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Theile: St Matthew Passion

19 August – 28 AUGUST

This projects celebrates the 100th anniversary of the reunification of South Jutland and Denmark. There will be eight concerts, in Sønderborg and Aabenraa, Gentofte, Svendborg and Kappeln, Gottorp castle and Husum Castle and Nieblum/Føhr.

Performers

Hamburger Ratsmusik:

Ulrich Wedemeier · theorbo
Anke Dennert · organ
Christoph Heidemann · baroque violin
Gabriele Steinfeld · baroque violin
Hermann Hickethier · gamba
Bastian Altvater · violone
Simone Eckert, · gambe and direction

Christian IV’s Vocal Ensemble:

Hilde Gjermundsen · soprano
Maria Demérus · soprano
Klara Lucia Thordsen · alto
Erlend Tyrmi · tenor and evangelist
Jonathan Kroner Ingvald · tenor
Johan Bogren · bass
Staffan · Liljas bass

Program

Diderik Buxtehude (1637-1707)
Magnificat anima mea

Johann Schop (1590-1667)
Erster Theil newer Paduanen No. 1: Intrada à 5

Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) (Not performed in Gentofte Kirke)
Tre Motetter, opus 55 (1929)
Dominus regit me
Afflictus sum (instrumentalt)
Benedictus Dominus

Johann Theile (1646-1724)
Matthæus Passion, IJT 21 (1673)

Wed 19. august 2020 kl. 19:30
Gentofte Kirke (arr.: Gentofte Kirke)

Sat 22. august 2020 kl. 16:00
Sønderborg Slot (arr.: Sønderborg Musikforening)

Sun 23. august 2020 kl. 19:30
Svendborg, Sct. Nicolai Kirke

Mon 24. august 2020 kl. 19:30
Aabenraa, Sct. Nicolai Kirke

Tue 25. august 2020 19:00
Slesvig, Germany, Slosskapell Gottorp

Wed 26. august 2020 19:30
Kappeln, Germany, St. Nikolai

Thu 27. august 2020 19:30
Schloss Husum, Germany (in collaboration with Stiftung Nordfriesland)

Fri 28. august 2020 19:00
Nieblum (Føhr), Germany, St. Johannis (Friesendom)

 

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759): Messiah

Sat 30. Nov. 2019 kl. 19:30
Gentofte Kirke

Sun 1. Dec. 2019 kl. 15:00
Helsingør, Sct. Mariæ Kirke

Ticket price: 200 DKK, available at billetto.dk
Tickets will be sold at the door if not sold out.

Light and darkness

All saint’s eve concert with music by  Heinrich Isaac (1450-1517) and Carlo Gesualdo (1560-1613)

Fri Nov 1. 2019 kl. 16:30
Gentofte Kirke (arr.: Gentofte Kirke)

Sun Nov 3. 2019 kl. 15:30
Lemvig Gymnasium (arr.: Lemvig Musikforening)

Mon Nov 4. 2019 kl. 19:30
Holstebro, Valgmenighedens Kirke (arr.: Nordvestjysk Musikkreds)

A Gateway of music

Renaissance and baroque music at Charlottenlund Castle with Christian IV Vocal ensemble and the  esteemed orchestra Hamburger Ratsmusik.

The idea of music as a gateway to a higher consciousness is not new; Ever since ancient times music has been viewed as something that transcends this world and lets the listener become part of something divine.

In the gospel of st Matthew 7:14, it’s written ’Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which. leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.’  Nothing that’s good comes easy, but through music we can leave our troubles behind, and enter through that gate, and maybe even catch a glimpse of Paradise.

The program contains magnificent music by Buxtehude, Pedersøn, Hammerschmidt and Gibbons, but the main pillars of this ‘musical gate’ consists of three motets by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Tuesday  August 20th 20:00 ( billetto.dk or  politiken.dk/plus)
Wednesday  August 21st 20:00 (billetto.dk or  politiken.dk/plus)
Charlottenlund Castle,
Jægersborg Alle 1, Charlottenlund
Tickets: 250,- Billetto.dk, or via Politiken-Plus.
Ticket includes a snack during the break.

DUFAY AND DANISH MODERNISM

New Danish music meets old french music.

Guillaume Dufay (left) and Gilles Binchois, Woodcut, 1450

Wed 1. may 2019 19:30
Maribo Domkirke

Thursday 2. may 2019 19:30
Vejle, Mølholm Kirke

Friday 3. May 2019 16:30
Gentofte Kirke

Sunday 5. May 2019 17:00
Helsingborg/Sverige, S:a Maria Kyrkan

Christian IV Vocal Ensemble performs music by some of the greatest Danish composer of the 20th Century: Nørgård, Holmgreen, Nørholm and Ruders. They belong to a generation of composers who have already achieved acclaim, and all have their own place in music history.

These modern sounds are contrasted with music by the french composer Guillame Dufay (1397-1474). By musicologists he is regarded as the father of renaissance polyphonic music. It’s a fascinating thought, that more than 500 years between these composers. Even though they are in opposite ends of music history, the musical expression is in some ways similar.

Program: Guillaume Du Fay (1397-1474)
Kyrie, fra Missa L’homme armé

Poul Ruders (1949-)
Preghiera Semplice (1981)

Guillaume Du Fay
Je me complains piteusement

Per Nørgård (1932-)
Morgenmyte (2000)

Guillaume Du Fay
Bon jour, bon mois

Pelle Gudmundsen Holmgren (1932-2016)
Konstateringer (1969)

Ib Nørholm (1931-)
3 Sange opus 3b

Guillaume Du Fay
Apostolo glorioso

Medvirkende

Christian IV Vocal Ensemble (8 singers)
Ruben Munk, conductor

All Saints’ Day Concert:

REQUIEM · OFFICIUM DEFUNCTORUM

Tomás Louis Victoria (1548-1611)

And works by J. Rosenmüller, H. Schutz and Th. Tomkins

Concerts:

  • Gentofte Church, friday 2 november 16.30
  • Vestervang Church, Elsinore, sunday. 4 november 16.00 (tickets: 150,-)

Singers: Hilde Gjermundsen, Anne Sophie Hjort Ullner, Maria Demérus, Maria Valdmaa, Fanny Kompe, Nana Bugge Rasmussen, Erlend Tyrmi, Jonathan Kroner Ingvald, Danny Purtell, David Wijkman.

Conductort: Ruben Munk