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The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle: Voices Across the Centuries

When: Sun., Jan. 17, 3 p.m. 2016

This tripartite bill offers choral music from distinct times and places. Josef Haydn’s “Lord Nelson Mass,” also known as “Mass For Troubled Times,” was written to soothe a populace roiled by war. Haydn even obliged the cash-starved orchestra by writing the piece with no woodwinds. Far less earthbound, the other two works on the bill—by English composer Ralph Vaughan Williams and African-American composer William Grant Still—share a 20th-century provenance and their evocation of mythical places. Guest conductor Joseph Flummerfelt leads the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle, while the Concert Singers of Cary provide the voices. —David Klein

Price: $25

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