To all members of the Metropolitan Chorale,
We are so pleased to have you join us for the Rachmaninoff Vespers on Sunday, October 27th at 2 pm at St. Paul Parish in Harvard Square.
For all tickets purchased from this page, Skylark will donate 25% of the proceeds back to the Metropolitan Chorale -- the only requirement is that the Chorale brings in 20 or more total ticket purchases through this page.
Listen to and learn more about all our incredible soloists here, and buy your tickets below!
Grammy®-nominated Skylark collaborates with world-renowned basso-profundos to present this masterwork for a cappella choir
Grammy®-nominated professional ensemble Skylark, the “cream of the American crop” (BBC Radio) presents the first ever collaboration of its kind:
Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil (‘Vespers’) will include the full 22-member Skylark ensemble which will come together with three incredible, world-renowned basso profundos: Eric Alatorre, who recently retired from Grammy® Award-winning Chanticleer, Glenn Miller, the United States’ leading basso profundo, and Adrian Peacock, from the U.K., an award-winning, Grammy®-nominated audio producer and internationally acclaimed bass choral singer and soloist.
Tenor Jonas Budris, who appears frequently with Boston Baroque and The Handel and Haydn Society, and mezzo-soprano Luthien Brackett, with the Monteverdi Choir in the U.K., will be featured as soloists.
Skylark is one of the leading vocal ensembles in the United States, praised for its “gripping” (The Times of London) performances and its “original” (BBC), “imaginative” (Limelight Australia) and “engrossing” (WQXR NYC) programming.