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The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace

Posted in Arts & Culture
Feb 10, 2018

Mass for Peace

A Mass for Peace

The Greystone Singers perform with the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra and the Canadian Chamber Choir.

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
by Karl Jenkins

Saturday, Feb. 10
7:30 pm
TCU Place, Sid Buckwold Theatre, 35 22nd St. E. 

Since 2001, Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man has become one of the most beloved oratorios ever written. A mass for peace, the work speaks to turmoil and war and moves from darkness to light.

This concert marks the beginning of a year-long dialogue about the
100th anniversary of the end of the Great War.

Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, Eric Paetkau, music director
Canadian Chamber Choir, Julia Davids, conductor
Greystone Singers, Jennifer Lang, conductor

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