Dona Nobis Pacem Get Tickets
Friday, Nov. 8 (7:30) & Saturday, Nov. 9 (8. p.m.)
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
The Annapolis Chorale, Annapolis Chamber Orchestra and Guest Soloists Caitlin Vincent, Chris Dudley, David Merrill
and Nathan Wyatt. Read more about them here.
The Annapolis Chorale’s 170 voices take to the stage accompanied by the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra for Dona Nobis Pacem. This creative mix of familiar and new music includes Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms,” Gabriel Faure’s Requiem and Latvian composer Peteris Vasks’ “Pater Noster.” A modern era composer, Vasks is often quoted on his strong belief that music (especially choral music) and poetry have been huge unifying factors in his native country’s fight for independence and a national identity. Soloists joining the Chorale for this concert are soprano Caitlin Vincent, tenor David Merrill, countertenor Christopher Dudley and baritone Nathan Wyatt.
Just added to the program is Tomaso Albinoni’s “Adagio” and the “Air” from JS Bach’s Suite no. 3 in D Major. Both are among the most popular classical music around but are not often performed live. This is your chance to hear the Annapolis Chamber Orchestra led by J. Ernest Green do just that!
Ever wondered exactly what Ernie hears on stage?
Find out by sitting on stage with him! Limited onstage seating is available for both nights. Put yourself with the Chorale and Orchestra and experience the music in a brand new way! Have a ticket already? Call our office and we’ll get you on the stage! (410-263-1906). Don’t have a ticket? Call the MD Hall Box Office and tell Rebecca you want to be on stage with Ernie!
How do you relate to the music?
Come Friday and talk with Ernie and our soloists at our post-concert Q&A. Or, come Saturday at 7 p.m. and hear Ernie’s thoughts on the concert to come.