Random Churches of Rome 1: Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater

Random Churches of Rome 1: Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater August 28, 2016

Some of the most delightful moments in my exploring Rome this summer were unscripted moments when I happened to be passing a church and decided to enter. Sometimes I found incredible works of art. Once I found a performance going on of Karl Jenkins’ Stabat Mater, in the Sant’Andrea della Valle church in Piazza Vidoni. Having come in while the performance or a rehearsal was already underway, I didn’t stay very long. But while I was there, the sounds of in that setting was breathtaking.


Click below for more photos from this church, which is impressive visually, even as it also was musically on the occasion of my wandering into it.

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