Surging dramatic passages. Beautiful serene interludes. A story of a drought, futile prayers offered to a false god, and the complex, brooding figure of the central character, Elijah.
Choir alumni will join current members to perform this memorable start to a landmark season.
Jacqueline Woodley, Soprano
Allyson McHardy, Mezzo-Soprano
Owen McCausland, Tenor
James Westman, Baritone
Grand Philharmonic Choir
Mark Vuorinen, conductor
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