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Rachmaninov Vespers

Rachmaninov Vespers

Sergei Rachmaninov is best known for his works for piano and for orchestra, but he also composed one of the greatest works in the choral repertoire: his hour-long, unaccompanied All-Night Vigil, often called the “Vespers.” Written in 1915, it is the most beautiful blossom in the final flowering of the great Russian choral tradition in the turn of the twentieth century.

We will also present the first movement of Love Letters by Bern Herbolsheimer (1948–2016), the late composer who was a very dear member of the Cascadian Chorale community.

  • “Gold and Silver” from Love Letters, by Bern Herbolsheimer
  • All-Night Vigil op.37, by Sergei Rachmaninov

Saturday, April 2, 2016
7:30 p.m.

Church of the Holy Cross
11526 162nd Avenue NE
Redmond, Washington


Sunday, April 3, 2016
3:30 p.m.

St. Thomas Episcopal Church
8398 NE 12th Street
Medina, WA


Proud member of the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium