Vonnegut: Requiem

Vonnegut: Requiem

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n 1985, Kurt Vonnegut attended the premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Requiem and was so shocked when he read the English translation, he stayed up half the night rewriting it. He referred to his new version of the Requiem as a secular humanist paraphrase of "the Council of Trent monstrosity.”

THE WORLD PREMIERE
Voces Novae chamber choir (dir. Susan Swaney) has commissioned eight nationally and internationally acclaimed composers to set portions of Vonnegut’s requiem text to new music for chamber choir and instruments. See below for more about the composers.

The world premiere will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 7pm and Sunday, May 12 at 3pm, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington (2120 N. Fee Ln., Bloomington, IN).

This performance is part of Indiana University's Granfalloon, a celebration of Kurt Vonnegut. It is supported by the IU Council Arts & Humanities Council, the Brabson Library and Education Foundation, and other committed donors.


TICKETS
Tickets are available through the BCT Box Office. Buy tickets online (click for details) or in person (114 E. Kirkwood Ave., Bloomington, IN).

General admission: $25
Student & youth: $15

COMPOSERS
Lauren Bernofsky
Cary Boyce
Malcolm Dalglish
Don Freund
Stacy Garrop
Gabriel Lubell
Moira Smiley
Dale Trumbore


PROGRAM ADS
Your business or nonprofit can reach an audience of 500 or more people from Bloomington and surrounding cities by placing an ad in our commemorative program. Show your support for forward-thinking artistic creation in front of an audience that is passionate, curious, community-minded, and well informed.

For pricing information, ad specs, and deadlines, contact Abby Henkel at abbyhenkel@gmail.com.

Our commemorative program will be full of educational information, exclusive quotes and photos of Kurt Vonnegut, and special reflections from the artists involved in this ground-breaking project. It is edited by Sally Gaskill, designed by Danielle Kay Lucas, and printed by World Arts.

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Posted By: Bloomington Town Planner



Event Details

Date: May 12, 2019
Time: 3:00pm - 4:30pm

Location:
Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington
2120 N. Fee Lane
Bloomington IN 47408

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