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Alan Walker
Vox Luminis & L’Achéron

3 March 2020, 19.30-22.00

Grand Hall

Masters of Vocal Music

Vox Luminis & L’Achéron Presented by Liszt Academy

Schütz: Die sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreuz, SWV 478
Kerll: Requiem
Buxtehude: Fried- und Freudenreiche Hinfahrt, BuxWV 76 – 1. Mit Fried und Freud, 2. Klage Lied
Steffani: Stabat Mater

Vox Luminis (artistic director: Lionel Meunier)
L’Achéron (artistic director: François Joubert-Caillet)

A Belgian historical vocal ensemble and a French early music instrumental group perform church works by German and Italian Baroque masters. The programme sounds hugely promising even without mentioning names. But all the more so in the knowledge of the two founders and leaders: Lionel Meunier, who earlier sang with Collegium Vocale Gent, set up Vox Luminis in 2004, while François Joubert-Caillet, the most excellent viola da gamba player, recruited the members of L’Achéron in 2009. Composers of the works on the programme, minor and great masters of the 17-18th century – Lutheran Heinrich Schütz who worked in Venice, Dresden and Denmark, Catholic priest-diplomat Angelo Steffani, and Johann Caspar Kerll, who composed the mass played during the coronation of Emperor Leopold I –  are representative of the incredible multifaceted aspects of their age.

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre


HUF 2 900, 4 300, 5 100, 5 900