Monday, 22 February 2016, 7:30 pm
Francis Winspear Centre for Music, Edmonton
Mozart “Requiem” & Bevan “Nou Goth” A send-off concert… prior to Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus’s performance in New York City’s Carnegie Hall
Allan Bevan “Nou Goth Sonne under Wode”
Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus
David Garber, Artistic Director
i Coristi Chamber Choir
Rob Curtis, Music Director
Edmonton Metropolitan Orchestra
Danielle Lisboa, Artistic Director
Tony Olivares Dance
Tony Olivares, Artistic Director
2J Pantoja, Head Instructor
Jolaine Kerley, soprano; Mireille Rijavec, alto
RJ Chambers, tenor; David McCune, bass
Timothy J. Anderson, actor
Jeremy Spurgeon, organ
The second concert in our 2015-2016 subscription series is the result of an incredible invitation that EdMetro Chorus received… to perform in New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall. Prior to the Carnegie Hall debut, Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus presents this special concert Edmonton’s Winspear Centre for Music.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart “Requiem”, conducted by Danielle Lisboa
One of the classical music’s most beloved compositions, written by a 35-year old musical genius – unfortunately, uncompleted at the time of his death in 1791. A unique feature of this performance will be the placement of the alto, tenor and bass trombones in the Choir Loft – with their respective choral singers. Nearly 200 performers: two choirs, orchestra, organ, dancers, athletes, soloists.
This performance of Mozart “Requiem” will feature choreography by Tony Olivares, Artistic Director of Tony Olivares Dance. Tony, along with 12 male dancers and athletes, will be presenting the WORLD DEBUT of a new NEW dance form, “ModaKour”… the blending of the grace and strength of Modern Dance with the agility and athleticism of Parkour. A must see!
Allan Bevan “Nou Goth Sonne Under Wode”, conducted by Rob Curtis
At its world premiere in 2005, presented by Pro Coro Canada, and conducted by Richard Sparks, this modern masterwork received an overwhelming and ecstatic response from the sold-out Winspear audience. Witness the recreation of this modern masterwork, which Edmonton Metropolitan Chorus will be performing a few weeks later in Carnegie Hall.
Tickets available on-line from TIX on the Square.Orchestra Level $25; Terrace $30; Dress Circle $35; Upper Circle $20
This concert is made possible through a generous grant from the Edmonton Community Foundation.