Mozart ‘Requiem’

Mozart ‘Requiem’


Oakham School Chapel Choir & Orchestra

Oakham School’s Chapel Choir & orchestra head to the Sheldonian Theatre in Oxford for their ever-popular and celebratory Gala Concert. The Chapel Choir will be joined by a professional orchestra to provide a concert of great diversity and finesse which focuses on the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Form 3 singers will join the Chapel Choir for a curtain-raising performance of the uplifting song, You raise me up, to begin the concert. Talented Form 6 music scholar, Rupert joins the professional orchestra as the soloist in the evergreen Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major.

Two of Mozart’s greatest and final works are the main focus, however, with the motet Ave verum corpus serving as a prelude to the composer’s justly popular setting of the Requiem mass. Featuring current pupil and professional soloists, and the school’s 115 voice Chapel Choir, this promises to be a memorable concert featuring some of the greatest music of all time. Book now!

Coronavirus Policy for Mozart Requiem ticket holders/purchasers:

As a boarding and day school, we are asking all audience members attending this Oakham School concert to conform with the School’s Coronavirus Visitor Protocol in order to minimise the risk of the Coronavirus coming into our School. Our measures are above andbeyond current recommendations and can be viewed here:

https://www.oakham.rutland.sch.uk/covid-19-coronavirus-information-for-parents-and-visitors

All ticket holders must verify that they have read and can meet these requirements by e-mailing boxoffice@oakham.rutland.sch.uk. Full refunds will be offered to patrons who cannot offer this assurance as they will not be admitted to the Concert. Thank you for your support.

Duration: 2 hours with interval

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