Come and hear Christchurch choir Schola Cantorum sing a concert of music from different eras, on 6 May at the Piano. The songs in the programme will range from renaissance polyphony to twenty-first century music.
‘We love singing a cappella, weaving our voices together in a tapestry of sound that connects us with great music from throughout the ages,’ says Musical Director Felicity O’Brien. ‘This concert includes several religious pieces based on the feast of Pentecost, or the coming of the Holy Spirit. Others are about dreams and the spiritual dimension of a more secular world. We hope you enjoy our choices as much as we enjoy singing them!’
Schola Cantorum was founded in 1987 to preserve and perform the rich tradition of Mediaeval and Renaissance music, which includes plain chant, polyphony and madrigals.
Entry is by programme available at the door for $10, adults; children are free (Cash only)
Mondays Onstage is proudly supported by the Maurice Carter Charitable Trust.