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Faure Requiem

When:

Sun 18 Apr 2021, 3:00pm–4:45pm

Where: The Scots' Church, Corner Collins and Russell streets, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Live stream: $24.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Fauré’s Requiem, composed ‘for the pleasure of it’, is imbued with warmth and optimism. The Australian Chamber Choir renowned for its performances in the Romantic style shares with the audience the purity of the celebrated Pie Jesu soprano solo and the memorable In Paradisum, with its magical harp accompaniment. Enjoy the freshness of Faure’s original chamber instrumentation.

Renowned for his imaginative programming, Artistic Director, Douglas Lawrence combines this unconventional Requiem with a striking work for choir and solo cello by Sir John Tavener (1944–2013). Fauré’s instrumentation sounds all the more luscious after the austerity of Tavener’s Svyati (1995) for choir and solo cello.

In January 2020, the Australian Chamber Choir won accolades for its True Romantics program, music primarily from the Romantic era, performed in Melbourne, Sydney and regional Victoria.

John Tavener (1944_2013) Svyati (1995) for choir and solo cello

Johannes Brahms (1833-97) The Motet Schaffe in mir Gott

Gabriel Fauré (1845–1924) Requiem Op 48 (1888 chamber version)

In 2021, your physical concert ticket also gives you digital access to watch the program online on demand.

If you can't physically attend, our live streaming ticket is highly recommended at $24 per household. it also gives you unlimited access to watch on demand as many times as you like. We will send you super simple instructions and we're happy to help over the phone or by email