23-24 Season
Masterworks Series

Canticle of the Sun

  • Date: Feb. 4, 2024
  • Time: 4:00 pm

Featuring the Carolina Master Chorale

Composers have frequently drawn inspiration from stories and traditions of the past, whether from their own cultural heritage or from more distant sources. Experience epic historical portrayals by two 20th-century composers: Paul Hindemith, in his dramatic essay on German Renaissance painter Mattias Grünewald’s struggle for artistic freedom, Mathis der Maler; and a choral setting of Saint Francis of Assis’s 13th-century text, Canticle of the Sun, by Amy Beach, recognized as the first American female composer. Mexican composer Silvestre Revueltas pays satirical homage to a famous native tourist island, Janitzio, while Hungarian composer Zoltan Kodály creates a colorful portrait of the musical traditions in a particular city where the composer lived for several years in his Dances of Galánta.

Prices range from $28, $53, $58, $63 depending on seating section (fees included).

Presenting sponsor:

Supporting Sponsor:

Portside Grande Dunes Grace Management Community


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MBHS Music and Arts Center
3302 Robert M Grissom Pkwy
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577
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