UPDATE ON VOCES8 TICKETING FOR MACKY AUDITORIUM:
Good news! Tickets for tonight’s concert at Macky Auditorium are again available for purchase! Please use this link:
Tickets are available in 6 sections at 3 price points. You will be able to purchase your ticket(s) within a section – actual seats will NOT be assigned.
Volunteers from Ars Nova Singers will be on hand to answer questions and provide direction. There will be a Patron Services Table available in the east lobby to help with any issues you may encounter, or to buy tickets at the door. Be assured that if you purchased your tickets prior to the system issues, your seats are secure and will be honored!
We are so very grateful for your patience as we navigate this challenging situation! We promise that the concert tonight will be well worth all the challenges, and we look forward to sharing the wonderful VOCES8 with you!
Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime event as Ars Nova Singers presents VOCES8, the world-renowned, British vocal ensemble. Touring globally, the group boasts a luminous, ethereal sound that showcases the unique versatility of a cappella choral music. Celebrate with us as we explore diverse musical expressions and share in the guiding power of song!
VOCES8 will present two different programs in this Colorado visit:
March 1: Choral Dances
Macky Auditorium, Boulder
Including music from Byrd to Britten, and Bach to Berlin. VOCES8 shares:
“Since the first music was created, music and dance have been constantly entwined. From chapels and courts to cinemas and clubs, this programme rejoices in choral music inspired by dance. Juxtaposing Renaissance music with jazz and pop creates a rare mix of the ethereal and angelic, along with pure foot-tapping fun: a showcase for VOCES8’s inimitable stage presence.”
March 2: Lux Aeterna
Saint John’s Cathedral, Denver
Including songs by Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff, Monteverdi, Paulus and more. VOCES8 shares:
“Warmth, radiance, guidance, and comfort: from the pale glow of moon or starlight to the blaze of summer sun, light has always been a symbol for our most basic human needs, both physical and spiritual. In compiling the music for Lux Aeterna, we found ourselves returning time and again to this idea of the desire for comfort being expressed through music.
Composers of the Renaissance era would of course draw on sacred texts, where light is often closely linked to hope, security, and salvation, and our more contemporary offerings follow in that tradition. Even those pieces which do not explicitly reference light still hint at the solace which it provides. There is for us something inherently comforting about the sound of unaccompanied voices in harmony, and if this programme shows one thing, it is that composers across the ages have felt the same way.”