In November of 2019, Tim Krueger, the Artistic Director of St. Martin's Chamber Choir in Denver, Colorado directed a concert of choral music specifically or loosely connected with the Camino de Santiago. St. Martin's is Colorado's only full-time fully professional chamber choir. This is a note that Tim sent out prior to the performances:
I promised a complete list of composers and works for our upcoming November concerts entitled "Along the Way: Songs of Pilgrimage," so here they are. A caution, however: You will likely not recognize any names. This is not a concert one attends because of familiarity with the material, or even the consolation of knowing that, recognizing composers, you are guaranteed of hearing something you like. It is a concert that features mostly Medieval and Renaissance choral works by composers who lived in towns that are along the Camino de Santiago (hence "Along the Way"), and who would have seen many pilgrims walking through their towns and cities, on their way to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The music follows the route of the pilgrimage, and will be interspersed with inspiring readings by Gene McCullough, Chapter co-coordinator.
This event will be password protected. Send us an RSVP with your name and email address through the REGISTER link above. Please include "Songs of Pilgrimage" in the subject line. We'll reply with the password the day before the event!
What you need to know:
What: "Along the Way — Songs of Pilgrimage", a pre-recorded video concert and post-discussion
St. Martin's Chamber Choir, Denver, Colorado
When: Friday, March 5th, 7:00 pm MST
This event will be password protected: Send us an RSVP with your name and email address through the REGISTER link above. Please include "Songs of Pilgrimage" in the subject line. We'll reply with the password the day before the event.
We will not be recording Chapter Zoom events.