It’ll be ten years this Sunday. Mostly it seems like many more, though sometimes it seems like many less. There is no shortage of ways to remember. But music is, maybe, a particularly good one—that’s why they call it music. The Pasadena Master Chorale can really sing. The highlight of the program is Faure’s Requiem, which you can hear a bit of here. Four a cappella pieces come first: a traditional setting of Psalm 137, By the Waters of Babylon; Virgil Thomson’s My Shepherd Will Supply My Need; Ross Lee Finney’s Words to be Spoken; and PMC Music Director Jeff Bernstein’s arrangement of America the Beautiful. Order tickets in advance here.
“We Remember:” Music of Ethereal Beauty and Promise
Sunday, September 11th, 4 p.m.
La Crescenta Presbyterian Church
2902 Montrose Ave., Montrose
$22 ($25 at the door)