Mozart's Requiem

with Westminster Symphonic Choir
Richardson Auditorium
Tickets start at $35 (50% discount for children 5-17)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw’s Entr’acte leads off this concert centered on Mozart’s Requiem and featuring Gregory Spears’ proffered completion of the great composer’s unfinished work. The Westminster Symphonic Choir returns to Richardson Auditorium to perform with the PSO. 

".... full-bodied singing from the impressive Westminster Symphonic Choir." – The New York Times

Due to the length and type of performance, this concert is not suitable for children under the age of 5. Program duration is 90 minutes, with no intermission.

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Caroline SHAW / Entr’acte
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART / Requiem in D Minor, K. 626
Gregory SPEARS / A New Sanctus, Benedictus, and 
            Agnus Dei for the Mozart Requiem

Key Notes Musical notes

  • Caroline Shaw’s Entr’acte was premiered in its original string quartet form at Princeton University in 2011 by the Brentano String Quartet.
  • Mozart’s magnificent Requiem was left incomplete at the time of his death, and several composers have written completions of the work. 


Rossen Milanov, conductor

Westminster Symphonic Choir – James Jordan, director

Abigail Rethwisch, soprano

Chelsea Laggan, mezzo-soprano

Carlos Enrique Santelli, tenor

Eric McKeever, baritone

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