Monday 28 March 2022

Nothing has Changed. Everything has Changed

Nothing has Changed. Everything has Changed
Under the evocative title, Nothing has Changed. Everything has Changed, Louth Contemporary Music Society (LCMS) returns with its midsummer festival (17 and 18 June 2022) in Dundalk, County Louth in the Republic of Ireland. 

LCMS hasn't been inactive during the last two years, and this year's festival opens with Linda Catlin Smith's Meadow which LCS issued as a recording in 2020 [see my review] and Sam Perkin's Flow, which was also issued as recording. This opening programme will also include the premieres of pieces by Andrew Synnott and Gavin Bryars.

During the day on 18 June 2022 there will be a chance to hear music by Pascal Dusapin and Catherine Lamb, plus Icelandic improvisers Bára Gísladóttir and Skúli Sverrisson. The final concert of the festival is a real treat, the Estonian choir Vox Clamantis will be giving the world premiere of Siobhán Cleary’s Storm in Devon,plus Arvo Pärt’s LCMS commission The Deer’s Cry, music by the Estonian composer Helena Tulve, and Lou Harrison’s Mass for St. Cecilia’s Day.

Full details from the Louth Contemporary Music website.

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