Verdi's Requiem at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall
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With a voice that The New York Times describes as a "singularly thunderous baritone," Broadway leading man Brian Stokes Mitchell joins the NSO Pops for an evening of holiday favorites. Equally comfortable as a dancer and a singer, he's an in-demand presence on the Great White Way, with critically acclaimed performances in Man of La Mancha, Kiss Me Kate, Ragtime, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Jelly's Last Jam, Sweeney Todd and, most recently, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown. He's even had two cameo appearances on the hit TV show Glee, and last year released a CD of Broadway hits entitled Simply Broadway. Steven Reineke conducts the orchestra as Stokes puts his jazzy spin on all the holiday classics. Word on the street is that Jolly ol' St. Nick might even make an appearance at this show! Learn More
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<p>For many, Verdi’s monumental Requiem stands as the most powerful and expressive of all the great Requiems. For the opening concert of the Choral Arts Society of Washington's season, they are pleased to be joined by the magnificent voices of the Heritage Signature Chorale for a memorable afternoon of choral splendor. With full orchestra and a stunning cast of internationally-renowned vocal soloists, this performance promises to bring you all of the passion and drama of Verdi’s beloved masterpiece.</p>
<p>Choral Arts Society Chorus
Norman Scribner, Artistic Director
The Heritage Signature Chorale
Stanley J. Thurston, Music Director</p> <p>Norman Scribner, conductor
Alexandra Deshorties, soprano
Stacey Rishoi, mezzo-soprano
Yeghishe Manucharyan, tenor
Kirk Eichelberger, bass</p>
About the Ticket Supplier: Choral Arts Society of Washington
Founded in 1965, The Choral Arts Society of Washington is one of the leading choral organizations in the United States with a symphonic chorus of more than 180 professional-caliber volunteer singers. Under the leadership of its founder and artistic director Norman Scribner the chorus has performed with leading symphony orchestras, sung under the world's most distinguished conductors, produced acclaimed recordings and toured nationally and internationally.