843 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 0G4, Canada
Drawing on works as diverse as Meredith Monk’s Churchyard Entertainment, Leonard Bernstein’s Mass, and Isabella Leonarda’s Ave Regina Caelorum, Vancouver’s summer chorus of queer classically trained singers presents REFUGE, an exploration of both found and created safety and shelter.
Under the direction of Mark Reid, Cor Flammae’s REFUGE includes new works by Vancouver composers Shane Raman and Michael Park, plus works by Peter Tchaikovsky, Joan Szymko, Stephen Smith, Rodney Sharman, Dominique Phinot, and more, presented in two spectacular venues.
REFUGE: City on Saturday July 16 is at Pyatt Hall, the acoustically perfect jewel box concert hall at the VSO School of Music. Fully wheelchair accessible and complete with bar, it is the perfect place for our post-concert mingler. Please join us!
REFUGE: the condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit or trouble. From seeking our chosen families to creating welcoming and diverse cities and countries, Cor Flammae draws on the queer outsider experience to build a lateral compassion for all who seek refuge and hope.
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