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Mozart Requiem (Dundas, ON)

Nota Bene Baroque Players

Saturday, 24 March 2018 from 8:00 PM to 9:45 PM (EDT)

Mozart Requiem (Dundas, ON)

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INDIVIDUAL/SENIOR 17h 48m $35.00 $2.71
ALL STUDENTS 17h 48m Free $0.00
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Music for St. Cecilia



Mozart Requiem




DATE: Saturday March 24th 2018
TIME: 8:00PM
LOCATION: St. James Anglican Church
ADDRESS: 137 Melville Street Dundas, ON L9H 2A6


Howard Dyck, Conductor 

Nota Bene Baroque Singers
Howard Dyck, ConductorNota Bene Baroque Players


Nota Bene Baroque Players & Singers continue their pre-Easter tradition with two vividly contrasting choral gems. Heinrich Schütz’s Musikalische Exequien, a German Requiem, illustrates the glory of the early Baroque, while Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Requiem is an iconic masterpiece that anticipates the Romanticism of the 19th Century while also revealing its deep indebtedness to the High Baroque.



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St. James Anglican Church
137 Melville Street
Hamilton, ON L9H 2A6

Saturday, 24 March 2018 from 8:00 PM to 9:45 PM (EDT)

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Nota Bene Baroque Players

NBBP LogoThe Nota Bene Baroque Players (NBBP) present concerts of 17th and 18th-century music on period instruments. They showcase the full emotional spectrum of classical music from the sublime and serious to light-hearted, fun and earthy, while balancing masterworks by the major Baroque composers, lesser-known works by the same, and rarely-heard works by obscure composers.

(NBBP History) The Nota Bene Period Orchestra was founded in 2001 by Daniel Zondervan, Michael Purves-Smith and Richard Cunningham. Their intention was to treat Waterloo Region music lovers to 17th- and 18th-century music as audiences experienced it at the time. The orchestra was renamed to Nota Bene Baroque Players (NBBP) in the early Fall of 2011 to reflect the ensemble's flexibility in size and celebrate each player as a virtuoso in his/her own right.

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