The Advent Project will perform Bach’s magnificent Magnificat on Sunday afternoon December 1st. This performance will include the often omitted “Christmas” segments of this piece. This will be a “Conversation Concert” which will commence with a brief talk by Artistic Director Richard Allen Roe, as the chorus performs excerpts to illustrate each discussion point. A perfect way to kick off the Advent/Christmas season!
Event begins at 3:30PM
Presented by: The Advent Project Chorus and Orchestra
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