Presented by: Voces Novae
Where: Unitarian Universalist Church
General Admission: $USD 25.00
Student & Youth: $USD 15.00
Kurt Vonnegut, after attending the premiere of Andrew Lloyd’s Webber’s Requiem in New York, stayed up all night revising the traditional Requiem text into a more universal and humanist form. Now Susan Swaney, the Music Director of Voces Novae chamber choir, has commissioned 8 composers to create short musical pieces from this text. The composers – four women and four men (Lauren Bernofsky, Cary Boyce, Malcolm Dalglish, Don Freund, Stacy Garrop, Gabriel Lubell, Moira Smiley, and Dale Trumbore) have approached the text with reverence and wit. The resulting pieces are striking, diverse, and accessible.
Student tickets are available to elementary, high school, undergraduate and graduate students. Advance tickets are available until noon on May 11th, and may be purchased online, by phone, or in person at the BCT Box Office. If the shows have not sold out, any remaining tickets will be available to purchase at the door for cash only, starting one half-hour before the performance.
2120 North Fee Lane
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington is a vibrant and accepting liberal religious community, celebrating diverse beliefs and supporting individual searches for truth and meaning. They are a LBGTQ-Welcoming Congregation that is passionate about social justice, promotes lifespan religious education, and supports an active campus ministry. The church is pleased to make its building available for community events. Parking is available on all sides of the church, with first-time visitor and handicapped parking on the south side.