This production by the Kodály Choir Debrecen and the Kiégő Izzók group of visual artists focuses on different kinds of light: dawning light and dying light, vital, eternal and timeless light, heavenly and earthly light, as well as divine light. By combining the auditory with the visual in a mutually reinforcing manner, this unusual concert conducted by Máté Szabó Sipos offers a unique experience, with Renaissance and contemporary vocal compositions revolving around the theme of illumination acco...mpanied by a light installation created specifically for them, as the two dimensions merge at a high level, rich with inventiveness, into an organic whole. In addition to works by Tallis, Victoria, Byrd, Morten Lauridsen, Matsushita Ko, Malcolm Williamson, Eric Whitacre, Andrej Makor and Levente Gyöngyösi, the concert will also feature György Ligeti's famously difficult work Lux aeterna being performed ten years after the composer's death.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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