|WHEN:||Thu, Apr 24, 2014|
|TIME:||7:30 pm - 9:30 pm|
|PLACE:||Woolsey Hall, 500 College Street, New Haven|
|TICKETS:||$15, $30, $45, $55, $69|
In the Aftermath of losing both his mother and his musical mentor Robert Schumann, Brahms wrote this sweeping, emotional Requiem for the living. The NHSO and the renowned New England Conservatory Concert Choir will lift your spirits from the somber introduction to the joyous finale.
Danielle Barger, soprano
Joshua Quinn, baritone
New England Conservatory Concert Choir
Johannes BRAHMS Ein deutsches Requiem, op. 45
CLICK HERE for program notes with audio!
5:00pm SYMPHONY SUPPER
Mingle with other music lovers at a prix fixe Symphony Supper. Cash bar at 5:00pm and a delicious 3-course dinner at 5:45pm at Zinc Restaurant (964 Chapel Street). For reservations: 203.865.0831 x15, or donors@NewHavenSymphony.org.
5:30pm TASTE OF NEW HAVEN TOUR
A full note evening event combining food, drinks, history, architecture, culture and music. Dine at a number of Downtown's most swinging restaurants, then walk a steady beat along the way to the concert at Woolsey Hall. Reserve your tour through Taste of New Haven.
6:30pm PRELUDE: NHSO pre-concert lecture
SSS Hall, Room 114, 1 Prospect Street, at the corner of Grove Street
Erica J. Washburn, Dirctor of Choral Activities, New England Conservatory of Music
William Boughton, NHSO Music Director
6:45pm STUDENT SHOWCASE:
This free event is sponsored by the Jewish Federation and Foundation of Greater New Haven.
Woolsey Hall Rotunda
*CLICK HERE for more information on planning your visit! *
Presented the generous support of the Knights of Columbus. With support from Crest Auto,Season Media Sponsor New Haven Register and Media Co-Sponsors New Haven Living and New Haven Magazine.