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Distant Bells Sat Apr 25

 

Saint Ignatius Catholic Church | 740 North Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Hear a 22-year-old Handel composing in a fiery Italian style during his sojourn among the campanili of Rome, and Vivaldi's most beloved choral work, written in the shadow of the towering San Marco belfry. Our finale is a sublime example of tintinnabuli, Arvo Pärt's compositional technique in which he transforms the conventions of chant into a revolutionary contemporary idiom.

Handel Choir and Handel Period Instrument Orchestra

Emily Noël soprano
Sarah Berger soprano
Sarah Davis mezzo soprano
Jason Rylander tenor
Brendan Curran bass

Arian Khaefi conductor

Preconcert lecture at 7 pm by Aaron Ziegel, PhD, assistant professor of music history and culture at Towson University.

$47 / $37 / $10 student with ID

To order by phone, call 667.206.4120 and leave a message with your name and number. A staff member will call back to fulfill your order.

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Image: San Giovanni, Sardegna by Antonio Trogu.

Distant Bells is sponsored by Venable, LLP.

Venable LLP

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Artists and programming subject to change. No refunds. 

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Handel Choir of Baltimore's 2013-2014 concert season is made possible by support from Maryland State Arts Council, an agency funded by the State of Maryland and National Endowment for the Arts; the Citizens of Baltimore County; and the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards.