Why See Sistine Chapel Choir?
Back in the USA after a 30-year absence!
One of the most respected and famed choruses in the world alight in Detroit for a special one-off engagement. Direct from Vatican City's iconic place of worship and power, it is a true Renaissance event, for the Choir have not performed in the USA for more than 30 years - until now. They are affectionately known as the "Pope's Choir", and was formed in the 7th century A.D, making it the world's oldest choir. Comprising 30 boys and 22 men, they are even asking for participants to join them-onstage for the final part of the concert! Could you have what it takes to bring the music of the Church to life?
The program includesCantate Domino (Hans Leo Hassler), I Was Glad (Charles Hubert Hastings Parry), O Clap Your Hands (Ralph Vaughan Williams), O Radiant Light (Norah Duncan IV), My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord (Moses Hogan), plus many more!
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