Baltimore Choral Arts presents Mozart Requiem Reframed.
In Mozart Requiem Reframed, we premiere a commission by Morgan State University alumna Jasmine Barnes. The work pulls inspiration from the Mozart Requiem to reflect on Baltimore today with texts by Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. We also premiere Music Director Anthony Blake Clark’s new edition of the Mozart Requiem, joined by The Carter Legacy Singers. This concert will be recorded for a new commercial album, our first in more than a decade.
Tickets will be sent via email this season within the week before each performance. If you have any ticket and accessibility questions, please email Audience Development Manager Karena Ingram at [email protected].
Overture to The Magic Flute – W.A. Mozart
Commissioned Work – Jasmine Barnes
Requiem, K. 626 – W.A. Mozart
Anthony Blake Clark, music director
The Carter Legacy Singers, Angelo D. Johnson, Jr., co-founder and director
Baltimore Choral Arts Orchestra
Nola Richardson, soprano
Lucia Renata Bradford, mezzo-soprano
Steven Soph, tenor
Enrico Lagasca, bass-baritone
This commission and recording are sponsored by the J.S. Plank & D.M. DiCarlo Family Foundation, with additional support from The James & Mary Miller Charitable Gift Fund and the Bozzuto Family Charitable Fund.
Important COVID-19 Notice
We at Baltimore Choral Arts work to prioritize the safety of our singers, staff, and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To ensure the safety of everyone this season, proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 will be required to attend performances. Proof of a negative COVID-19 test will not be acceptable for entry at this time. We will be implementing social distance seating at all venues.
In keeping with public health and local government guidelines, facemasks will be required at concerts until further notice. Children under the age of 12 who are not currently eligible for vaccination will not be admitted in our indoor events. Christmas for Kids will be outdoors, date and location to be announced.