Los Angeles Master Chorale
Lasso’s Lagrime di San Pietro
Conductor: Jenny Wong
Music
9 Mar 2020
Los Angeles Master Chorale
Lasso’s Lagrime di San Pietro
Conductor: Jenny Wong
Music
9 Mar 2020
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Photo by Tao Ruspoli & Marie Noorbergen
Los Angeles Master Chorale
Lasso’s Lagrime di San Pietro
Conductor: Jenny Wong
Music
9 Mar 2020

Los Angeles Master Chorale
Lasso's Lagrime di San Pietro

“Many in the audience, I am sure, will never hear Renaissance music or polyphony the same way again.” Classical Voice

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“Many in the audience, I am sure, will never hear Renaissance music or polyphony the same way again.” Classical Voice
“Lagrime is a major accomplishment for the Master Chorale, which sang and acted brilliantly. It is also a major accomplishment for music history.” Los Angeles Times

“This Lagrime was theatrically, poetically, and musically gripping, delving into the work’s emotionality with unabashed commitment.” San Francisco Classical Voice

The illustrious American theatre and opera director Peter Sellars stages this production of the final work of Renaissance polyphony master, Orlando di Lasso. This set of madrigals depicts the seven stages of grief Peter feels after denying knowledge of Jesus Christ on the day of his arrest. Intensely moving.
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“Lagrime is a major accomplishment for the Master Chorale, which sang and acted brilliantly. It is also a major accomplishment for music history.” Los Angeles Times

“This Lagrime was theatrically, poetically, and musically gripping, delving into the work’s emotionality with unabashed commitment.” San Francisco Classical Voice

The illustrious American theatre and opera director Peter Sellars stages this production of the final work of Renaissance polyphony master, Orlando di Lasso. This set of madrigals depicts the seven stages of grief Peter feels after denying knowledge of Jesus Christ on the day of his arrest. Intensely moving.