Friday, December 2, 2016 - 7:30pm

Recital Hall, UCSC Music Center

The UCSC Concert Choir, conducted by Nathaniel Berman, presents a concert of Renaissance sacred music based on secular tunes. Featuring the early music ensemble Apostasy, the concert will explore Renaissance-era secular tunes, including "The Western Wind", "L'homme Armé", and "Mille Regretz", and sacred compositions by Morales, Palestrina, and Taverner (called "parody masses") built on those popular melodies. Featured will be John Taverner's complete "Western Wind Mass".

$10 Adult
$8 Seniors 62+
$4 Students w/ ID and Youth

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Lobby and ticket window opens 1 hour before curtain.
Hall doors open 30-minutes prior to the performance.
Late seating, if offered, is at the discretion of the management. (Some presentations may offer late seating only at intermission.)
Unreserved seating.
Tickets on sale at www.ucsctickets.com in October. (Create an account online to purchase in advance. Print tickets at home or send to your mobile device.)
Parking $4