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New York, NY 10107
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Mar23

El Paso Choral Society presents Verdi's Requiem

Abraham Chavez Theater, El Paso, TX

Often described as "an Opera Disguised as a Masterpiece for Choir and Orchestra," The Messa da Requiem is a musical setting of the Catholic funeral mass (Requiem) for four soloists, double choir and orchestra by Giuseppe Verdi. It was composed in memory of Alessandro Manzoni, an Italian poet and novelist whom Verdi admired.

Apr6

Riverside Choral Society presents Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem

Alice Tully Hall, New York City

Written in the emotional turmoil following the death of his mother and his friend Robert Schumann, the Requiem is a gloriously passionate work considered by many to be Brahms' crowning achievement. In it, he struggles with the fleeting fragility of life, the redemptive power of faith, and the ultimate triumph of the human soul over death itself.

Apr12

US Naval Academy Beethoven Symphony No. 9

Alumni Hall, Annapolis, MD

Symphony No. 9 - Recognized as one of the most celebrated and profound works in western music, and considered by many to be the greatest piece of music ever written - Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 is beloved throughout the world. The Ninth Symphony extols not just joy, but the capacity for joy - as well Beethoven might, since exercising that capacity through music is how he survived his own trying circumstances. The universally known text touches on his preoccupation with domestic happiness and on man’s endless quest to find his own place in the universe and a relationship with the Creator.

Apr13

National Philharmonic presents Verdi's Requiem

The Music Center at Strathmore, Bethesda, MD

Danielle Talamantes, soprano Margaret Lattimore, mezzo-soprano Zach Borichevsky, tenor Kevin Deas, bass National Philharmonic Chorale Piotr Gajewski, conductor

Verdi Messa da Requiem

May17

Verdi's Traviata (Violetta)

Hawaii Opera Theatre-Blaisdell Concert Hall, Honolulu

HOT’s season, ends where it began, with Verdi’s tragic masterpiece of a love that was ill-fated from the start.

The courtesan Violetta is the life of the party, even as tuberculosis, slowly takes her life away. Having long loved her, Alfredo declares his affection as Violetta falls ill. Violetta decides to see if this kind-hearted young man is the real deal. Trading in the life that she knew, Violetta and Alfredo move away, with Violetta secretly selling everything she owns to maintain this new life of love. But their romantic fantasy is doomed to failure.

Hawaii’s own baritone Quinn Kelsey and New Zealand’s Pene Pati from SOL3 MIO also star in HOT’s season finale.