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The Edmund Rice Chapel, Thursday 21st November 2019 at 7:30pm
Don’t miss this world-class duo, tenor Ben Johnson and guitarist Sean Shibe, at The Edmund Rice Chapel on Thursday 21 November at 7:30 pm, where they will perform 16th century love songs of Dowland, Rosseter and Morley, moving to the grand, yearning Romanticism of Schubert and Beethoven, onto Walton’s 20th century masterpiece Anon in Love, and as far as Lawra, and, a new Music Network commission from Brian Bolger. The concert is presented in association with Music Network.
Admission: €17, Concession €15, Students €5 (Includes interval soft drink)
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Fresh from winning the Concept Album of the Year award at the October 2019 Gramophone Classical Music Awards, Sean Shibe is a young Scot who has taken the world by storm in recent years. Equally at home in whatever genre he turns his hand to, Shibe has never set boundaries on the scope of his musical exploration.
One of the busiest young tenors in the chamber music and opera worlds, Ben Johnson is a multi-award winning recitalist and owner of one of the most beguiling voices around. Johnson won the Audience Prize at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World in 2013 and is also a former BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist and a Wigmore Hall Emerging Talent.
Edmund Rice Centre, Mount Sion, Barrack Street, Waterford