Mozart Requiem


Mozart Requiem

Past Performance

Monica Huggett, Director, Cappella Romana and the Trinity Chamber Singers

Music, like fashion, swings back and forth like a pendulum through time; some eras are passionate and fiery, others restricted and emotionally restrained. Breaking with the restraint of the classical period, nothing feels timid or conservative about Mozart’s Requiem. Timpani, strings, brass, chorus, soloists–all are brought to bear on the Latin text’s plea for peace and eternal rest.

Pre-concert talk at 6:30: John K. Cox, PBO Board Director and Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Reed College, will discuss the music on this program.

W.A. Mozart:

  • Eine kleine Nachtmusik K. 525
  • Laudate Dominum for soprano and chorus from Vesperae Solennes de Confessore K. 339
  • Requiem in D minor K. 626 Süssmayr completion


Meet The Soloists:

Portland Baroque Orchestra begins the 2017-2018 season with its most ambitious project ever, including a roster to match.

“Shining soprano Mary Wilson, a gift from the gods if I ever heard one” - San Francisco Classical Voice

Dann Coakwell, tenor, a “vivid storyteller” – The New York Times

Laura Beckel Thoreson “one of the loveliest voices in the Northwest” – Oregon ArtsWatch

Jonathan Woody, a bass-baritone with “clarity and fire” – The New York Times

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