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March 13, 2012 at 12:38 PM

Choral Arts presents Seattle composer’s ‘Pieta’

Busy Seattle composer John Muehleisen has written more than 30 works, ranging from a piece for the University of Wyoming, in memory of the 10th anniversary of the murder of Matthew Shephard, to the humorous “Eat Your Vegetables.” Choral Arts will premiere his new piece, ‘Pieta,’ on March 14 at St. Mark’s Cathedral, with guest artists Christina Kowalski, Ross Hauck, Seattle Girls’ Choir Prime Voci and the St. Mark’s Compline Choir. According to Choral Arts, the work “explores the virtues of compassion, mercy and healing” through poetry, biblical passages and Eastern Orthodox hymns.

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