When: Sun., Nov. 22, 7-9:30 p.m. 2015
When Mozart died at age 35, he left his Requiem Mass very much unfinished. The story of how the “torso” of this work became one of the most beloved classical masterpieces is one of the great tales of music history. The concert will present, first, the work exactly as Mozart left it, and then as it is known to the world, as completed by Mozart’s student Franz Xavier Süssmayr. Featuring Sonoma Bach Choir, Live Oak Baroque Orchestra, Robert Worth (Director) and Elizabeth Blumenstock (Concertmaster).