Monday, March 7, 2011 7:30 p.m.
Robinson Center Music Hall, Downtown Little Rock
The UALR Community Chorus joins with the choirs of Little Rock’s Second Presbyterian Church — as well as six elite choirs from Parkview, J.A. Fair, Oak Grove, Hall, McClellan and Bryant high schools — and a professional orchestra to present a soul-stirring rendition of Mozart’s Requiem. This ambitious community-based production unites more than 300 central Arkansas musicians on the capital city’s most respected stage.
As Mozart’s final work before his untimely death at the age of 35, the Requiem has long captured public imagination because of the mysteries surrounding its composition. Yet the Requiem is a sophisticated piece of music on its own terms, projecting an otherworldly beauty even as it evokes a solemn vision of humanity’s final day of judgment. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Mozart’s expressive masterpiece performed live!
You can purchase tickets here, only $10!
Joseph and I will be performing in this show, he as a bass and myself as a soprano. Everyone should come see!