Handel Choir of Baltimore
Arian Khaefi conductor
Crack open a musical time capsule!
...a haunting account of Edgar Allen Poe's To One in Paradise,
... moving spirituals grounded in African-American religious traditions,
... a striking reconstruction of The Star-Spangled Banner as it might have sounded in Francis Scott Key's time,
... settings of liturgical Hebrew texts and Spanish love poetry,
... a Greek folk song commemorating a group of women who made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom,
... much more, including works by Rachmaninoff, Duruflé, Lewandowski, and Bloch.
7 pm PRECONCERT LECTURE: Reawakening Baltimore’s Musical Past
Dr. Aaron Ziegel, assistant professor of music history at Towson University, explores how Celebrate Baltimore's repertoire intersects with Baltimore's legacy of choral music-making.
TICKETS: $35 premium (preferred seating) / $25 / $10 student with ID
Garage parking directly behind St. Paul's: $5.00 or $1.00 with validation. (Bring your parking payment ticket to the Church for electronic validation.)