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Bourgie Hall presents Davóne Tines, bass-barytone & John Bitoy, piano - Recital No.1: Mass

Artist-in-residence at the Michigan Opera Theatre, Davóne Tines challenges classical conventions by bringing together music of various cultures and aesthetic currents, transporting us on a collective spiritual quest.

Davóne Tines campaigns against racism and for the rights of the LGBTQ+ communities through his art. Bourgie Hall is proud to present artists from the LGBTQ+ communities in its musical programming. Music is a universal and unifying language that reflects the present time, makes us reflect on the past, and helps us imagine a future full of promise. The artists from all backgrounds who take the stage at Bourgie Hall have one thing in common: their exceptional musical talent and the strength that drives them.

Before the concert, Librairie Racines, a dynamic and inclusive place that offers a unique and engaged reading experience by highlighting the stories, culture and living conditions of racialized people, will be offering their books at the foyer of the room .

Davóne Tines, bass-baritone
John Bitoy, piano

Tyshawn SOREY Songs for Death: After Were You There
Margaret BONDS To a Brown Girl Dead
Moses HOGAN Give Me Jesus
Julius EASTMAN Prelude to the Holy Presence of Joan d'Arc
Igee DIEUDONNÉ (in collaboration with Matthew AUCOIN and Davóne TINES) Chorale 1. Darkness
Caroline SHAW Kyrie, Credo, Gloria, Sanctus, Agnus Dei
« Wie Jammern Mich », from the cantata BWV 170
« Mache dich, mein Herze, rein », from the St Matthew Passion, BWV 244

**Use the promo code MASS25 to benefit from a 25% reduction on the general public rate.**

Please note that those aged 34 or under benefit from a 50% reduction at all times.


14h30 to 16h30


Salle Bourgie - MBAM Accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Accessible to people with reduced mobility.