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The Westminster Choir, con-ducted by Joe Miller, will cele-brate its return to Princeton afterits January concert tour of theMidwest with a free concert forthe community on Monday, Jan.28 at 7:30 p.m. in Richardson Au-ditorium in Alexander Hall onthe Princeton University campus.The program, entitled “Appearand Inspire,” will feature classicand contemporary choral works,including three by Benjamin Brit-ten in recognition of the 100th an-niversary of the composer’sbirth. The concert title is takenfrom Britten’s Hymn to St. Cecil-ia, which he wrote to celebratethe patron saint of music. A set-ting of texts by W. H. Auden, eachsection of the work includes therefrain "Blessed Cecilia/Appearin visions to all musicians/Ap-pear and inspire."The program includes addi-tional challenging works that de-mand the highest level of expres-sive musicality, for which theWestminster Choir is known, in-cluding “Kyrie” from Tomas Luisde Victoria’s Missa Alma Re-demptoris, Gustav Holst’s NuncDimittis and Johann SebastianBach’s Der Geist hilft unsrerSchwachheit. One set will featureworks either written by a French
Free concert on Jan. 28with Westminster Choir
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