Mozart: Requiem, Bach: Magnificat

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Saturday 3 March 2018

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  • 7:00pm

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  • Gloucester Cathedral

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  • Catriona Holsgrove – soprano
    Emily Wenman – soprano
    Angela Simkin – mezzo-soprano
    John Pierce – tenor
    Richard Walshe – bass
  • The Corelli Orchestra
  • Gloucester Choral Society
    Adrian Partington – conductor

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Tickets: £25, £21, £18, £10

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Mozart’s Requiem, completed after his death by Süssmayr, is one of the most popular pieces of sacred choral works with origins shrouded in mystery as no record exists as to who commissioned the work which adds to the Mozart myth.

Coupled with Bach’s great Magnificat, we bring you another great masterpiece, written during Bach’s time as Thomaskantor in Leipzig. This setting of the “Song of Mary” is brilliantly crafted and wonderful on the ear.

This concert is dedicated
to the memory of
Annabel Hayter

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