The Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum presents
Bach: Mass in B Minor
Bach’s grand Mass in B Minor marks a monumental start to Collegium’s spring season. With intense passion and profound depth, this universally beloved masterwork follows a path of contemplation, redemption, compassion, and rebirth. Collegium’s performance features a professional orchestra of period instruments, uniquely animating Bach’s magnum opus. With varied iconic choral music and solos sung by the student members of the chorus, we aim to bring Bach’s touching and exhilarating journey of reflection to life.
Friday, March 31 at 8pm in Sanders Theatre
With an introduction by Dr. Ellen Exner (PhD '10), Professor of Music History at NEC
7pm in Sanders Theatre
And featuring solos by
Anna Biggs '20 | Emma Borjigin-Wang '17 | Eleanor Bridge '17 | Channing Cimarusti '20
Anahita Iyer '19 | Luke Minton '20 | Samuel Rosner '20 | Diana Smith '17
Serena Tchorbajian '19 | Lijia Xie '17 | Frank Zhou '18
Students $10 (SEF Eligible) | General Admission $20+
VIP Tickets $50 (Premium Seating)
Tickets also available at the door.
Free parking for this event is available at Broadway Garage (7 Felton St).
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