Verdi Requiem


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28 February Tuesday

Verdi Requiem

28 February 2023, 19:30 - 28 February 2023, 19:30
Main Street Baptist Church, 11 Main Street Blvd
Hattiesburg, MS 390402 United States

In its first performance of the new year the USM Symphony Orchestra will present Guiseppe Verdi’s Messa da RequiemThe Symphony Orchestra will team with the Hattiesburg Choral Union and USM Choral Activities program in this epic work involving over 350 participating musicians.  This “classic” work calls for an expanded orchestra of 80 musicians, four solo voices, and up to 275 singers in the chorus.  The Dies Irae is one of the most well-known movements in the oratorio canon, having been quoted in commercials and used in a number of movies.

Date: February 28, 2023
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $21.25
Address: 11 Main Street Blvd
Hattiesburg, MS 390402 United States

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Organizer Name: School of Music