Verdi's "Requiem"

Phoenix Symphony Hall

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In a Nutshell

A full chorale and soloists join the orchestra in rendering a work famous for its powerful Dies Irae and Agnus Dei

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The Deal

  • $8 for one ticket for level 3 seating in the rear orchestra (up to $13 value)
  • $10 for one ticket for level 2 seating in the middle orchestra (up to $18 value)
  • $15 for one ticket for level 1 seating in the front orchestra (up to $23 value)
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Verdi’s Requiem

Giuseppe Verdi composed his Requiem for the funeral of Alessandro Manzoni, whose poetry and novels inspired Verdi greatly; the work premiered in 1874 on the first anniversary of Manzoni’s death. Perhaps because of these personal and artistic origins, the 90-minute piece strays far from the style of a Catholic mass, and critics have often interpreted the work as a miniature opera.

Grand Canyon University

Grand Canyon University’s theater students involve themselves in every aspect of each production, from acting, directing, and lighting to set construction. The university hosts its performances in the 311-seat Ethington Theatre, whose intimate space brings audiences close enough to hear every whispered dialogue exchange and see the puppet strings attached to every actor’s limbs.

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