Vox Fidelis Live Concert at 4:00 pm Sunday at CHS

Vox Fidelis Concert Ch Holy Spirit July 21.pdf (1 page)Don’t miss Vox Fidelis in concert at 4:00 pm this afternoon at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Orleans. Vox Fidelis will be performing The Triumph of the English Renaissance in this special appearance on the final stop in their short Cape Cod summer tour, so don’t miss out! This is your last chance to catch this show before they return home for another year.

Vox Fidelis is a professional choir under the direction of Timothy Smith, dedicated to the performance, cultivation, and promotion of sacred Renaissance polyphony, and its place in traditional sacred liturgy. Vox presents concerts and leads church services throughout the northeastern United States, including Vespers, Lessons & Carols, Lenten meditation, and music for Benediction. Vox also leads a regular Compline series at Christ Church, Bordentown, New Jersey. Vox Fidelis is a member of the Guild for Early Music.

Vox Fidelis has spent the last four days delighting audiences in Falmouth, Dennis, and Chatham during their brief Cape Cod summer tour, and were featured in a one-hour live studio broadcast on WOMR on Saturday with host and CHS parishioner Bernie Hutchens. That interview and performance will be available on the WOMR website soon.

The concert at Church of the Holy Spirit in Orleans will feature selections by Tallis, Taverner, Sheppard, and Byrd, among other great composers of the English Renaissance. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Church of the Holy Spirit. Admission is $15 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and tickets are available by calling the parish office at 508-255-0433.

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