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The Kennedy Center - Concert Hall
2700 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20566
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Parking in building is convenient but $23. Expensive. Try local public garage or street meter parking.
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Verdi's "Requiem"
15 ratings
4.8 average rating
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2 reviews
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attended Apr 05 2009

This event was PHENOMENAL !! Both the chorus and the orchestra were outstanding. I will definitly be seeing more of the WSO and Washington Chorus during their upcoming season.
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attended Apr 05 2009

The event was outstanding in every way. The chorus was superb as were the soloists. The orchestra and conductor were great.

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8 stars
attended Apr 05 2009

Verdi's Requiem was amazing. The show consisted of a full orchestra, ~75 person choir, and 4 main singers (Soprano, Mezz-Soprano, Tenor, Bass). It lasted about 90 minutes and the lyrics were in Italian.

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Julian Wachner, Music Director

Jennifer Check, soprano 

Susana Poretsky, mezzo soprano 

Stuart Neill, tenor 

Wayne Tigges, bass 

One of the world’s greatest choral works, Verdi’s magnificent, operatic _Requiem _was an immediate and spectacular success at its first performance in 1874. Its overwhelming forces—some tender, some terrifying—are a monument to Verdi’s mastery of the sung word. Join The Washington Chorus and Orchestra with world-class soloists for a performance Verdi’s _Requiem _you won’t forget! 

A post-concert discussion follows in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, with Julian Wachner and Mark Weinstein, Executive Director of the Washington National Opera.