Brahms' German Requiem
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- Carlos Izcaray Conductor
- ASO Chorus under the direction of Dr. Philip L. Copeland
Program to Include
Jihyun Kim: The Yellow House (Sound Investment Co-commission)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 36, Linz
Johannes Brahms: German Requiem
The Alabama Symphony Orchestra has made the decision to move the previously announced 20/21 performances forward to the 21/22 Season. ASO subscribers who have already renewed for the 20/21 Season will have their subscription automatically moved to the following Season, ensuring those seats for when returning to UAB’s Alys Stephens Center is possible.
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Brahms’ German Requiem was a piece not composed for the mournful, but as an effort to console the living. From ascending strings to its unparalleled choruses, this requiem tells the story of humanity where audience members can witness the composer’s profound journey from grief to acceptance.
As a part of the ASO’s Sound Investment Program, the orchestra will be present Jihyun Kim’s The Yellow House. This new piece is co-commissioned by the American Youth Symphony in Los Angeles where Carlos Izcaray also serves as Music Director.
Gain insight into the music by joining us for Concert Comments each night at 6:15pm in the Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall.
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