SCS at "A Tapestry of Sacred Music" – Arvo Part's Passio

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I’m not Christian, but I found the performance to be deeply spiritual and moving. Congratulations! – Dr. Robert Teoh
The choir was the best part! – Dr. John Hooper

Arvo Part PASSIO: St John Passion in the Dark
by Soloists from The Choir of St James’, Sydney (Australia)
Schola Cantorum Singapore
Michael Leighton Jones (Australia)
19 Apr, Fri, 8pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
More details on www.esplanade.com/tapestry
Michael Leighton Jones, conductor
The Choir of St James’
Philip Murray, Jesus
Christopher Roache, Pilate
Evangelist Quartet
Brooke Shelley, soprano
Stephanie Dillon, alto
Owen Elsley, tenor
Andrew Fysh, bass
Schola Cantorum Singapore
Albert Tay, chorusmaster
Tang Tee Tong, violin
Joost Flach, oboe
Ryan Sim, cello
Yap Zi Qi, bassoon
Evelyn Lim, organ
SCS performed Arvo Part’s Passio: St John Passion in the Dark on Good Friday night at the Esplanade Concert Hall to an appreciative full house audience! SCS members had a great time performing alongside some of the finest Singaporean instrumentalists as well as fabulous musicians hailing from various corners of Australia. And yes, we sacrificed a fair bit of our eyesight in the name of art!
Thank you Straits Times (ST Life 17 April 2019 “Heightened Bleakness in the Dark”) and Radio 938NOW DJ Eugene Loh’s live radio show for the wonderful coverage of this show. The following picture was captured during rehearsal and perhaps best summarises what this beautiful concert was like!

Credits: Albert Tay

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