We hope to see you there!
The Dark Hours of Advent
Composed by Christopher Greco, piano and vocals
With guest musicians Cliff Chuang, Pierson Wetzel, and Andy Young
English translation of Rilke’s letters by Stephen Mitchell
Kingdom Resources for Christ (KRC) cordially invites you to an evening of live classical holiday music performed by the Enharmonic Choir of Greater Boston.
Held (Saturday December 9th, 4pm) at the Chinese Bible Church of Greater Boston in Lexington, MA.
This free live concert is performed by the Enharmonic Choir, which showcases professional classical vocals and instrumentals for all to enjoy. We pray that this worship through music will raise the spirits of all who attend!
Kingdom Resources for Christ (KRC) hopes that you, your friends and family will join us for this evening of musical enjoyment. The concert is free to all. An intermission offering will be taken up to support the continuing ministries of KRC as we labor to build a more vibrant Kingdom together.
For any questions, please reach out: email@example.com.
“Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine” (“Grant them eternal rest, O Lord”). So begins a sung Requiem Service which honors those who have died in the past year.
Come with your recently lost family members and friends in mind, or the dying innocents throughout the world. Come to receive Christ’s rest as you are comforted by the musical beauty of this Requiem by the famous French composer, Gabriel Faure.
Hear the choir and instrumental ensemble at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church, 188 Elliott Street, Danvers (Rt. 62, off Rt. 128) on Sunday, November 5, at 5 pm.
The service will be followed by the Opening Reception of the Portrait Photograph Exhibit, “Made in His Image”.
Powered by Citizen’s Bank|Live, the Music Forward Foundation’s annual event of Amp Up Boston is a free, all-ages concert put together by local interns for Boston music lovers. We strive for excellence through the production of an inclusive, fun, and high-energy event to showcase a range of diverse local musicians and provide an accessible show for the community. This year’s concert features four Boston-area artists spanning indie, pop, and rock music.