Emmanuel Music features Harbison

Supper at Emmaus

John Harbison's cantata Supper at Emmaus will be performed as part of the Cantata Series at Emmanuel Church on Sunday, April 19 at 10am.
An MIT Institute Professor and composer, Harbison is the Principal Guest Conductor of Emmanuel Music. 

John Harbison: The Supper at Emmaus (2013)
Cantata on texts from Luke and I Timothy 1. Composed in 2014, this cantata is scored for soprano, alto, tenor and bass soloists, four-part chorus, two oboes, English horn, bassoon, organ and strings. The work was commissioned jointly by Cantata Singers and Emmanuel Music, with generous support from David Rockefeller, Jr., the Mattina R. Proctor Foundation, and Epp K. Sonin. The first performance of the outer choral movements was given on March 2, 2014, with the orchestra and chorus of Emmanuel Music, Ryan Turner, conductor. The first performance of the complete work was given by the Cantata Singers on May 9, 2014.



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