St. Bart's presents A Service Featuring Missa Kyrie fons bonitatis

St. Bart's presents A Service Featuring Missa Kyrie fons bonitatisThe 23rd annual Summer Festival continues on Sunday, September 10, at 11 am with the première of Jason Roberts' Missa Kyrie fons bonitatis for treble voices and organ. Jason Roberts, St. Bartholomew's Associate Director of Music, Organist, and Director of the Boy and Girl Choristers, composed his Missa Kyrie fons bonitatis for St. Bartholomew's Boy and Girl Choristers for this upcoming service on September 10, which will feature children's voices. The mass is based on the ancient Gregorian Chant mass of the same name. Jason Roberts will conduct St. Bartholomew's Boy and Girl Choristers. William K. Trafka will be the organist. _____________

The Summer Festival of Sacred Music takes place each Sunday morning at 11 am at St. Bartholomew's Church during the summer months. At a time when most churches reduce their musical offerings, St. Bartholomew's Church provides outstanding sacred music sung by St. Bartholomew's Choir and Boy and Girl Choristers, two of New York City's most renowned choirs. Works include an array of mass settings from the 15th century to the present embracing a diversity of cultures from around the world. The music is sung as part of the Eucharist or Mass, the liturgical context for which it was composed. All Summer Festival events are free and open to the public.

St. Bartholomew's Church is located at the corner of Park Avenue and 51st Street. Subway: 6 to 51st Street. For more information, call (212) 378-0222 or visit for the complete Summer Festival schedule.

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