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St. John Passion

Date:Saturday, March 10, 2018
Time:8:00 PM
Location:Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church
Directions
Featuring:Pacific Chorale
Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra
Robert Istad, conducting
Soloists:
Jon Lee Keenan
, tenor (Evangelist)
Buy Tickets:
GOLD - Rear & Sides $25.00
Standard $45.00
GREEN - Premium $70.00

Program:
To order tickets, select your preferred price section from the text links above. Seating will be first-come first-served within that section. Please feel free to call us at (714) 662-2345 if you have any questions!


St. John Passion, BWV 245 Johann Sebastian Bach

Bach’s musical setting of the trial and crucifixion of Jesus as related in the Gospel of John is one of the composer’s most powerful and dramatic works. Forty members of Pacific Chorale join forces with period instrument orchestra Musica Angelica to bring this masterpiece to Our Lady Queen of Angels for the Lenten season.


Portrait of J. S. Bach (1746)
by Elias Gottlob Haussman

Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra