Monday, November 01, 2010

Sacred Pearls

Stefan Parkman directing Uppsala Kammarorkester
You know those compilation CDs, where popular classical music has been ripped from its context and mixed together in a way no composer would have liked?
Well, that's what Sunday's concert is all about.
The program consists of excerpts from the following works: "Förklädd Gud" (God in Disguise) by Lars-Erik Larsson (thanks Magnus!), "Magnificat in D" and "St. John's Passion" by J S Bach, "Mass in c minor" and 
"Requiem" by Mozart, and the finale is Händel's famous Hallelujah chorus where the audience will be invited to sing along - in the respective voices, of course. The audience will even be allowed to rehearse in separate rooms (bass, tenor, alto and soprano) in the break. The orchestra, Uppsala Kammarorkester, is truly well-sounding and to make music with them is a privilege. Don't miss this opportunity! Details on the side --->

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