The Orquestra Simfònica del Vallès will perform Mozart’s final work of in a program that also includes works by Bach and Haydn.
The next date in the Symphonic Concerts at the Palau cycle, on 10 February, sees the Vallés Symphony Orchestra delving into classical music from the 18th century in a concert that features three of the greatest composers of that era. Taking centre stage is Mozart’s Requiem, the composer’s last ever piece and one that is surrounded by an aura of mystery since no-one knows who commissioned it. Although he died before he was able to finish it, the Requiem is the culmination of Mozart's religious music and a step forward in the construction of a modern, expressive language full of nuances in the tradition of protestant music.
The Requiem will be preceded, in the first part of the evening’s programme, by Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 2 in F major, Haendel’s aria Tu del ciel ministro elletto, and Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto in E flat major. Esteve Nabona will be conducting the symphony orchestra, with Reinhold Friedrich as soloist in the trumpet concerto, and the voices of David Hernàndez, Anna Puche, Elisenda Arquimbau and Marc Pujol in the Requiem.
Tickets are now on sale at the Palau de la Música website.
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