Night Vision: Things Seen and Unseen
Wisdom and understanding are gifts of inner contemplation often enhanced by surrounding darkness. We explore these gifts in a religious context with Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil, considered by many to be his greatest work. The poignant reflection by Schiller in “The Night” cast in a famously virtuosic setting by Strauss enables us to experience the richness of evening in another yet still deeply personal way.
Houston Chamber Choir’s Luminary Society will host an after party immediately following the concert. Full details will be announced to all ticketed patrons. Guests will enjoy light bites and beverages while mingling with Houston Chamber Choir Singers, Artistic Director Robert Simpson, and our special guest artists.
For this concert childcare services will be offered to any ticketed patrons who are looking to enjoy date night with their partner, or an evening with friends. This complimentary service is provided courtesy of Christ Church Cathedral, home of the Houston Chamber Choir offices and rehearsal space. We ask all patrons to please book their services with us in advance of the concert. To book, please contact April Harris, Manager of Operations at the Houston Chamber Choir. April@HoustonChamberChoir.org
There is ample parking available to all patrons in the Episcopal Diocese parking garage located at the corner of Texas Street and San Jacinto Street. Parking is complimentary for all ticketed guests.