Easter concert – Friday 23 March 2018
Brahms’ A German Requiem is one of the treasures of 19th century classical music.
The title is the clue that Brahms did not use the usual pattern of the Requiem Mass, but used his own choice of texts from the Lutheran Bible to express grief, but always also comfort.
The work is full of Brahms’ beautiful melodies and exciting choral writing. It will be sung in English.
We’ll be joined by the Headington Singers Orchestra and two marvellous soloists, Margaret Cooper (soprano) and David Mallinson (baritone) .
When: Friday 23 March at 7.30pm
Tickets on the door £12/£10 (children free)
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