BOISE PHIL PRESENTS, MOZART’S REQUIEM
featuring guest artists:
Alison Emerick, flute
Del Parkinson, piano
Brendan Shea, violin
Vanessa Becerra, soprano
Kristen Choi, mezzo-soprano
Robert Stahley, tenor
Enrico Lagassa, bass-baritone

Bach’s Six Brandenburg Concertos are widely regarded as some of the finest compositions of the Baroque period. Each virtuosic concerto is crafted with a unique combination of instruments, showcasing the popular musical styles during Bach’s lifetime.

Join us as Boise Phil’s Allison Emerick, Del Parkinson, and Brendan Shea take center stage for the famous Concerto No. 5.

The Boise Phil Master Chorale joins the Boise Phil to perform Mozart’s transcendental Requiem. Left incomplete at the time of Mozart’s death on December 5, 1791, it is arguably one of his most famous works, delving into the themes of life and death and featuring some of the most emotionally moving music ever composed.

The Latin hymn ‘Ave Verum Corpus’ has been set to music by some of classical music’s most beloved composers. Mozart’s setting, like his Requiem, was composed in the final year of his life and is a breathtaking five-minute work that elevates the Latin chant to a divine status.

BACH
Brandenburg Concerto No 5.
with Del Parkinson, Allison Emerick, and Brendan Shea

MOZART
Requiem
with Vanessa Becerra, Kristen Choi, Robert Stahley, and Enrico Lagasa

MOZART
Ave Verum Corpus


PRE-CONCERT TALK 
Join Musicologist Bradley Berg and Music Director Eric Garcia (and special guests) as they guide you through the music you are about to hear, providing an enlightening look at the repertoire and composers before the performance begins. Bring your questions! Please gather inside the concert hall by the stage.

Matinee Pre-Concert Talk starts at 12:45 pm (for 2:00pm Sunday)
Evening Pre-Concert Talk starts at 6:15 pm (for 7:30pm Saturday)

 

Continue the Journey

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