SFCM Chorus

Mozart Requiem with the San Francisco Conservatory Chorus

Saturday, March 17, 2018 | 8:00PM 

Sunday, March 18, 2018 | 4:00PM 

Donato Cabrera, music director

 

WHAT'S INTERESTING ABOUT THIS CONCERT

Maria Valdes

  • Two conductors take the podium at this concert as we welcome to the stage the San Francisco Conservatory Chorus, led by Ragnar Bohlin (pictured).
  • The first half of the program features works selected by Bohlin, and the second half is a Mozart masterpiece, the Requiem for full orchestra and choir.
  • Mozart died in 1791, leaving the Requiem unfinished; it was completed the following year by Mozart's colleague Franz Xaver Süssmayr.
  • The 1984 box office hit Amadeus told the dramatic story of a murderously jealous rival, the Requiem's mysterious commission, and rumors of Mozart's poisoning. Music Director Donato Cabrera explores the truth versus Hollywood script on our blog in Mozart's Requiem Mass and Movie Myths.

 

 

V. Williams—Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
     Ragnar Bohlin, conductor

 

Pärt—Te Deum
     San Francisco Conservatory Chorus

     Ragnar Bohlin, conductor

 

Mozart—Requiem in D minor
     San Francisco Conservatory Chorus

     Donato Cabrera, conductor

 

VIEW SEATS & GET TICKETS

 
 

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Making Concerts Fun 

 Free pre-concert talk with Maestro Cabrera begins an hour before the performance

 Bring your drinks to your seats
 Phones on and silent allowed
 Clap when you like what you hear

 

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