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Verdi’s Requiem combines the dramatic thrust of opera with powerful symphonic music, vocal solos, and choruses of breathtaking emotional intensity. Classical Series Concert
Carlos Kalmar, conductorPortland Symphonic ChoirUniversity of Puget Sound Adelphian Concert ChoirAmber Wagner, sopranoDana Beth Miller, mezzo-sopranoDimitri Pittas, tenorRaymond Aceto, bass
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Music Director Carlos Kalmar introduces the program for Verdi's Requiem (credit: Artslandia)
Marin Alsop conducts the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment in Verdi's Requiem
Classical A (Saturday evening)
Classical A (Sunday matinee)
Classical A (Monday evening)
Classical A+B (Saturday evening)
Classical A+B (Sunday matinee/evening)
Classical A+B (Monday evening)
A rare opportunity to hear Ravel’s complete score for his “choreographic symphony.”
Mahler’s “Song of the Night” ends the season on a rousing note with its astonishingly exuberant finale.