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Rachmaninoff Vespers

Presented by Skylark at St. Paul Church, Cambridge, Cambridge MA

Jun 05 2022
Rachmaninoff Vespers

Join Skylark for an encore performance of Rachmaninoff’s transcendent All-Night Vigil.

An apocryphal story recounts that when conductor Nikolai Danilin first heard Sergei Rachmaninoff play the score for his All-Night Vigil  (‘Vespers’), Danilin said “Where am I to get such basses? They are as rare as Asparagus at Christmas!\" In the fall of 2019, Skylark presented the greatest masterwork of a cappella music as it had never been heard before: a performance of the finest professional vocalists in the United States anchored by world-renowned basses joining forces for the

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General Admission - Premium: $60.00

General Admission: $40.00

Students/Music Educators: $20.00

Tickets available at the door 1 hour prior to concert. Tickets are sold general admission by section.


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Additional time info:

Pre-concert talk at 2:15 with Artistic Director Matthew Guard.


St. Paul Church, Cambridge

29 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

COVID-19 Phased Reopening Details


All patrons and staff will be required to wear masks. Masks must cover the nose and mouth and must be worn during the duration of the performance. Depending on local guidelines and virus prevalence, some or all Skylark artists may also be masked for performances. If Skylark chooses to perform unmasked, the group will ensure at least 10 feet of distance from the first row of the audience. See our full COVID-19 safety policy at

Face Masks Required: Yes
Social Distancing: Yes
Limited Capacity: Yes
Reservations Required: No
Proof of Vaccination Required: Yes




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