What is Mass?
Ivor Novello-nominated composer Conor Mitchell premieres his electrifying symphonic queer mass score, live in one of the city’s most iconic empty spaces, the Belfast Telegraph Printworks.
With specially commissioned visuals by queer film makers from across the world (Madonna Adib, Paulo Mendel & Vi Grunvald, Mariah Garnett, Simone Harris, Mohammad Shawky Hassan and Debalina Majumder), the immersive world of MASS smashes sacred, profane and queer ceremony together in a seismic event that is part classical oratorio, part rave!
Also featuring international soprano Giselle Allen, Sarah Richmond (Mezzo), Christopher Cull (Baritone) and John Porter (Tenor), MASS is a stunning evolution in the way we experience live music and queer ritual, dancing in the spirit of celebration and power in the collective.
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