Bowdoin Chorus Performs Mozart’s ‘Requiem’

Bowdoin Chorus Performs Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ from Bowdoin College on Vimeo.

The Oratorio Chorale and the Bowdoin Chorus performed Mozart’s Requiem in Studzinski Recital Hall Nov. 22 and 23 in three sold-out performances. Director Emily Isaacson conducted a chorus of nearly 100 singers and 45 orchestra players ranging in age and experience from high school and college to longtime members of both choruses and professional musicians. Soloists included soprano Estelí Gomez, alto Virginia Warnken, tenor Eric Dudley and bass Dashon Burton, all members of the GRAMMY-winning Roomful of Teeth. Instrumentalists for the Requiem included players from the Bowdoin Orchestra, the Maine Chamber Ensemble, the Midcoast Symphony Orchestra, and the Mozart Mentors Orchestra. Read more about the performance.

Comments

  1. Breath taking!

  2. Patty Tomlin says:

    Amazing.

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