Arvo Pärt Project

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  • Classical and opera
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Deservedly popular Estonian composer Arvo Pärt makes a rare appearance in New York for two concerts of his boldly contemplative music. Tonight at Carnegie Hall, the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir and the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra take on some of his greatest hits—including Fratres, Te Deum and Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten. (The 2009 piece Adam's Lament and a recently revised version of Salve Regina complete the program.) On Mon 2, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Temple of Dendur, the Estonians will perform the powerful Kanon Pokajanen. (That performance is currently sold out, though it will also be streamed live at q2music.org.)
Event website: http://carnegiehall.org
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