Friday, March 26, 2010

Have you got yours?

Have you got your ticket to this awesome concert on Sunday? Don't miss it! Rush down to TicketDirect at the Regent and get your tickets now!

Sunday 28 March, 3:00 pm, Dunedin Town Hall

The City of Dunedin Choir, supported by the Southern Sinfonia and conducted by David Burchell, presents Bach's Easter story, the St John Passion. This dramatic and powerful oratorio provides a focus for the celebration at Easter.

Tenor Paul McMahon, singing the role of the Evangelist, is highly regarded in Australia for his interpretation of the baroque repertoire. Lois Johnston, soprano, and Claire Barton, alto, are well known and admired by Dunedin concert goers. Oliver Sewell (tenor), Chris Bruerton (bass) and Howard Harvey (in the role of Christ), accomplished soloists from Christchurch, will contribute to the experience of this contemplative work.

Tickets are on sale now!

 

1 comment:

daharja said...

And then there's A sheep named Johann Sebastian Bach :-)

Well, what else do you call a stranger who comes in to your property a day before we sing the St. John Passion and starts eating your seedlings!