Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem

Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem

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David Crown – Conductor

The Musical and Amicable Society

Soprano: Elin Manahan Thomas

Baritone: James Rutherford

The Oxford debut concert of Opus48 under Music Director David Crown brings together world class instrumentalists and singers for a programme of sublime beauty and passion.

Three of Bruckner’s exquisite unaccompanied motets will be followed by the 17 year old Mozart’s extraordinary Symphony Number 25 in G minor, which featured as the opening music to the film Amadeus. Brahms’ Ein Deutsches Requiem, both moving and uplifting, will be performed with soprano Elin Manahan Thomas (featured in last year’s Royal Wedding) and star baritone James Rutherford (Bayreuth Festival, Covent Garden et al), alongside the period orchestra, The Musical and Amicable Society, in what promises to be a musical highlight of the season.

Programme to include:

Johannes Brahms – Ein Deutsches Requiem

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Symphony No. 25

Anton Bruckner – Selected Motets

 

Duration: 2 hours 15mins with interval

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Remaining Tickets for this event can be bought at the onsite Sheldonian Box Office from 2pm.

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