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Philharmonic Masterworks Series: Brahms: A German Requiem

2018-02-24 7:30 PM 2018-02-24 7:30 PM Philharmonic Masterworks Series: Brahms: A German Requiem <p><a href="http://fwphil.org/about-the-phil/artistic-leadership/andrew-constantine" target="_blank">Andrew Constantine</a>, conductor<br /><a href="http://fwphil.org/about-the-phil/artistic-leadership/benjamin-rivera" target="_blank">Benjamin Rivera</a>, director, Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus</p> <p>Dvořák — A Hero’s Song, Op. 111<br />Brahms — Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45 (A German Requiem)</p> <p>Brahms wrote this requiem for the living, those who remained on earth. The dramatic and powerful German Requiem is an unconventional masterpiece with an uplifting universal message.</p> <p>Single tickets for this concert will be available starting August 7, but subscriptions for the Yergens Rogers Foundation Masterworks Series and all other 2017-2018 Series are on sale now. Purchase a package and get access to the best seats at the best prices.</p> 125 W. Jefferson Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN America/Indiana/Winamac
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Andrew Constantine, conductor
Benjamin Rivera, director, Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chorus

Dvořák — A Hero’s Song, Op. 111
Brahms — Ein deutsches Requiem, Op. 45 (A German Requiem)

Brahms wrote this requiem for the living, those who remained on earth. The dramatic and powerful German Requiem is an unconventional masterpiece with an uplifting universal message.

Single tickets for this concert will be available starting August 7, but subscriptions for the Yergens Rogers Foundation Masterworks Series and all other 2017-2018 Series are on sale now. Purchase a package and get access to the best seats at the best prices.

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