The Argento Chamber Ensemble, under the baton of conductor and TCNJ Professor Michel Galante, will perform all fragments of Mozart’s unfinished Requiem K. 626 along with composer Georg Friedrich Haas’s Seven Soundspaces (Sieben Klangraume), which link together the fragments of Mozart’s masterwork. To open the program, acclaimed flutist Paula Robison will perform Mozart’s Andante K.315 for flute and orchestra. The featured choir for the program is The College of New Jersey Chorale with vocal soloists soprano, Tharanga Goonetilleke; alto, Silvie Jensen; tenor, Steven Wilson and bass Peter Stewart.
The concert will take place on October 27th at 7:30 pm, at St. Bart’s. This concert is presented by the Mid-Manhattan Performing Arts Foundation and sponsored by the Reed Foundation.
Tickets are available at the St. Bart’s Box Office. $25 for General Admission and $35 for Premium Seating. Students and seniors receive a $10 discount. (Note a $3 handling fee will be added to all on-line or phone orders. No fee will be applied to tickets purchased at the St. Bart’s box office)
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