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April 9 performance of J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion

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The second annual performance of Bach’s masterwork is offered by the Cathedral Combined Choirs and Baroque Orchestra, under the direction of Michael McCarthy. One of Bach’s most intensely personal works, this dramatic piece features soloists Robert Petillo (Evangelist), James Shaffran (Christus), Amanda Balestrieri (soprano), Carrie Stevens (alto), Philip Cave (tenor), and Bobb Robinson (bass).

 

The afternoon will begin with a free pre-concert lecture by the Rev. Canon Michael Wyatt at 2:30 pm in Perry Auditorium. The concert follows at 4 pm in the nave.

 

Tickets ($20–$60) are now on sale for this emerging Palm Sunday tradition. To order, visit our web site at www.music.cathedral.org.

 

If you prefer to order by phone, call (202) 537-5757. If you have questions, write to music-tickets@cathedral.org or call the number above.

 

If you’ve already ordered tickets, we look forward to seeing you at the concert.

 

Thank you for your continued support of choral music at Washington National Cathedral. Please feel free to forward this message to friends and colleagues; we hope to see you on April 9.

 

Respectfully,

Music Office

 

Washington National Cathedral

Massachusetts & Wisconsin Aves. NW

Washington, DC 20016

(202) 537-5757 (phone)

(202) 537-3554 (fax)

music-tickets@cathedral.org

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