concert program
Brahms  Ein deutsches RequiemAND Schicksalslied
monday, November 6, 2017, 8:00 pM
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage AT Carnegie Hall

 
 

Kent Tritle
conducting Chorus, Soloists
Susanna Phillips, soprano
John Chest, baritone
and the Orchestra of the Society

Concert Flyer (PDF)

Program Notes and Biographies
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     Kent Tritle >>
     Chorus >>
     Susanna Phillips >>
     John Chest >>
     Orchestra >>

Tickets
     First Tier Box: $90
     Second Tier Box Center: $70
     Second Tier Box Side: $55
     Prime Parquet: $80
     Non-Prime Parquet: $60
     Dress Circle: $50
     Balcony Front: $38
     Balcony Rear: $25

 

Revel in the Romantic lyricism of an all-Brahms concert.

Two of Brahms’ greatest choral masterpieces open the Society’s season. Ein deutsches Requiem, one of Brahms’ most beloved works, comforts all who mourn with a tapestry of grief and hope that is simultaneously personal and universal. The exquisite Schicksalslied, whose musical style is reminiscent of the Requiem, explores the immutability of destiny, contrasting the idyllic existence in the spirit world with the struggles of humanity.

Experience the lushness of Brahms in New York’s premiere concert hall, performed by the chorus that calls it home.