Transcendental Taverner: Clarion at The Met

Clarion Society

Friday, April 29, 7:30 p.m.

The Medieval Sculpture Hall

The astonishing voices and original instruments of Clarion return to the Met after their acclaimed (and sold out) performance last season, to perform one of the Renaissance's most powerful and enduring compositions: John Taverner’s Missa Gloria Tibi Trinitas, The Clarion Choir, The Clarion Orchestra, and Artistic Director Steven Fox also perform Taverner's expansive motet for Easter, Dum transisset Sabatum, and the heavenly, In manus tuas, by Taverner's contemporary, John Sheppard.

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Ticket to this event include Museum admission.

Above: The Clarion Choir photo by Kim Fox

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