Ohio State's School of Music Presents Mozart's Requiem, 3/3
For the first time in over a decade, Ohio State's School of Music presents Mozart'sRequiem Mass in D Minor at 3 pm Sunday, March 3 in Mershon Auditorium, 1871 North High St. Conducted by Robert Ward, director of choral activities, the powerful piece will bring together Ohio State's Chorale, Symphonic Choir, Men's Glee Club, Women's Glee Club, and Symphony Orchestra. In all, the performance will feature 252 vocalists and 35 orchestra members.
Mozart's Requiem was written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1791, and was his final composition. Without completing the piece, he died on December 5, 1791 at age 35. His wife, Constanze found a former student of Mozart's, Franz Sussmayr, to complete theRequiem. It was first performed in 1793 in Vienna.
Following the September 11 attacks, the Requiem was performed simultaneously in cities around the world.
Tickets are $20 general admission; $10 ConcertCard holders, senior citizens, Alumni Association members, non-OSU students, and children. FREE to all Ohio State students, faculty and staff (one ticket per BuckID presented in person at the Wexner Patron Services Desk or at the box office the night of show). Advance ticket sales at(614) 292-3535 or wexarts.org.
The College of Arts and Sciences is the academic heart of Ohio State. With more than 80 departments, schools, centers and institutes, the college delivers 60 percent of the academic curriculum to Ohio State students. Its vast academic diversity is its greatest strength, combining the best of a major research institution with a rich liberal arts foundation. Arts and Sciences faculty create new knowledge to solve global problems, fuel Ohio's economy, spark student inquiry, and engage with the local community.