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Sydney Chamber Choir

Mozart Requiem


Sunday 28 April from 3pm to 5pm


Premium standard: $95.00Premium concession: $85.00A reserve standard: $70.00A reserve concession: $60.00B reserve standard: $50.00B reserve concession: $45.00B reserve student and Under 30: $30.00

Mozart’s Requiem is music of pure gold – shining genius, radiant beauty, profound humanity. 

The composer’s final act of creation, written in the face of death itself, the Requiem transcends fear and despair to affirm the power of life and hope. It’s one of the greatest works ever written for choir and orchestra, bursting with passion, drama and immense tenderness.

Alongside the Requiem is the simple yet sublime Ave verum corpus. And keeping company with Mozart in this concert are J.S. Bach and contemporary Australian composer Iain Grandage with two contrasting visions of our place in the universe: the irresistible joy of Bach’s motet Singet dem Herm ein neues Lied, and Grandage’s gentle humanist prayer to nature and innocence, Why Are We Here?


  • Sydney Chamber Choir

  • Sam Allchurch | conductor

  • The Muffat Collective

  • Celeste Lazarenko | soprano

  • Helen Sherman | mezzo-soprano

  • Richard Butler | tenor

  • David Greco | bass

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