March 29 is a chance to hear beautiful music for the season of Lent.
This Spring Musikay has assembled a fantastic team of singers with beautiful voices to offer a program Lenten inspired music. Led by Maestro Stephane Potvin the ensemble is singing the beautiful and inspirational Mass for four voices and Ave verum corpus by Williams Byrd, Alma Redemptoris Mater by Johannes Ockeghem, Miserere by Joseph Rheinberger, Les sept paroles de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ sur la croix by Charles Gounod, along with the haunting Stabat Mater Gregorian chant.
Benefiting from the intimate setting of Saint John the Evangelist (Rock on Locke), the music and voices resonate in a warm acoustic. The wooden structure of the building bring the music to life in ways that the composer probably imagined.
Tickets are available at the door and online:
Beyond performing inspiring music, Musikay is proud to partner with and raise funds and awareness for the CNIB foundation. At the concert, we will take a special collection to support this very worthwhile organization. We count on your generosity.
Join Musikay and Maestro Potvin for this special concert on March 29, 3:00 p.m. at the Rock on Locke, in Hamilton.
Seven last words
March 29, 3:00 p.m.
Saint John the Evangelist (Rock on Locke)
320 Charlton Avenue West, Hamilton