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Did you miss out on attending this event in person? On the other hand, perhaps you wish to relive the performance again and again in the comfort of your own home. Our Virtual Attendance Pass is just for you. By purchasing a virtual pass, you can attend the concert as many times as you'd like, within a 90 day period from the posting of the concert online. Never fear, we will reach out to you through email when the concert has been published to the web. At that time you will receive the unique code to copy to your web browser.

Buy one pass, or as many passes as you will need for those attending virtually. The decision is yours.

The German Requiem of Johannes Brahms is acknowledged as one of the great choral works of the Romantic era. Although originally scored for symphony orchestra, Brahms made a version for piano duet which has found popularity in recent years. Performances with piano lack the richness, colour and sustain of the long lines in Brahms' work. A brilliant new arrangement by Joachim Linckelmann for chamber ensemble retains the richness of the original orchestration. It is ideal for choirs such as Musica Sacra of Sarasota wanting to perform the work on a smaller scale, but with the variety and fullness of the full orchestral version.

Featured Soloists

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Daniel Cartlidge, Baritone

Nicole Smith, Soprano