Rogue Baroque, with Lauren Oglesby, soprano, Kurt Münstedt, violin, Ben Fox, viol da gamba, Seth Scott, lute, and Paul Weber, continuo organ, perform throughout a short service of evening prayer as part of the Easter Musical Offerings series.
Surely you’ve had them: late-night existential conversations, sleepless meditations, monsters under the bed that disappear with the light of dawn. Darkness and night have long been playgrounds for the imagination and metaphors for the unknown and unknowable. For J.S. Bach, music and text come together to re-enact and glorify spiritual mystery, while for contemporary composer Georg Friedrich Haas, mystery is revealed in the hidden spectrums of sound. Dive into the deep end for a program of music that reaches beyond.
• The second half of the concert will be performed entirely in the dark.
• At 7 PM, this concert will be preceded by an Introduction to the Music by renowned speaker and presenter Patrick Castillo.
J.S. Bach arranged W.A. Mozart: Adagio & Fugue in D minor, K. 404
Sean Harold: Nachtlied
J.S. Bach: Cantata 54 —Widerstehe doch der Sünde
Carlo Gesualdo: Feria Quinta from the Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday, Eram quasi Agnus Innocens
Georg Friedrich Haas: String Quartet No. 3, In iij. Noct.
$25 General Admission
$20 CAC members
$15 Students (with ID)