Late night concert with Matan Porat

Saturday 28th September

Lux” is a 50 minute recital without intermission around the theme of light. Ten pieces chosen among a repertoire spanning twelve centuries accompany the course of a day, from dawn to nightfall. Each piece corresponds to a time of day, with its own particular light.

 

5* Diapason

“Pianist Matan Porat invites us on a musical journey from morning until the dead of night. His program, selected as much for its variety as for the smooth tonal transitions between each piece, is a work of art in itself. Gregorian chant opens and closes the day, while Schumann gently moves us into light with his introspective but radiant “Gesänge der Frühe”. Music by Beethoven, Debussy, Scriabin, Liszt, Thomas Adès- plus Bartók’s unnerving portrait of nighttime (“The Night’s Music”) and an exciting world premiere recording of Matthias Pintscher’s “Whirling tissue of light”- provides fascinating individual interpretations of different times of day. Each is played with clarity, sensitivity, and a beautiful sense of narrative” (iTunes official selection)

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All festival tickets are booked via St Michael’s Theatre in New Ross.


   Saturday 28th September
   10.00pm
   St. Mary’s Church
  €10 full price
       €5 student

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All festival tickets are booked via St Michael’s Theatre in New Ross.


   Saturday 28th September
   10.00pm
   St. Mary’s Church

  €10 full price
       €5 student

Book tickets

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Full festival ticket pass

Enjoy our full festival experience with a 5-day (includes Jazz day) festival pass or 4-day festival pass. Find out more details on our How to book tickets page. 

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