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Chant Re-Imagined

Friday • March 8 • 7:00 PM

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The heart-music of Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu, African, and Native American traditions, from ancient to modern. In partnership with Modern Marimba, joined by string ensemble and percussion.



First Presbyterian Church

2050 Oak Street –Sarasota, FL

All tickets are general seating

Adults $35

Under age 18 admitted free

College students free with ID card

Blocks of 10 or more $25 per ticket

Online tickets are no longer available for this concert. Tickets will be available at the door.

Chant sprang up in all cultures. It is the human heart reaching, the music of magic and mystery and longing.

This concert is a riveting immersive experience of the heart-music of Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu, African, Native American, and other traditions, from ancient to modern.

While all works are not chant, they are all inspired by its tone and ethos. A number of pieces are sung a cappella, while others are accompanied by string ensemble, oboe, recorder, piano, organ, and percussion.

We are delighted to partner with Modern Marimba, adding their unique textures and rhythms. The shared passion of mallet artists Tihda Vongkoth and Steph Davis, Modern Marimba aims to showcase the talents of people of color, as well as LGBTQ+ persons and others who have often been marginalized. As a non-profit, they offer concerts, education, and interactive events.



Steph Davis

Modern Marimba

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Tihda Vongkoth

Modern Marimba

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