“Blessed are those who mourn,” begins Brahms’ transcendent choral-orchestral masterpiece, A German Requiem. Its profound message of solace resonates with the experience of Austrian Jewish composer Hans Gál, whose escape from the Nazi regime left his flourishing career in shambles. Over three decades after this traumatic refugee experience, Gál composed Triptych, an exuberant work that testifies to the power of resilience in the face of adversity.
Brahms: A German Requiem
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Tickets start at $25