Time: 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Brahms’ German Requiem, unique in the choral canon, is filled with grand melodies and achingly beautiful tones. This 19th century masterpiece focuses on the feelings of processing grief. Joining the WSO will be soprano Amelia Daigle, baritone Micah Schroeder, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus, the University of Windsor Singers, and the Windsor Classic Chorale — over 150 musicians and singers on stage!
Johannes Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem)
Robert Franz, conductor
Amelia Daigle, soprano
Micah Schroeder, baritone
Dr. Bruce J.G. Kotowich, chorusmaster
Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus
Windsor Classic Chorale
University of Windsor Singers
This concert is 90 minutes. No intermission. Curtain Call Conversations take place after the concert.
Series Sponsor: Bill and Rochelle Tepperman
Concert Sponsor: Kyle Kootstra & Ana Kleer of the Eizenga Kootstra Kleer Wealth Management Group of BMO Nesbitt Burns
Curtain Call Conversations
Join the Maestro and guest artists for exclusive conversations on stage about performance, creative process, where inspiration comes from, how to prepare for a show, music composition, and more! Curtain Call Conversations take place between the Maestro and guest artists on stage, directly after a concert. Patron participation is encouraged.
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The Capitol Theatre
121 University Ave. W. Windsor ON N9A 5P4 Canada