Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christe
Richard Davy 1467?-1538
Friday 2 June 2006, 8pm
The Great Hall, Massey University
Directed by Alastair Carey
Recontextualised by composers from The New Zealand School of Music
Ancient meets modern in this remarkable revisiting of one of the key works of the early Renaissance. Richard Davy’s moving Passion according to St Matthew is recontextualised for chamber choir, vocal soloists and brass by a consortium of composers from the New Zealand School of Music led by Jack Body in this very special performance to mark the 20th anniversary of The Tudor Consort.
This performance was part of The Tudor Consort’s 20th Anniversary.
Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christe: Richard Davy 1467?-1538
Evangelist Alastair Carey
Christus Brian Hesketh
Spiritus Madeleine Pierard
Brass The Royal New Zealand Air Force Band
directed by Owen Clarke
Recontextualised by composers from
The New Zealand School of Music
This concert was part of the 2006 Subscription Series.