Posted on October 18, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

The Augustana Choir, Sangkor, and Mannskor will explore the symbolic nature of mid-winter and the solstice, darkness and light, through choral works drawn from the Medieval era to the 21st century in Augustana’s Faith & Life Chapel. Featured composers include Lauridsen, Neff, Nicolai, Obrecht, Pinkham, Praetorius, Tallis, Thompson, Vaughan Williams, Victoria, Washburn, Whitacre, and Willan. …

The Augustana Choir, Sangkor, and Mannskor will explore the symbolic nature of mid-winter and the solstice, darkness and light, through choral works drawn from the Medieval era to the 21st century in Augustana’s Faith & Life Chapel.

Featured composers include Lauridsen, Neff, Nicolai, Obrecht, Pinkham, Praetorius, Tallis, Thompson, Vaughan Williams, Victoria, Washburn, Whitacre, and Willan.

Tickets (available only at the door): $18 (adults); $14 (students/seniors); $45 (family). Saturday, December 1st (8:00 pm) & Sunday, December 2nd (3:00 pm)

R.A.R.E.


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