Leading Romantic composer Johannes Brahms wrote arguably his greatest choral composition, Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem), as a comfort for those who mourn – a passionate, large-scale tapestry of musical solace, peace and hope.

The concert also features the Slavonic Dances (Op.46) by Czech composer Antonin Dvořák: eight, lively, folk-filled orchestral pieces that established Dvořák’s reputation and today are among his most memorable works.

Supporting the 150 voices of Worcester Festival Choral Society - many of whom sing in the world-famous Three Choirs Festival - are the Meridian Sinfonia and acclaimed soloists Helen Neeves (soprano) and Andrew Davies (baritone). The concert is conducted by Peter Nardone.
 

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