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November 22: Benjamin Britten: Noye?s Fludde

Benjamin Britten: Noye’s Fludde 

Friday 22 November 2013, 8pm

St Patrick’s Cathedral

 Keith Pascoe conductor
Jennifer Hamilton director
Lorraine O’Connell choral director 

David Howes, Noye
Bríd ní Ghruagáin, Mrs Noye┬┐ 
Joseph Nelson, Voice of God

DIT Junior Choirs
DIT Junior String, Recorder, Percussion and Bugle Ensembles
DIT Instrumental Ensemble 

Friday 22 November 2013 is the centenary of the birth of the great British composer Benjamin Britten (1913–1976), and the Conservatory will be celebrating the event with a performance of his much-loved children’s opera Noye’s Fludde.

Noye’s Fludde tells the biblical story of Noah and the Ark.  The text is taken from one of the medieval Chester Mystery Plays.  Britten’s music is brilliantly scored for an orchestra and choir of children with parts for professionals and audience participation – and, of course, a menagerie of animals – all in the dramatic setting of St Patrick’s Cathedral.  


Tickets: €10, €5 concession, €20 family ticket
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