Beethoven: Symphony No. 9
Choralis Performs Beethoven's Symphony No. 9
Usher in the month of May on a classical note. The combined voices of Choralis and the Alexandria Choral Society, along with the Choralis Symphony Orchestra and a stellar cast of soloists, bring Beethoven's final masterpiece to life. Not only was it the composer's last, but it's also considered by many to be among the greatest pieces of music ever written. Also on the program is Brahms' Schicksalslied
(Song of Fate
), making this concert a must for the lover of symphonic works as well as the choral aficionado. Gretchen Kurhmann and Brian Gendron conduct.
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The Choralis Foundation, founded by Artistic Director Gretchen Kuhrmann in 2000, is dedicated to nurturing a passion for choral music in the greater Washington metropolitan area through offering excellence in choral performance and providing educational outreach. Choralis provides opportunities for area singers to participate in, and audiences to enjoy, professional-level concerts and musical experiences.