Mar 25

Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Church of the Ascension, 221 W. 107th Street
  • Add to Calendar 2017-03-25 00:00:00 2017-03-25 00:00:00 Felix Mendelssohn’s Elijah Felix Mendelssohn's greatest oratorio tells the compelling story of the Old Testament prophet Elijah and his mighty efforts to guide the people of Israel to worship the one true God, Jehovah. Written at the end of his life in 1845, the rich orchestral score for chorus and soloists shows the influence of Mendelssohn's re-discovery of the choral works of Bach and Handel mixed with the harmonic language and new instruments of 19th Century German Romanticism. Tickets: $5/$3 BC/CUID and seniors Information 212.854.5096 Church of the Ascension, 221 W. 107th Street Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

Felix Mendelssohn's greatest oratorio tells the compelling story of the Old Testament prophet Elijah and his mighty efforts to guide the people of Israel to worship the one true God, Jehovah. Written at the end of his life in 1845, the rich orchestral score for chorus and soloists shows the influence of Mendelssohn's re-discovery of the choral works of Bach and Handel mixed with the harmonic language and new instruments of 19th Century German Romanticism.

Tickets: $5/$3 BC/CUID and seniors

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212.854.5096