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Stanford Symphonic Chorus
Magnificat: Choral Works from the Anglican Tradition

Friday, May 12, 2017 8:00PM
Memorial Church

Under the baton of Stephen M. Sano, the Stanford Symphonic Chorus presents a celebration of choral works from the Anglican tradition, featuring John Rutter's exuberant Magnificat. The program also showcases three works by the early 20th-century master Gerald Finzi: the motets Magnificat and God is gone up, and the introspective Eclogue, featuring faculty pianist Frederick Weldy.

Discounted with advance purchase:  Regular $15  |  Senior (65+) $10  |  Non-Stanford Student (present valid student ID card) $10
At the door:  Regular $20  |  Senior (65+) $15  |  Non-Stanford Student (present valid student ID card) $15

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Stanford Symphonic Chorus
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