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Austin Symphony Orchestra presents Brahms’ Requiem

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Brahms’ "Ein deutsches Requiem" is a masterpiece, continually growing in popularity. In an attempt to communicate the shared experience of life and death contemplated by all, Brahms has the ability to successfully transform those thoughts into music’s universal language. In admiration of Haydn, Brahms wrote “Variations on the St. Antoni Chorale,” being performed during the first half before the ethereal voices of the Conspirare Symphonic Choir join the Symphony for his exquisite Requiem.

Brahms’ "Ein deutsches Requiem" is a masterpiece, continually growing in popularity. In an attempt to communicate the shared experience of life and death contemplated by all, Brahms has the ability to successfully transform those thoughts into music’s universal language. In admiration of Haydn, Brahms wrote “Variations on the St. Antoni Chorale,” being performed during the first half before the ethereal voices of the Conspirare Symphonic Choir join the Symphony for his exquisite Requiem.

Brahms’ "Ein deutsches Requiem" is a masterpiece, continually growing in popularity. In an attempt to communicate the shared experience of life and death contemplated by all, Brahms has the ability to successfully transform those thoughts into music’s universal language. In admiration of Haydn, Brahms wrote “Variations on the St. Antoni Chorale,” being performed during the first half before the ethereal voices of the Conspirare Symphonic Choir join the Symphony for his exquisite Requiem.

WHEN

WHERE

The Long Center for the Performing Arts
701 W. Riverside Dr.
Austin, TX 78704
http://www.austinsymphony.org/events/brahms-requiem/

TICKET INFO

$24-$500
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