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It’s New York’s turn to experience Tenebrae: Music of Holy Week from East & West. After a performance in Washington D.C., the St. Vladimir’s Seminary Chorale will bring the spectacular evening of music to New York City’s beautiful St. John Nepomucene Church on Friday, April 5.

NYC Tenebrae Concert

The concert takes its name from a candlelit Holy Week service from the Western Christian tradition (tenebrae means “darkness” in Latin). The evening’s program will immerse listeners in the solemn Lenten journey to the cross and the empty tomb.

The concert is a fundraiser that helps the Seminary educate and form the future leaders of the Orthodox Church. There is no admission fee to attend the event. Tickets are available at the door, or you may reserve your seat in advance (see below). A reception will follow for the first 100 people to RSVP with a donation. Donations made before the concert, by April 1, of over $100 will be listed in the event program.

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