The Ulster Orchestra performs Music for Good Friday on 29 March 2024 at the Ulster Hall, Belfast!
A work that is born out of enormous personal loss, Dvořák’s setting of the Stabat mater, the poem that meditates on Mary’s grief at the death of Jesus, was written following the tragic deaths of three of his young children. This deeply profound journey from grief and loss, through spiritual healing, to radiant hope offers space for personal reflection. Join Honorary Principal Guest Conductor Jac van Steen, a stellar group of soloists including Northern Irish soprano Giselle Allen and the Belfast Philharmonic Choir for a beautiful concert that reflects the mood of Good Friday.
Dvořák Stabat mater
JAC VAN STEEN CONDUCTOR
BELFAST PHILHARMONIC CHOIR
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