in a completely different way to the supremely emotional style of the Matthew Passion.

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020 7935 2141
£20-£50
Friday, 24 April 2015
19:30

Handel & Purcell: Royal Music - Aberdeen
Music Hall, Aberdeen

Instantly recognisable to anyone who’s ever watched Champions League football on the TV, Handel’s Zadok the Priest is a truly iconic musical work. Along with My Heart is Inditing, it was originally composed for the coronation of George II at Westminster Abbey in 1727, and demonstrates Handel at his most extrovert. Henry Purcell, who was organist at both the Chapel Royal and Westminster Abbey, is often considered as having been the most talented composer in setting English-language texts

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01224 641 122
£13 (inc. booking fee); Under 26s £5; Under 16s Free
Saturday, 25 April 2015
19:30

Wond'rous Machine - Edinburgh
Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh

Instantly recognisable to anyone who’s ever watched Champions League football on the TV, Handel’s Zadok the Priest is a truly iconic musical work. Along with My Heart is Inditing, it was originally composed for the coronation of George II at Westminster Abbey in 1727, and demonstrates Handel at his most extrovert. Henry Purcell, who was organist at both the Chapel Royal and Westminster Abbey, is often considered as having been the most talented composer in setting English-language texts

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0131 668 2019
£20 £2 off for concessions/£5 U26, student, unemployed/U16 free with an adult
Saturday, 04 July 2015
7.30pm

Bach & Handel at the East Neuk Festival
Cambo Barn

Dunedin Consort appears for the first time at the East Neuk Festival! The concert celebrates the great outdoors. Few may think they know Bach’s ‘Hunt’ Cantata but they will certainly know its most popular aria – Sheep May Safely Graze. Bach wrote this lovely piece for a birthday celebration in a hunting lodge, hence the title. Handel’s Water Music is the quintessence of festive: every movement dances with infectious brilliance. This evening, the soloists of Dunedin Consort

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+44 (0) 131 473 2000
£25 / £18 / £5 for under 18s
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