Friday, Dec. 19 7:30 p.m.
Carols for Quire VI: Charpentier’s “Midnight Mass for Christmas”
Composed in the 1690s, Charpentier’s Messe de Minuit pour Noël is one of the most extraordinary masses ever written. Its melodies are popular French carols, which Charpentier weaves throughout the different movements. The result is a delightfully tuneful celebration!
Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival
Saturday, Dec. 27 3 & 5:30 p.m.
A Cleveland Christmas tradition. The Festival, a volunteer production, is a multi-sensory Elizabethan Christmas experience with pageantry and music that celebrate the light of Christ coming into the world. For details or to volunteer, visit the Boar’s Head Facebook page.
Born in 1659, Henry Purcell was the finest and most original composer of his day. Though he was to live a very short life he was able to enjoy and make full use of the renewed flowering of music after the Restoration of the Monarchy. This concert will include verse anthems, compositions of the liturgy, the Funeral Sentences and songs for the countertenor voice!
Holy Ground Exhibit
Photography by Tracey Lind
Installed by James Wyman
On view at Trinity Commons
Free and open to the public
In 2004, the Very Rev. Tracey Lind, Dean of Trinity Cathedral, traveled to the Holy Land with a group of Episcopal and Anglican Cathedral Deans from the United States and Canada. The exhibit is Dean Lind’s way of expressing what she saw and experienced on this remarkable journey.