Like Going To Church But Without All The Boring Stuff

st. martin's One performance only, Sine Nomine presents a double choir with Oure Pleasure Singers.

A concert featuring Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G Minor for Double Choir with chants, motets and anthems for the Day of Pentecost by Byrd, Gibbons, Harvey, Henning, Tallis, Thompson, Titelouze, and the world premiere of Ave Verum Corpus by John Masko (b. 1992) — a student from the Wheeler School.

Sunday, 5pm, St. Martin’s Church, 50 Orchard Avenue, $15 online or at the venue

3 thoughts on “Like Going To Church But Without All The Boring Stuff”

  1. Jones, please don’t marginalize me because of my religious beliefs. Offend much?

  2. I resent the headline of this article. “Boring stuff” hardly describes the experience of attending Church. As a Catholic, the Mass is the highest form of prayer. Not sure if St. Martins is a Catholic Church, but maybe going there to see and hear the performance will inspire somebody to attend a regular service.

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