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10th to 19th FEB 2017

 OLD GOA

TICKETS

REGULAR DAY PASS: 350 Rs.

VIP DONATOR PASS: 1000 Rs.

Tickets avalible from the 1st FEB at :

  • Museum of Christian Art (Old Goa)

  • Furtados (Panjim)

  • Art Chamber (Calangute)

  • MOG Museum of Goa (Pilerne)

  • Private Collection (Candolim)

Limited seat for each day - 300 + 50 seats only (first come -first served)

With the Day pass you get free access to the concerts at the Museum (limited 150 seats only – first come/first served)

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*VIP DAY PASS: 1000 rupees

*Regular Day Pass: 350 rupees

Passes will be available 15 days before the Festival in different venues and shops in Panjim, Old Goa, Calangute, Margao and Dona Paula.

*Patron Chairs 5000 ruppes (only 15 are avalible). With the Patron Chairs you get free acces to every concert in front seats and acces to the opening Cocktail with the Artists.

           The third edition of the Ketevan World Sacred Music Festival 2018 includes concerts invoking divine consciousness through the art of music, based on harmony and respectful, peaceful co-existence. The 2018 festival includes concerts such as the “Caligaverunt oculi mei“ combining ancient sacred chants with sounds from different religious traditions; “Hildegard to Cage – into the Sacredness of Silence”, a programme where different soloists expose the richness of their instruments in absolute serenity; “The Sources of Divine” by the Goa University Choir and rich ensembles from all around the world; one of the greatest Indian flutists currently, Rakesh Chaurasia at the marvellous St. Augustine Ruins – a UNESCO Heritage Monument; the Georgian Choir Aghsavali, offering orthodox sacred music from the land of Queen Ketevan; the release of the piece “The Martyrdom of Ketevan – Musical Officium; the world renowned classical Baryton Trio from Hungary, amongst offerings from several others, weaving their notes into the world sacred music tapestry.
           The third edition of the Ketevan World Sacred Music Festival 2018 includes concerts invoking divine consciousness through the art of music, based on harmony and respectful, peaceful co-existence. The 2018 festival includes concerts such as the “Caligaverunt oculi mei“ combining ancient sacred chants with sounds from different religious traditions; “Hildegard to Cage – into the Sacredness of Silence”, a programme where different soloists expose the richness of their instruments in absolute serenity; “The Sources of Divine” by the Goa University Choir and rich ensembles from all around the world; one of the greatest Indian flutists currently, Rakesh Chaurasia at the marvellous St. Augustine Ruins – a UNESCO Heritage Monument; the Georgian Choir Aghsavali, offering orthodox sacred music from the land of Queen Ketevan; the release of the piece “The Martyrdom of Ketevan – Musical Officium; the world renowned classical Baryton Trio from Hungary, amongst offerings from several others, weaving their notes into the world sacred music tapestry.