March 8, 2020 4:00PM
English Musical Splendor: The Bach Choir, London, Yale Schola Cantorum, and Yale Philharmonia
In celebration of the Yale School of Music’s 125th anniversary, the Yale Philharmonia joins the Yale Schola Cantorum and The Bach Choir, London for English Musical Splendor, a program that will be performed in celebrated venues in five East Coast cities. David Hill, principal conductor of the Yale Schola Cantorum and The Bach Choir, will lead the ensembles in a performance of William Walton’s arresting oratorio Belshazzar’s Feast and music by Arnold Bax, Charles Villiers Stanford, and Ralph Vaughan Williams. Baritone David Pershall ’10MM ’11AD and School of Music Dean and faculty pianist Robert Blocker are the program’s soloists.
For full tour details and more information, visit here: https://music.yale.edu/tour2020/
Free Admission, no ticket required
Customers who purchased tickets previously: You may opt to receive a refund, exchange for another concert in this season, or donate the value of your tickets. Please call the box office at (203) 432-4158 by March 6.
Philharmonia Patrons at the Horatio Parker Circle and above: Your vouchers can still be redeemed at the box office for reserved seats in the center section of Balcony 1.
Though performances in Woolsey Hall will remain unaffected by construction on the Schwarzman Center, concertgoers will experience minor inconveniences. Read here for more information.