Wellesley College Choral Program singing

Wellesley College Choral Program

Skylark Ensemble presents Sub Rosa: Secrets Revealed

Special Event presented by and with the Wellesley College Choral Program, Lisa Graham, Conductor
Apr 23, 7:30 PM
Houghton Memorial Chapel
Ticket information appears below

What might happen if Robert Langdon, acclaimed professor of Symbology at Harvard University–and fictional hero of Dan Brown’s best-selling novels, including The Da Vinci Code–were enlisted to explore hidden symbols, secret codes, and long-forgotten historical connections buried in manuscripts of choral music over the centuries? Join Skylark to find out.

Featuring video introductions by author Dan Brown and stunning new music by Gregory W. Brown.

Skylark strives to set the standard for innovative and engaging programs that re-define the choral experience for audiences and singers alike. Artistic Director Matthew Guard’s well-researched and creative programs have been described as “engrossing” (WQXR New York) and “original, stimulating, and beautiful” (BBC Radio 3). Often incorporating extensive research to explore connections to history, literature, art, and other disciplines, Skylark's programs engage the audience in new ways, always trying to provide the appropriate context for pieces to have an authentic emotional impact. The sampling of past programs below, including links to full-color program booklets–artfully designed by Cory Klose–gives you a window into the unique experience of attending a Skylark concert.

Please reserve tickets. Free admission with Wellesley I.D.

For more information, please contact:

concerts@wellesley.edu

Image Credit:

Wellesley College Music Department