Peace Interlude: Chanticleer
Peace Center Campus
From Gregorian chant to World Choral Day to virtual choirs, choral singing has brought people together around the world for centuries. Since the ancient Greeks, singing in groups has transcended cultures, religions, regions, and even the internet. This Interlude will explore the art of choral singing around the world and the various forms and musical groupings that have evolved, developed, and been celebrated each time we share our voices.
Did you know?
While the origin of the martini is not universally agreed upon, one theory suggests it was invented in San Francisco. With over 3,500 restaurants open at any given time, you will never run out of places to partake of this classic cocktail in its home city. In addition to martinis and Chanticleer, other things that originate from San Francisco include the first jeans, the Irish coffee, and the first Chinese fortune cookies.
Featured Beverage: Martinis
Featured Performance: Chanticleer
About Peace Interludes
Unwind, meet up, and connect with your musical community! Interludes are FREE music appreciation gatherings led by Peace Center Artist-in-Residence Igor Begelman. Each interlude pairs a musical facet of an upcoming Peace Center performance with a featured beverage for a multi-sensory sip, listen, and learn experience. Featured drinks are available for purchase.
Chanticleer will not be present at the Peace Interlude.
- Thu, Oct 10, 2019 | 5:15 PM Add to cal