The Washington Chorus: Mozart's Requiem at the Kennedy Center
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The music is eternal, of course, and the performers were competent and brought energy to their parts. I just wanted to note that GoldStar's tickets were well situated for excellent enjoyment, about halfway back from the stage on the orchestra...continued
Mendelssoohn: Hebrides Overture
Arianna Zukerman, soprano
Heather Johnson, mezzo-soprano
William Hite, tenor
Sanford Sylvan, bass
Few choral works are better known than Mozart’s Requiem. Paired with the dramatic imagery of Marjorie Merryman’s Jonah and the exciting Mendelssohn classic, this concert is not to be missed.
Join Julian Wachner and Marjorie Merryman for a post-concert discussion in the concert hall