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Sydney Sings Verdi Requiem

When:

Sun 12 Nov 2017, 3:00pm–5:00pm

Where: Sydney Town Hall, 483 George Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $55.00
  • Pensioner - not Seniors Card: $52.00
  • Full-Time Student and Children under 16: $30.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: jax2c

The Sydney University Graduate Choir and its Music Director, Christopher Bowen OAM, is delighted to announce a performance of Verdi’s powerful Requiem in the magnificent Sydney Town Hall. This concert will be part of the Choir’s Sydney Sings…series, and will be presented with a large guest chorus drawn from across NSW and a full orchestra of professional musicians brought together specially for the occasion.

The Verdi Requiem is a masterpiece of the Romantic era. Marshalling his resources as a dramatist and lyrical composer, Verdi, one of the greatest opera composers of all time, created a powerful and moving reflection on life and death.

Composed in 1874, the work came after his most famous opera, Aida, and before Otello. Scored for four soloists, chorus and orchestra, the Requiem is one of Verdi’s most loved works. A rich and dynamic work, it ranges from the hushed intensity of its opening, to the lyrical beauty of the Agnus Dei duet for soprano and alto, to the thunderous power of the Dies Irae. On this occasion, a massed choir of up to 300 singers promises to lift the roof off the Town Hall.

The soloists assembled for this performance are a particularly fine ensemble of professional singers, all of whom have significant achievements in operatic repertoire to bring to their performance. It promises to be an unforgettable afternoon of music-making.