Saturday 30 March 2019 7:30pm Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Bach Mass in B minor
Nathalie Stutzmann conductor
Siobhan Stagg soprano
Kristina Hammarström mezzo-soprano
Bror Magnus Tødenes tenor
Božidar Smiljanić bass
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir
CHANGE OF SOLOIST
We regret to announce that Ante Jerkunicka (bass) has had to withdraw from the concert owing to illness.We are grateful to Božidar Smiljanić who will replace him at short notice. Božidar will be returning to Liverpool following his debut in March 2017 for the Berlioz Damnation of FaustINTERVAL
There will be one 20 minute interval between Part One and Part Two.Whether you’re a listener or a performer, a believer or nonbeliever, music offers few mightier spiritual or artistic challenges than Bach’s masterpiece for choir. But then, few conductors are better equipped to tackle it than Nathalie Stutzmann. Always an inspiring visitor to Liverpool, she’s bringing a hand-picked team of solo singers to drive straight to the heart of the B minor Mass – and to lay bare the deeply human soul of the genius who wrote it.
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