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Mozart Requiem – Matinee

Classical
Matinee

Sunday, April 5, 2020 – 2:30 PM

First performance: April 4 – 7:30 PM

WASHINGTON PAVILION

CANCELED

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Delta David Gier, conductor
Dr. James Johnson, chorusmaster
Hannah Lu, soprano
Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano
Timothy Bentch, tenor
Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone
South Dakota Symphony Chorus

EVENT OVERVIEW:

Part                                 Stabat Mater

Hannah Lu, soprano
Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano
Timothy Bentch, tenor

Mozart                           Requiem

Hannah Lu, soprano
Nicole Warner, mezzo-soprano
Timothy Bentch, tenor
Stephen Bryant, bass-baritone

Mozart’s choral masterpiece is paired with the gripping Stabat Mater from Arvo Pärt – the perfect way to honor Palm Sunday.

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CONCERT INSIGHTS at 1:30 PM

Mary W. Sommervold Hall,
Washington Pavilion
Join Music Director Delta David Gier as he contextualizes the music and enriches the performance with background on guest artists and the repertoire. Concert Insights is held in the Mary W. Sommervold Hall of the Washington Pavilion.

This concert is generously sponsored by:


Hearing the Music: Explore the Meaning of Mozart’s Requiem and Arvo Pärt’s Stabat Mater

Join us for these enlightening conversations leading up to Mozart’s Requiem! Learn about worship through classical music. Join us as Maestro Delta David Gier, Music Director of the SDSO, discusses the original intent of worship through sacred music, and how we can apply it to our world today. Enjoy fellowship, discussion, and music examples.

Sunday, March 22 at 10:45am – St. John Paul II Catholic Church

Sunday, March 22 at 7:00pm – Grace Presbyterian, Pt. 1

Sunday, March 29 at 10:30am – First Congregational Church

Sunday, March 29 at 7:00pm – Grace Presbyterian, Pt. 2

Attendance to to these events is FREE to the public.


*Programs and dates are subject to change.