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Music from St. Mark’s will present John Rutter’s Requiem in celebration of All Saints’ Sunday. Written for soprano soloist and chorus, the work will be presented by the choir of St. Mark’s with organ and instrumental ensemble and led by guest conductor Gary Seighman of Trinity University.

Rutter’s Requiem is unmistakably optimistic in its message of hope and comfort, expressed through the beauty of the chosen texts and characteristically lyric and uplifting music. The seven-movement work uses a non-traditional approach to the structure, weaving together texts from the Missa pro defunctis, the Psalms, and the Book of Common Prayer in an arch-like format, with the “celebratory and affirmative” Sanctus as the keystone.

Music from St. Mark’s will present John Rutter’s Requiem in celebration of All Saints’ Sunday. Written for soprano soloist and chorus, the work will be presented by the choir of St. Mark’s with organ and instrumental ensemble and led by guest conductor Gary Seighman of Trinity University.

Rutter’s Requiem is unmistakably optimistic in its message of hope and comfort, expressed through the beauty of the chosen texts and characteristically lyric and uplifting music. The seven-movement work uses a non-traditional approach to the structure, weaving together texts from the Missa pro defunctis, the Psalms, and the Book of Common Prayer in an arch-like format, with the “celebratory and affirmative” Sanctus as the keystone.

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St. Mark's Episcopal Church
https://www.stmarks-sa.org/event/8622491-2022-11-06-concert-rutter-requiem/

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