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Markus Stenz, who thrilled Copley Symphony Hall audiences last season leading the Orchestra in Beethoven’s Fifth, returns to conduct Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final masterpiece, his magnificent Requiem. The Requiem is famous for Mozart’s powerful and moving choral tapestry and dark sonorities, unusually suppressing flute, oboes and french horns in favor of basset horns and trombones. […]Find out more »
Ever been concerned your voice is getting rusty with age? Vocal technique, vocal hygiene, and awareness are keys to maintaining a strong and healthy singing voice. Explore these concepts in this concentrated four-part class, and leave with a better understanding of how the voice works and how to maintain a healthy singing career later in […]Find out more »
PWC sings of the tragedy of war and our hope for peace. Works include Erhöre mich (Hear me), composed by Heinrich Schütz in 1636 during the Thirty Years War; the haunting Reflections on Yad Vashem by Daniel Hall, impressions evoked by a visit to the Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem; the stirring Be It Therefore Resolved, […]Find out more »
Fall-le-lu-ia! A concert celebrating the season with Randall Thompson's "Alleluia," Africa-inspired meditations, folk songs - and a little POP with music by Pharrell, Sting, and Joni Mitchell. Something for everyone! Sunday, November 19 at 4:00 p.m. See flyer for details.Find out more »