March 10 and 11, 2018
Captivating classics, compelling contemporary pieces, creative folk song arrangements, and rousing spirituals all explore the literal and symbolic importance of water in our lives. Experience such fascinating works as Palestrina’s poignant Super flumina Babylonis (By the waters of Babylon), Samuel Barber’s hypnotic To Be Sung on the Water, the tango-inspired Noche de Lluvia (Night of Rain) by Canadian composer Sid Robinovitch, Moses Hogan’s soulful arrangement of Wade in the Water, and others.
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Adults: $50 Seniors: $38 Students: $25