Early Music Vancouver - Raise, raise the voice
About this event
2023 Grammy Awards and 2023 Classical Music Awards Nominee Reginald Mobley returns to Vancouver to share his incomparable artistry with Alexander Weimann and the Pacific Baroque Orchestra in a unique recital. Reggie’s strong devotion to social and political activism has helped him focus on a desire to make a difference within the arts, particularly with the massive inequality regarding race, gender, and sexuality within the classical music industry.
‘Raise, raise the voice’, one of Henry Purcell’s most attractive smaller-scale works, praises Apollo on ‘sacred Music’s holy day.’ This title also serves to remind us of the importance of raising all the artistic voices of our rich and diverse world.
1. Concert – approx. 83 min programme
Henry Purcell (1659-1695): Raise the voice symphony
Henry Purcell: O solitude
Henry Purcell: Tis Nature’s voice
Henry Purcell: Fantasia 7 in G
George Frideric Handel (1685-1759): Vedendo amor
Henry Purcell: Music for a while
Ignatius Sancho (c. 1729-1780): Minuets and Country Dances arr. Nicola Saraceni Canzano
George Frideric Handel: Yet can I hear that dulcet lay
Henry Purcell: Here the deities approve
Henry Purcell: Fantasia 6 in E minor
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750): Bekennen will ich seinen Namen
Anonymous (Dutch Gradual, 1751): Amo te, Jesu plus quam me arr. Tineke Steenbrink
Henry Purcell: Crown the altar, deck the shrine
Henry Purcell: Chacony in G minor
Henry Purcell: Evening Hymn
Edward Kennedy ‘Duke’ Ellington (1899-1974): In my solitude
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