On Friday, February 18, Tulsa Chorale will resume in-person concerts after nearly three years with a live performance of Morten Lauridsen’s “Lux Aeterna.” The performance is dedicated to healthcare and other essential workers. The performance begins at 7:00 pm at Trinity Episcopal Church Tulsa, 501 S Cincinnati Ave in downtown Tulsa. It is free and open to the public.
“This concert is given as a tribute to our healthcare workers, essential workers and those we have lost during the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Dr. Tim Sharp, Tulsa Chorale’s Artistic Director. “This is a program of memory, light, and hope, and is shared in deep appreciation for those who are helping us through this challenging time.”
The program will feature local organist Casey Cantwell. Additional music includes Lux Aeterna by Edward Elgar, Lullabye by Billy Joel, Song for Athene by John Tavener, and Lay a Garland by Robert Pearsall.