Mozart’s Requiem performed by Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra

Enjoy the iconic work of Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra on April 8.

The Chilliwack Children's Choir will perform two pieces during the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra's concert on April 8.

Enjoy the iconic work of Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra on April 8.

This concert will be performed by the full CSO and Chorus — the chorus will be joined by four fabulous soloists: Nancy Hasiuk, soprano; Shane Hanson, counter tenor; Thomas Lamont, tenor; and Mark Fenster, bass baritone.

The music of Mozart’s Requiem was featured in the film Amadeus.

In addition, the CSO will offer two feature numbers by the Chilliwack Children’s Choir – Ave Verum Corpus and To God be Joyful.

The concert is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 8 at First Avenue Christian Assembly.

Tickets start at $10 for discount seating and go up to $35 for premium dress circle section. Tickets may be purchased in person at: First Avenue Christian Assembly, King’s Music, and the Cheam Location of Envision Financial; or by phone at 604-795-0521; or online at www.chilliwacksymphony.com.

 

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