Sat, Oct 19, 2019 2:00 PM / Sun, Oct 20, 2019 7:00 PM
Our season opens with works new to the Los Angeles Master Chorale, both imbued with mysticism. Bruckner’s Mass in F Minor reflects his devout spiritualism and Romantic-era passion, intensity, and color. Golijov’s Oceana, which gets its Los Angeles premiere, marries music with poetry by Pablo Neruda to depict, in the composer’s words, “water and longing, light and hope, the immensity of South America's nature and pain.”
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Grant Gershon, conductor
100 voices, orchestra, soloists
Full Series, Classic Series, Matinee Series (Sat.)
This program is made possible with generous support from the Dan Murphy Foundation, and Jenny Soonjin Kim and Chip Baik in loving memory of Frederick J. Ruopp.