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Tenebrae: The Passing of the Year

 

Tenebrae: The Passing of the Year

 

Tenebrae: The Passing of the Year

Date

November 13, 2022

Time

6:30 PM

Price

Tickets start at $29

Time

6:30 PM

Houston Theater Week

AUG 22-29, get BOGO tickets in Price Levels 4 & 6

 

promo code: HTXARTS

 

Theater Week Offers

Houston Theater Week

AUG 22-29, get BOGO tickets in Price Levels 4 & 6

 

promo code: HTXARTS

 

Theater Week Offers

“Devastatingly beautiful.”
Gramophone Magazine

“There is a hunger for what this finely
polished group has to offer.”
The New York Times

Part of the Admiral Transfer Music Series

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Sponsored by:
Society for the Performing Arts Foundation

Program

The Tenebrae Choir is a London-based professional vocal ensemble founded and directed by former King’s Singer Nigel Short. They’re one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles, receiving nominations for Grammy Awards, BBC Music Awards and Gramophone Awards. Known for their popular culture work as well, Tenebrae performed “So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish” in the film adaptation of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, as well as music on the soundtrack of Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men. The choir’s Houston debut features repertoire from the 20th and 21st centuries, including works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Joanna Marsh, Benjamin Britten, Edward Elgar, and more.

“Devastatingly beautiful.”
Gramophone Magazine

“There is a hunger for what this finely
polished group has to offer.”
The New York Times

Part of the Admiral Transfer Music Series

Admiral New Logo Transparent 1

Sponsored by:
Society for the Performing Arts Foundation

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The Tenebrae Choir is a London-based professional vocal ensemble founded and directed by former King’s Singer Nigel Short. They’re one of the world’s leading vocal ensembles, receiving nominations for Grammy Awards, BBC Music Awards and Gramophone Awards. Known for their popular culture work as well, Tenebrae performed “So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish” in the film adaptation of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, as well as music on the soundtrack of Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men. The choir’s Houston debut features repertoire from the 20th and 21st centuries, including works by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Joanna Marsh, Benjamin Britten, Edward Elgar, and more.


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