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Igor Stravinsky's <i>Mass</i>

Thursday, September 27, 2012 Grand Pavilion 12:30PM

Scot Hanna-Weir, conductor Scot Hanna-WeirJoin members of the UMD Chamber Singers and of the UMD Wind Orchestra for a free performance of Stravinsky&apos;s Mass. Stravinsky was, first and foremost, a composer of ritual music. His earliest works involved secular and pagan rituals drawn from the culture of his native Russia. One of Stravinsky&apos;s only works written without a commission, Mass was instead a product of spiritual necessity. Learn more about Igor Stravinsky and his Mass in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library:

Streaming Audio: Listen to recordings of Stravinsky&apos;s Mass on Naxos Music Library and Alexander Street Press&apos;s Classical Music Library