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Haydn's Final Masterpiece
Spectrum Singers present Haydn’s Mass in B-flat major, “harmoniemesse,” and Stravinsky’s Mass.
John W. Ehrlich, music director, with soloists Sarah Yanovitch Vitale, soprano; Thea Lobo, alto; Charles Blandy, tenor; Sumner Thompson, bass; Full orchestra and Double Quintet Wind Ensemble.
At the peak of his powers, Haydn called upon all of his creative energies for this, his final composition, bringing high drama and abundant excitement for soloists, chorus, and orchestra. The concert will be performed in-person at First Church Congregational in Harvard Square, and streamed on-line.View more
In-person tickets are available to order on-line for open seating in selected areas of the hall: $15, $30, and $45. Online viewing is available for a minimum suggested donation of $15. Due to Covid, there is no will-call available.
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A free online pre-concert lecture by noted educator and Haydn expert Rebecca Marchand will be available by exclusive access to ticket-holders.
11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA 02138