Grant Gershon, conductor
Jenny Wong, conductor
62 singers, soloists, tabla, percussion, chamber orchestra
ABOUT THIS CONCERT
Reena Esmail, our Swan Family Artist-in-Residence, combines Indian and Western classical music traditions to create rich tapestries of sound. We’re delighted to premiere Reena’s latest work highlighting both Hindustani and Western classical voices. This new work will be paired with Fauré’s Requiem in D minor, with its elegant simplicity, offers comfort to the living and a very human felling of faith in eternal rest.
ON FULL AND CLASSIC SERIES
90 minutes with intermission
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LISTEN UP! PRE-CONCERT TALK:
Sunday, March 26 at 6 pm
With Jennifer Miller, Reena Esmail, Grant Gershon, and Jenny Wong
Please note that artists, dates, times, prices, and program are subject to change.
This performance is made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Los Angeles Master Chorale’s Swan Family Artist-in-Residence is made possible by Kristan and Philip Swan.
Reena Esmail’s new work was commissioned by the Los Angeles Master Chorale through a generous gift from Elizabeth and Justus Schlichting.