"African Sanctus" Concert, world premiere in Korea (Seoul)
For any fellow music lovers out there, come and enjoy a wonderful performance by a hard working and talented multi-cultural choir!
The Camarata Music Company proudly presents the Korean premiere of Fanshawe’s cultural masterpiece, “African Sanctus” on Saturday, May 10, Protected content 7:00pm, at Chungdong First Methodist Church Protected content , Jung-gu, Seoul (City Hall Station)
Under the direction of Ryan Goessl (라이언게슬), the Camarata Chorale, accompanied by rock band, African drums, authentic indigenous African music recording track, and multimedia, will be joined by the Terroir Children's Choir, a 30 voice Korean children's choir, performing both in "African Sanctus" along with a set of their own music.
“African Sanctus” marks the eighteenth production in CMC’s regular concert series.
“African Sanctus” is a universal work whose impact is immediate, whose message is simple, the driving force is one of Praise and a firm belief in One Music - One God. It informs both listener and performer about African music and its relationship to Western polyphony and captures the eternal and spiritual soul of music. It is an event, a celebration of power and energy, both visual, aural and multi-cultural, now performed live all over the world. For David Fanshawe there are no musical barriers.”
Tickets: 20,000 won in advance (예매); 30,000 won at the door (현장)
Advance tickets for ‘African Sanctus’ may be purchased from CMC Chorale members or via bank transfer.
"Camarata Music Company" (카마라타 뮤직 컴퍼니) at Shinhan Bank Bank Account number: Protected content
After transferring funds, please send an email (Name, amount transferred and # of tickets) to: Protected content
Tickets may also be purchased via credit card by visiting the Camarata Music Office in Yongsan-dong 2ga. For this option, please express interest to Protected content .
Camarata Music Company is a non-profit organization that provides collaborative performance opportunities to musicians of multiple nationalities residing in Korea.
A portion of concert proceeds supports CMC’s local outreach, providing concerts and interaction for hospitals, churches, orphanages, and disabled centers in the greater Seoul area.
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