Agnus Dei from Mozart's Spatzenmesse (Diva Voces)

A snippet of last night's rehearsal of the Agnus Dei from Mozart's 'Spatzenmesse' with Diva Voces.Our concert takes places on Sunday June 10 at 5pm at St. Andrew's Church Westland Row (doors 4.40pm)Mozart's 'Spatzenmesse' (Sparrow Mass) and the World Premiere of Georgia Johnston's 'Prayer Before Starting' & 'The Book of Changes' (text by Paula Meehan). Tickets available at the door or through Eventbrite (link below)Conducted by Duncan BrickendenOrchestra led by David O'DohertySoloists:Lynda LeeRaphael ManganKaty KellyKatie Richardson McCrea

Posted by Diva Voces on Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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Diva Voces

St Andrew's Church, Sunday 10th June 2018

Diva Voces are very proud to announce the world premiere on June 10th of two new works written for them by composer Georgia Johnston – with text by the renowned Irish poet Paula Meehan.

A wonderful version of Mozart's Spatzenmesse – or Sparrow Mass – adapted for an all-women choir, will also be performed.

Soloists are: Katy Kelly, Lynda Lee, Katie Richardson McCrae and Raphaela Mangan. The orchestra will be led by David O'Doherty.

A further selection of songs, suitable for Divas, will be performed on the night.

Tickets are available at the door and on Eventbrite.

Sunday 10th June 2018
€10 | €15 | €40
St Andrew's Church, Westland Row, Dublin 2, Ireland

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