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Saturday, February 16, 2019 6:00 PM // Michigan Room, Michigan League

Pre-Performance Talk: “War, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation”

 

Scott Hanoian, Music Director of the UMS Choral Union and conductor of the UMS presentation of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, and Rev. Dr. Lynne A. Kogel, Emerita Board Member of the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies, present photographic images from official war records of the destruction of Coventry Cathedral and music from the Requiem. Dr. Kogel’s presentation combines images with Wilfred Owen’s poetry. Mr. Hanoian examines how Britten used Owen’s poetry as the musical setting for the Requiem.

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2/16/19 6:00 PM
Michigan Room, Michigan League

Pre-Performance Talk: “War, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation”

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Scott Hanoian, Music Director of the UMS Choral Union and conductor of the UMS presentation of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, and Rev. Dr. Lynne A. Kogel, Emerita Board Member of the Michigan Center for Early Christian Studies, present photographic images from official war records of the destruction of Coventry Cathedral and music from the Requiem. Dr. Kogel’s presentation combines images with Wilfred Owen’s poetry. Mr. Hanoian examines how Britten used Owen’s poetry as the musical setting for the Requiem.

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