J. S. Bach, The Passion According To St. John. | Open: 03/09/14 Close: 03/09/14
Johann Sebastian Bach's St. John's Passion is a dramatic treatment of the finals days of the earthly life of Jesus Christ. Shorter and less elaborate than his other great Holy Week work, the St. Matthew Passion, it highlights the importance of the chorale in Bach's mind.
Great Mass In C Minor, K. 427. Also Mozart - Sonata For Organ And Orc | Open: 05/05/13 Close: 05/05/13
Mozart's contrapuntal skill, although used to great advantage in string quartets, symphonies and operas, becomes showcased, so to speak, in complex fugues in choral sections of this Mass. In the soloists' movements Mozart calls for unusually demanding wide melodic leaps and other technical demands which impress the hearer not just by their difficulty but by their beauty. Soloists:SHARLA NAFZIGER, SopranoCARLA WESBY, SopranoKATHLEEN KELLY, Soprano JOHN DANIECKI, TenorDONALD BARNUM, Bass-BaritoneAlso on program Mozart - Sonata for Organ and Orchestra, K. 329NEAL CAMPBELL, Organist Ave Verum Corpus, K. 618
Johann Sebastian Bach: St. John Passion | Open: 02/24/13 Close: 02/24/13
A moving musical depiction of the Passion, based primarily on the Gospel of John.
Polish Joke, By David Ives | Open: 03/22/12 Close: 03/31/12
A comedy about ethnic identity and the eternal American search for roots.Jasiu is a Polish-American who has been taught not to value his own background. In the end, after trying on several alternate identities, Jasiu is left with his true self and the true value of his roots.
Verdi's Requiem | Open: 03/11/12 Close: 03/11/12
From beginning to end, the Requiem, composed by Verdi in 1873 in memory of the writer Alessandro Mansoni,is filled with striking rhythms, sublime melodies, and stark contrasts. The 100 person choral work, with a full orchestra, performs music which will take the listener from despair, fear, suffering, and guilt to majesty, power and jubilation.
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