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    3916 Locust Walk Philadelphia PA 19104
    • Friday November 1st 2019, 7:30pm to 8:30pm
    Belgium-based Vox Luminis is one of the foremost vocal ensembles specializing in "intensely dramatic and colourful" (The Independent) performances of Renaissance and Baroque music. Led by Artistic Director Lionel Meunier, the Gramophone-winning Vox Luminis makes its Annenberg Center debut in a celebration of the Italian Baroque, featuring works by Claudio Monteverdi and Domenico Scarlatti, including Stabat Mater, the signature work that inspired the group's founding.

    Anonymous - XII e siécle Lamentation de la Vierge au Croix
    Antonio Lotti - Crucifixus a 8
    Claudio Monteverdi - Adoramus te Christe
    Claudio Monteverdi - Lamento della Ninfa
    Alessandro Della Ciaia - Lamentatio Virginis in dispositione filii de cruce
    Domenico Scarlatti - Stabat Mater a 10 voci

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    The Church is wheelchair accessible by way of a ramp in the breezeway between the Rittenhouse Hotel and the Church. When you arrive, make yourself known to an usher at the church entrance on the square and they will assist you.

    We provide complimentary admission for government-funded or paid personal care attendants (PCAs) whose attendance is required to enable those with severe disabilities (i.e. individuals requiring around-the-clock assistance) to attend events. Depending on the event and the location of the ticketed patron's seat, the PCA will either be provided a seat or will be directed to a location nearby where they can stand (which may or may not include a view of the event). Any request for a complimentary PCA admission must be made when purchasing the patron's ticket by calling the Box Office at 215.898.3900.

    Large print programs are available for the visually impaired. Please see the house manager upon arrival at the Annenberg Center to receive a large print program.

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