NYCMC presents The Little Match Girl Passion
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The New York City Master Chorale (NYCMC) will present The Little Match Girl Passion, the second concert of its fourteenth season, on Saturday, February 29th at Church of the Holy Apostles in Chelsea. The performance will be anchored by David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize-winning composition by the same name, and feature other a cappella works for choir, including Billy Joel’s “Lullabye.” “The program we have developed around David Lang’s breathtaking Little Match Girl Passion aims to help us collectively examine how we build our world for the most vulnerable around us – the promises we make to children, and the hopes we have for our future and theirs,” said Dusty Francis, Artistic Director of the New York City Master Chorale. “These a cappella choral works are a unique opportunity for our audience to hear the choir in its purest form, and we are eagerly preparing for the chance to share this music.”
Venue: Church of the Holy Apostles
296 9th Ave
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