Verdi's Requiem at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall
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The last date listed for Verdi's Requiem was Sunday November 2, 2008 / 3:00pm.
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The performance was superb in every way and of course the Kennedy Center is a great venue. Our seating on the other hand was abysmal. We were in the 4th row of the orchestra in the very last two seats to the far left of the hall. This of course...continued
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.
Choral Arts Society Chorus
Norman Scribner, Artistic Director
The Heritage Signature Chorale
Stanley J. Thurston, Music Director
Norman Scribner, conductor
Alexandra Deshorties, soprano
Stacey Rishoi, mezzo-soprano
Yeghishe Manucharyan, tenor
Kirk Eichelberger, bass