The Lost Chord: September 5 - The Persistence of Memory
For the tenth anniversary of the surreal, unforgettable events of September 11, 2001, Philadelphia composer Robert Moran wrote his “Trinity Requiem” for the youth chorus of Trinity Wall Street, the so-called “Ground Zero church” in Lower Manhattan. A decade later, we’ll revisit this beautiful, consoling work and reflect on that September morning of twenty years ago – a morning that still feels like yesterday. The recording will be prefaced by a conversation with the composer. Find solace in the purity of music, this Sunday at 10 pm.