April 29, 2012
April 29 - 7:30 pm Kings Chorale, a 60-voice community choir in the Annapolis Valley, presents Titanic Remembered: Recollections and Reflections on April 29th at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. The evening includes contemporary music of that era; music that would have been familiar to passengers aboard the Titanic. But the centerpiece of the performance will be Titanic Requiem by Quebec composer Donald Patriquin, with text by Wolfgang Kater, a choral work never before presented in Nova Scotia. It combines some parts of the traditional Requiem mass with poetry, along with sounds of the ship and the ocean, that expresses the fear and sorrow of this tragedy.
There will be also a presentation during the concert by Steve Blasco, renowned Titanic expert who worked on the IMAX film about Titanic. During the intermission, audience members will be able to visit the Museum's permanent Titanic exhibit as well as the special exhibit Cable Ships: Connecting Halifax to Titanic and the World. Cost for tickets is $15 and they can be reserved by calling Bill Perrot at 902-825-4946 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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