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Tuvayhun - Beatitudes for a Wounded World

Vox Anima London Singers

Monday 30 May 2022, 19:00

Prices from £5.00 to £25.00

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Zanaida Robles Kyrie
Wolfram Buchenberg Von 55 Engelgn behütet (Protected by 55 Angels)
Three Sephardic Melodies (arr. Yehezkal Braun) D’ror Yikra (God will Proclaim Freedom)
Gesualdo Itene, ò miei sospiri (Go now, my sighs)
Sydney Guillaume Anmwe (A Cry of Pain)
Brahms Fünf Gesänge, Op. 104
– No. 3 Letzes Glück (Last Bit of Happiness)
– No. 4 Verlorene Jugend (Lost Youth)
Ko Matsushita Yukamuli-uta (Song of Spa)
~ Interval ~
Kim André Arnesen Tuvayhun – Beatitudes for a Wounded World (UK premiere)


Vox Anima London Singers
DeAnna Choi mezzo-soprano
Landon Scriber baritone
Laurie Sawbridge treble
James M. Meaders conductor
Coreen Duffy conductor

Tuvayhun: Beatitudes for a Wounded World is a multi-movement work for choir, soloists, and orchestra by the gifted young Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen.

With libretto by the American poet Anthony Silvestri, Tuvayhun explores themes of inclusion, trust, compassion, humanity, and mutual respect.

The music reflects these poetic themes by incorporating elements of classical, jazz, and world music idioms, including the addition of hammered dulcimer to the orchestra.

The composer will be in attendance for this UK premiere.

Please note start time.

Duration: approx. 2 hours 15 mins (incl. interval)

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£25, £15

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