Why See Philadelphia Orchestra - All Mozart?
One evening only
The Philadelphia Orchestra, under the direction of Bernard Labadie, celebrate the life long genius of Mozart, starting with his Symphony No.25 (completed at just 17!) then moving through his relationship with the Freemasons as detailed in Masonic Funeral Music and ending with the towering Requiem.
Mozart's final work, the Requiem, is quintessential listening for classical music fans new and old. Experience it in its entirety in this recital with the Westminster Symphonic Choir.
It was left unfinished on his deathbed to be completed by Franz Xaver Sussmay. The intrigue and mystery does not end there. Allegedly commissioned by an eccentric Count to perhaps pass off as his own, the secrecy is said to have driven the already ailing maestro to distraction and he came to approach the piece as cursed and wrote it as his own Requiem as his health failed.
Opening night: 11 April 2019
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