Enjoy Some enChanted Evening on March 2
Musica Sacra Cantorum, Sarasota’s Sacred Choral Ensemble, presents Some enChanted Evening on March 2 at 4 p.m. at St. Boniface Episcopal Church.
From a wide variety of chant from cultures across the globe, artistic director Robert Parrish has assembled a program with traditional chant from Early Christianity, Judaism, Russian and Greek Orthodoxy. There are also chant-inspired works by popular choral composers Ola Gjeilo, Morten Lauridsen, John Tavener, and Maurice Durufle.
Musica Sacra Cantorum will investigate not only original chants from the cultures listed above, but choral works that have either been based on traditional chant tunes, or have been composed based on the structure and feel of chant. This program of all-faith’s sacred music investigates chant and chant-inspired works of all types, eras and belief systems in an immersive experience.
Singer, recording artist and world music specialist Stephanie Heidemann; and Mary Mozelle, distinguished concert organist, harpsichordist and recording artist, will be joining Musica Sacra Cantorum for this unusual concert experience.
Location: 5615 Midnight Pass Rd., Sarasota. For more information and to purchase tickets, call 941-405-7322 or visit MusicaSacraCantorum.org.