Satan's Fall | Roxian Theatre | Rock, Classical | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Satan's Fall

Stewart Copeland, former drummer and co-founder of The Police, is inviting listeners to experience Satan’s fall from Heaven — as told in John Milton’s Paradise Lost — in a stirring new way. With the help of the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Copeland’s Satan’s Fall will have its world premiere at the Roxian Theatre. Composed by Copeland and commissioned by an international consortium of choirs, including MCP, Huddersfield Choral Society in the U.K., and Pepperdine University, among others, for 90 minutes, audiences can expect to be immersed in drama and emotion, driven by MCP and accompanied by a 14-piece ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion.

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