CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Thursday, April 10, 2014 | 7:30 PM
Weill Recital Hall
When British countertenor Iestyn Davies made his New York recital debut at Carnegie Hall in 2011, he was hailed as “one of the most memorable presences on the scene right now.” He sang with “a passionate sensuality fully contained within the rigorous constraints of Baroque form” and has “the potential to be one of the truly special artists of his generation” (The New York Times). Hear the inspired development of this emerging artist and early-music expert when he returns to the Carnegie Hall recital stage.
This concert is part of Salon Encores.
- Iestyn Davies, Countertenor
- Thomas Dunford, Lute
- JOHNSON "Have you seen the bright lily grow?"
- JOHNSON "Care–charming sleep"
- JOHNSON "From the Famous Peak of Derby"
- DANYEL "Grief, keep within"
- DANYEL "Why canst thou not, as others do?"
- DANYEL "Can doleful notes?"
- DANYEL "Never weather—Beaten sail"
- NICO MUHLY " Old Bones" (NY Premiere)
- DOWLAND "Come again, sweet love doth now invite"
- DOWLAND "In darkness let me dwell"
- DOWLAND "Can she excuse my wrongs"
- DOWLAND "Flow, my tears, fall from your springs"
- DOWLAND The Frog Galliard
- DOWLAND "Now, O now, I needs must part"