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Pasadena Pro Musica -Psalms, Hymns, and Inspired Songs

Composers throughout musical history have expressed humanity’s connection to the divine with some of their finest works. For half a century Pasadena Pro Musica has enjoyed performing the large scale choral masterpieces of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Brahms. For our March 18th  concert, however, we turn to more intimate works of deeply personal religious expression.


PPM is especially excited to sing Dark Night Of The Soul and Luminous Night Of The Soul by Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo. Based on texts  by the great mystic St. John of the Cross, these works are scored for chorus, string quartet and piano. Our own Alan Geier will be the soloist.

Program:
Elaine Bearer         L'alma rapita - Gesualdo al ritorno (world premiere)
William Boyce        By the Waters of Babylon
Johannes Brahms  Warum ist das Licht gegeben?
Andrea Gabrieli      Maria stabat
Ola Gjeilo               Dark Night of the Soul
Ola Gjeilo               Luminous Night of the Soul
Palestrina               Quam pulchri sunt
                              Vox dilecti mei
                              Negra sum, sed formosa

Don't miss this second to last concert of Stephen Grimm's remarkable 18-year tenure as PPM's Artistic Director


Presenter / Producer: Stephen Grimm - Artistic Director

Listed Categories
Music > Choral/Choirs
Music > Classical


Event Phone: 525-799-1619

Venue
Neighborhood Church
301 N. Orange Grove Blvd.
Pasadena CA 91103

Regions:
Pasadena / San Gabriel Valley


Performance Dates: 3/18/2018
Sunday, 03/18/2018

Performance Times
4:00 - 6:00 PM

Ticket Information:
Tickets: $15 advance sale $20 at the door.  $5 student rush tickets, as available will be sold at the door until 10 minutes before the concert valid student ID is required.


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