Leonard Bernstein’s ‘Mass’

In a collaborative effort, Arizona State University arts programs will present Leonard Bernstein’s “Mass,” a theater piece for singers, players and dancers. The production will take place at ASU Gammage auditorium, with guest artist Jubilant Sykes. It also features the ASU Symphony Orchestra, Choral, Music Theatre and Opera programs, along with the ASU School of Film, Dance and Theatre and the Phoenix Boys Choir. We hear more from Sykes, along with Jeffery Meyer, director of orchestras at ASU’s School of Music.

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Jeffery Meyer, director of orchestras at ASU’s School of Music
Jubilant Sykes, guest artist

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