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An Evening of Lyricism

  • First United Methodist Church 2301 15th St Gulfport, MS, 39501 United States (map)

Two of Mozart's most popular pieces are balanced by two American classics. Mozart's Hallelujah is unmatched as a coloratura showcase, and Samuel Barber's magisterial homage to Summer in the South is a profoundly moving experience.


March 14th, 2020

An Evening of Lyricism

First United Methodist Church, Gulfport MS

Kathryn Mueller, Soprano

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart              Exsultate, Jubilate in C major, K. 165

(1756 – 1791)                                                      I. Exsultate, jubilate

                                                                              II. Recitative: Fulget amica dies
                                                                             III. Tu virginum corona
                                                                             IV. Alleluja!

George Walker                                     Lyric for Strings

(1922 – 2018)

Samuel Barber                                     Knoxville, Summer 1915

(1910 – 1981)

-Intermission-

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart              Symphony No. 29 in A major, K. 201

(1756 – 1791)                                                      I. Allegro moderato
                                                                             II. Andante
                                                                             III. Menuetto
                                                                             IV. Allegro con spirito

Earlier Event: February 15
Celebrating Strings!
Later Event: April 18
Beethoven!