Summer Chorus Performance: Puccini's Messa di Gloria; motets by Copland, Brahms, and Whitacre
7:30 p.m. Bing Concert Hall
Fall Quarter First Rehearsal
7:30 p.m. Campbell Recital Hall; registration starts at 6:30
The Stanford Symphonic Chorus is a group of approximately 180 students, faculty, staff, and members of the community led by Director of Music and Conductor Stephen Sano. The Chorus generally performs three works a year, one each academic quarter. Each performance typically features a large choral work, and includes other choral or instrumental pieces. See our Performances page for information about past performances.
The Stanford Symphonic Chorus, under the direction of Stephen M. Sano, presents Mozart's magisterial Great Mass in C minor, K. 427, in the completion by H.C. Robbins Landon. The performance features soloists Tonia D'Amelio, soprano; Danielle Sampson, mezzo-soprano; Corey Head, tenor; and Ben Kazez, baritone. The program also includes Mozart's delightful Ein musikalischer Spaß ("A Musical Joke"), K. 522, and Benjamin Britten's youthful masterwork, Simple Symphony.
Performances at Stanford University's Memorial Church on Friday, 13 May, and Saturday, 14 May, at 8:00 p.m.