Grace & Spiritus Chorale Presents “Missa Pangea” at St. Ann’s Church Sunday

The Grace & Spiritus Chorale of Brooklyn (photo) will present “Missa Pangea,” a concert featuring three distinct versions of the Mass from three continents, this coming Sunday, January 27, starting at 4:00 p.m., at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church, Clinton and Montague streets. The program includes the “Coronation Mass” by Mozart, the Canadian composer Ruth Watson Henderson’s “Missa Brevis,” and “Missa Luba,” a Mass setting based on Congolese folk tunes. The South African singer Peter Ncanywa will sing tenor solo on “Missa Luba,” which will also be accompanied by African drummers and St. Ann’s School dancers. Tickets are $15 ($12 for seniors and students) and may be purchased here.

There will also be performances of “Missa Pangea” on Friday evening, January 25, starting at 7:00, at All Saints’ Episcopal Church, 286-88 Seventh Avenue (at Seventh Street), and on Saturday evening, January 26, also at 7:00, at Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, 85 South Oxford Street.

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  • lori

    This is a wonderful group and I am sure it will be a wonderful concert. It’s an easy commute over to the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church – you will hear a wonderful concert and get to see a new venue. There are a lot of new restaurants over in that neighborhood, near BAM, so try a pre-concert dinner over there.

  • Gerry

    @ lori – thanks for your opinion this may be a nice thing to do go to a concert.
    Not long ago Fort Greene was a rough neighborhood and folks from Manhattan who came out for events at BAM had no place to eat. This neighborhood has come a long way toward the better.