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A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers

Marin Alsop, conductor
Leslie Stifelman, music supervisor
Samuel Mungo, director
Curtis Bannister, tenor
Joseph Young, artistic director of ensembles
Edward Polochick, director of choral activities
Eric Conway, director of the Morgan State University Choir
Eileen Cornett, music director
Doreen Falby, director of the Peabody Children's Chorus
danah bella, choreographer; chair, Peabody Conservatory Dance Department
Elijah Wirth, director of Preparatory Wind Orchestra
Peabody Opera Theatre and Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra
with the Peabody Hopkins-Chorus, Peabody Singers, Conservatory Dancers, Preparatory Wind Orchestra, Peabody Children’s Chorus, Peabody Community Chorus, and Morgan State University Choir

Libretto from the liturgy of the Roman Mass with additional texts by Stephen Schwartz and the composer.

Peabody joins the celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s centennial with a full staging of his dramatic, theatrical, evening-length concert work, MASS, not performed in Baltimore since 2008. Bernstein's MASS brings together hundreds of singers, dancers, and players from across our community in a spectacular melding of genres -- classical, jazz, rock, dance, and theater -- with Chicago Fire star and Peabody alumnus Curtis Bannister as The Celebrant. The performance marks Maestra Alsop's final performance of MASS in Bernstein's centennial year, following acclaimed stagings in London and at Chicago's Ravinia Festival.

$15 - $45
Seating Chart

Redeemer Speaker Series

Voices: Marin Alsop Reflecting on Bernstein's MASS

New Psalmist Baptist Church 6020 Marian Dr, Baltimore, MD 21215
7:30 pm Friday, October 26 15 – 45

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