The Arts Symphony Ensemble, together with the ARSinNOVA choir, will perform three consecutive sessions at the church, followed by a fourth at Palau de la Música
Mozart’s Requiem (1791) was one of the composer’s last works. In fact it was left incomplete and was completed by his disciple Süssmayr. It is also quite possibly his greatest work and one that is still capable of moving is today. It is coming to Barcelona’s Santa Maria del Mar church for three consecutive days, from 5 to 7 April, followed by a performance at Palau de la Música on 18 April.
The Arts Symphony Ensemble, which was founded by Cristian Chivu, is on tour in Barcelona under the direction of Albert Santiago and accompanied by the ARSinNOVA chamber choir. The three concerts at Barcelona’s majestic Santa Maria del Mar church are scheduled to begin at 9pm, as will their appearance at Palau de la Música on 18 April, and will feature the following pieces: Mozart’s Symphony No. 38, which is also known as the Prague Symphony, followed by his Requiem, featuring Marc Sala (tenor), Enric Martínez-Castignani (baritone), Assumpta Mateu (soprano) and Anna Tobella (mezzo-soprano).
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