Passion and Resurrection

Vox Humana chamber choir presents the B.C. premiere of Passion and Resurrection by British composer Ivan Moody.

Vox Humana is presenting the B.C. premiere of Passion and Resurrection by British composer David Moody April 13. A second concert is scheduled for April 15.

Vox Humana presents the B.C. premiere of Passion and Resurrection by British composer Ivan Moody — a profound and inspirational work for choir, soloist, string quintet and bells. Sung in English, Greek and Slavonic Latin, the text is taken from the Gospels and Orthodox Holy Week services. April 13 at 7:30 pm (pre-concert talk at 6:30 pm) at St. Andrew’s Cathedral (704 View), and April 15 at 3 pm (pre-concert talk at 2 pm) at St. John the Divine Church (1611 Quadra). Tickets  $15/$10 (+65), 25 and under  FREE. M

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