Now that's what I call a concert

Cappella Romana directed by Alexander Lingas perform luminous choral music by contemporary composers steeped in the Byzantine tradition. Featured works include: Radiant Cloud and the world premiere of A Woman Clothed with the Sun, a setting from the Book of Revelation, by Michael Adamis and the "Benedictions" from the Requiem by Mikis Theodorakis who featured on these pages recently. Portland: Fri, Apr 20, 2007, 8:00pm @ St Mary’s Cathedral, 1716 NW Davis St, & Seattle: Sat, Apr 21, 2007, 8:00pm @ Holy Rosary Church, 4139 42nd Ave SW

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