Feast of music sets tone for Princeton weekend
November 22, 2013 by Mark
‘Illumina: Music of Light and Transcendence’ is being presented by the Westminster Choir College this weekend and features the works of a varied collection of musicians and composers. Guests will experience the finest this choir has to offer. As this is a college performance, flyer printing and poster printing were most likely used to spread the word about this concert to people across the region.
The college prides itself on its Performing Arts program, and some of the featured offerings at this concert include works by Lavoy, Marenzio, Gamboa, Hansson, Walengby, Part, Jennefelt, Mealor, and MacMillan, as well as medieval plainchants with Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna, all conducted by James Jordan. Attendees are invited to subscribe to the arts e-list to learn more about the college’s other performances that take place throughout the year.
The Westminster Choir College is a division of Rider University and provides many notable concerts throughout the year. Its parent university also offers the School of Fine Arts and the Westminster Conservatory with a wide array of arts and theatrical programming.
Tickets for this performance cost $20 per adult and $15 per senior or student with ID. The concert will be happening on Saturday, November 23, starting at 8:00 pm in the Bristol Chapel, Westminster Choir College, located at 101 Walnut Lane in Princeton, Minnesota. To learn more about this performance, or to purchase tickets, please visit the Rider University website or call the Westminster box office at 609-921-2663.