Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
Franz Joseph Haydn's Missa in Angustiis
The Lincoln Center
Presented by Tom and Jean Sutherland
Back by popular demand is audience favorite Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. Composed in 1999, the work uses texts from the traditional Latin mass, the Muslim call to prayer, the Psalms, and select poets to take the listener on a journey from the cacophony of war to a resounding message of hope and peace. This time, we’ve reimagined Jenkins’ musical meditation on love, hope, and war as part of a month-long series of inter-generational, interfaith, and intercultural activities about war and peace we’re calling Peace for the Ages. Activities include a concert by the Silvertones and a performance at the Veterans Plaza of Northern Colorado.
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