Our season begins with a program featuring the Mass in G Minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams along with a pioneering American masterpiece of the 20th century, Charles Ives’ Psalm 90 for organ and chorus. Also featured is Heitor Villa-Lobos’ rarely performed Bendita Sabedoria and Vaughan Williams’ O Clap Your Hands and Psalm 90.
Pre-concert lecture at 3pm.
Event begins at 4:00PM
Presented by: Washington Master Chorale
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