Gregorian Pure Chants Tour
Sun., May 19, 8pm
presented by ACG
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Gregorian show scheduled for (Nov. 3) has been moved to (May 19, 2024 ). All tickets purchased will be honored for the new date including any tickets that were purchased via PBS pledge drive. We look forward to seeing you then. Ticket holders have been notified via email.
If you’re unable to attend the new date, send an email with the subject heading "Gregorian Refund" to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your full name and billing address. Any refunds will be made minus fees and must be requested before Jan. 3, 2024 at 5pm. We cannot process refunds after that date.
In the year of 1989 a young Frank Peterson walked contemplatively through the royal monastery of San Lorenzo de El Escorial in Spain. The grounds of the medieval monastery left an indelible mark on his soul. Accompanying Peterson as he walked was the faint sound of modern-day music playing quietly through the headphones of his Walkman. Moved by the stark contrast of these two colliding worlds the initial idea of mixing ancient Gregorian music with modern day hits took hold of Peterson and the rest, as they say, is history.
Peterson initially brought the idea to life for the first time with Michael Cretu with the worldwide sound phenomenon Enigma. The first album MCMXC a.D. appeared in 1990 and quickly became a worldwide success story. MCMXC a.D. was number 1 in 41 different countries and received 57 platinum and 45 gold medals. It is consequently considered the most successful German album of all time.
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