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The 8th deal of the week:
Special $8 tickets
Concert For Peace at Lincoln Center
Monday, January 18, 2010 7:30 PM
Avery Fisher Hall
Karl Jenkins: The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace (with film)
Karl Jenkins: Requiem
Jonathan Griffith, DCINY Artistic Director and Principal Conductor
Karl Jenkins, Composer-in-Residence
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, Jonathan Griffith will conduct Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, accompanied by film, as well as Jenkins’ Requiem. Jenkins, the UK’s most popular living composer, will be composer-in-residence for the concert.
Large in both scope and scale, The Armed Man is a profoundly moving yet very accessible work, a compelling account of the descent into war and its terrible consequences. The Armed Man interpolates a number of different texts within the usual Mass form including Malory, Dryden, Swift, Tennyson, Kipling, the Koran, and the Mahàbharàta.
Jenkins, moved and inspired by Guy Wilson’s selection of texts, drew on a similarly diverse array of cultural and historical sources for his music. Jenkins’ Requiem, a mass for the souls of the dead, highlights the cyclical nature of life, death, and rebirth. In his trademark style, the music incorporates Western melodic style with ethnic and world music elements. Featuring Distinguished Concerts Singers and Orchestra International.
Tickets start at $20.
For VIP information and concert details, please contact DCINY at 212.707.8566 or Concerts@DCINY.org or visit our website at