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Mar10

Fairfax Symphony - Mozart's Requiem

GMU Center for the Arts Concert hall, Fairfax, VA

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s sublime Requiem needs no introduction to music lovers everywhere. Its manifold beauties have inspired performers and listeners alike for more than two centuries, while intriguing audiences with its mysterious history and unfinished score.

This event will also feature the Prokofiev Violin Concerto No. 2

Apr14

National Philharmonic present's Mozart's Così fan tutte

The Music Center at Strathmore

Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte A Concert Opera

Fiordiligi - Danielle Talamantes Dorabella - Shirin Eskandani Guglielmo - Trevor Scheunemann Ferrando - Norman Shankle Despina - Arianna Zukerman Don Alfonso - Kenneth Kellogg

National Philharmonic Chorale Piotr Gajewski, conductor

Mozart’s delightful and elegant opera buffa, Cosi fan tutte, unfolds a tale of mistaken identities, love, trust, deceit and final reconciliation. When two soldiers decide to test the love and faithfulness of their beloveds by pretending to go away but then appearing in disguise to observe their reactions, events unfold in ways unforeseen by the young lovers. This opera contains some of the Mozart’s most beautiful music.

Apr15

St Mary's College presents the Brahms Requiem

St Luke's Catholic Church, McLean, VA

The St Mary's College Choir along with soloists Danielle Talamantes and Kerry Wilkerson perform the timeless Johannes Brahms Ein Deutsches Requiem. No tickets required, this is a free event.

Apr22

City Choir of Washington presents Handel Laudate pueri dominum and the Charpentier Te Deum

The National Presbyterian Church, Washington DC

Our final concert will be a spectacular tribute to Maestro Shafer’s fiftieth anniversary as a conductor in Washington, DC. The program features the world premiere performance of a fascinating setting of the Magnificat by the young American composer, Brian Bartoldus. Mr. Bartoldus’ setting strives “to do deep dives into the many intense emotions and thoughts surrounding the life-changing experience of having a child. While the orchestra and the structure are Baroque, its harmonic language is more contemporary, with a nod to late 20th century composers James MacMillan and Alfred Schnittke.” Opening the concert will be the youthful and exuberant Laudate pueri dominum by Handel, composed when he was only 22! The program concludes by transporting you to the shimmering court of Louis XIV with the thrilling and justly famous Te Deum of Marc Antoine Charpentier.

Apr26

Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs present Poulenc's Gloria

Gammage Auditoroium, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

Under the baton of Jeffrey Meyer, the ASUSO is joined by ASU’s combined choirs in Poulenc’s exuberant Gloria featuring guest soprano Danielle Talamantes. The second half concludes the 2017-18 season with Mahler’s revolutionary and triumphant first symphony.