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Musical Performance by the UC Chamber Chorus
: Liturgies East and West at UC Berkeley

When: November 4, 3-4:30pm

Location: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Featured Performer: UC Chamber Chorus
Sponsor: Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Is it possible to cultivate virtue by listening to music? As a musical complement to the exhibition Devotion, the acclaimed University Chamber Chorus, directed by Marika Kuzma, performs a concert of liturgical music from the Eastern and Western Christian traditions—chants, hypnotic litanies, and elaborate polyphonic works—meant to bring listeners to an experience of deep contemplation. The concert includes Ralph Vaughan Williams’s Mass in G (1921), excerpts from the Roman Hurko’s Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom III (2011), and motets by living Eastern European and American composers.
Included with gallery admission

Tickets: $10 General Admission, $0 BAM/PFA members and UC Berkeley staff, faculty, and students, $7 Non-UC Berkeley students, 65+, disabled persons, ages 13-17

Event Contact: 510-642-0808

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