Vidi Jerusalem: Music on the Magi and Pilgrimage on Saturday 1st December 2018
The Korrigan Consort invites you to their second concert series, this time celebrating the start of Advent.
The start of Advent is not only the beginning of Christmastide, but the start of a longer journey from the innocence of infancy to the pain of passiontide. We will be exploring the story of the Magi's journey to Bethlehem by the light of a new star alongside stories of other travellers along paths in the night. 'Vidi Jerusalem' features music old and new by Gustav Holst, Eva Toller, Andris Sējāns, Carol Jones, and a variety of 16th century Italian composers including Monteverdi, Morales, de Castro, and more.
November 29th, 8 pm - University College Chapel
December 1st, 8 pm - St. John's Chapel
Half of all profits of these concerts will go towards Refugee Crisis Foundation, who promote the health and wellbeing of vulnerable displaced men, women and children globally.
Music Genres: Choral, Classical
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