Ešenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection – Nachtmusik

Overview

The Adonis Ensemble, consisting of exceptional players and singers from the University and beyond, perform Ešenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection – an intensely dramatic, dark, haunting oratorio lamenting the betrayal and crucifixion of Christ, but also considering the sublime beauty of the resurrection.

The Adonis Ensemble, consisting of exceptional players and singers from the University and beyond, perform Ešenvalds’ Passion and Resurrection – an intensely dramatic, dark, haunting oratorio lamenting the betrayal and crucifixion of Christ, but also considering the sublime beauty of the resurrection.

This event is free and is followed by Sung Compline at 9.45pm

Anyone, whether a Trinity member or not, is welcome at the TCMS concerts.

Venue

The Chapel

The Chapel, which dates from the reigns of Mary I and Elizabeth I, is the centre of religious life for the College. There are regular services and the Chapel is also used for concerts.

The Chapel was completed in 1567, and all the statues here are of famous people who studied at Trinity, including Sir Isaac Newton, Francis Bacon and Alfred Lord Tennyson. The painting at the east end depicts St Michael binding Satan.

Further information can be on the Chapel website: www.trinitycollegechapel.com

map

Enter the College via Great Gate off Trinity Street, head through the Porters lodge and the Chapel will be on your right