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Satan's Fall

Journey to the dark side with a heavenly choir

Sun May 8, 2022 4pm

Central Lutheran Church

~1 hour 45 min including intermission

The VocalEssence Chorus and Ensemble Singers tell the story of creation through the voices of composers across time and cultures, culminating in the regional premiere of “Satan’s Fall,” a new composition by Stewart Copeland, drummer for British hitmakers The Police. Feel the driving rhythm of the voices in this oratorio inspired by John Milton’s epic poem “Paradise Lost” at Central Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. Celebrated tenor Nathan Granner and dexterous soprano Jamie Chamberlin will be guest soloists at this concert, with stage direction by Peter Rothstein of Theater Latté Da. The composer, Stewart Copeland, will be in attendance and will join us for a pre-concert talk. 

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