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Friday May 6 2022 7:30 PM EDT

Choral Splendor in 40 Parts

St. Boniface Episcopal Church
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In-Person Event

A concert 450 years in the making, featuring 40 voices of the Chamber Singers and special guest Les Canard Chantants, a solo-voice ensemble specializing in music of the Renaissance. Experience a rare opportunity to hear Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium (Hope in any other) considered one of the greatest compositions of all time and Alessandro Striggio’s Mass in 40 parts, a masterpiece lost for more than 400 years! These rarely performed works are scored for 40 independent vocal parts, and as many as 60 parts for Striggio’s final Agnus Dei – a feat unequaled to this day. Experience an unforgettable program of polychoral extravagance and unparalleled splendor.

Out of an abundance of caution and the expressed concerns of Key Chorale’s Guest Artists, Les Canards Chantants traveling from the Northeast, we have reluctantly decided to postpone our Choral Splendor in 40 Parts concerts scheduled for January 14-15. These concerts are now scheduled for May 6, 2022 at St. Boniface Episcopal Church and May 7, 2022 at First Presbyterian Church

Current ticket holders will have the opportunity to keep their tickets for the rescheduled performance, exchange for any upcoming performance this season, receive a refund, or turn their ticket into a donation. A member of our team will reach out to all ticket holders to make alternative arrangements.

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Saturday May 7 2022 4:00 PM EDT

Choral Splendor in 40 Parts

First Presbyterian Church
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In-Person Event

A concert 450 years in the making, featuring 40 voices of the Chamber Singers and special guest Les Canard Chantants, a solo-voice ensemble specializing in music of the Renaissance. Experience a rare opportunity to hear Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium (Hope in any other) considered one of the greatest compositions of all time and Alessandro Striggio’s Mass in 40 parts, a masterpiece lost for more than 400 years! These rarely performed works are scored for 40 independent vocal parts, and as many as 60 parts for Striggio’s final Agnus Dei – a feat unequaled to this day. Experience an unforgettable program of polychoral extravagance and unparalleled splendor.

Out of an abundance of caution and the expressed concerns of Key Chorale’s Guest Artists, Les Canards Chantants traveling from the Northeast, we have reluctantly decided to postpone our Choral Splendor in 40 Parts concerts scheduled for January 14-15. These concerts are now scheduled for May 6, 2022 at St. Boniface Episcopal Church and May 7, 2022 at First Presbyterian Church

Patrons will have the opportunity to keep their tickets for the rescheduled performance, exchange for any upcoming performance this season, receive a refund, or turn their ticket into a donation. A member of our team will reach out to all current ticket holders to make alternative arrangements.