Markus Stenz, who thrilled Copley Symphony Hall audiences last season leading the Orchestra in Beethoven’s Fifth, returns to conduct Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final masterpiece, his magnificent Requiem. The Requiem is famous for Mozart’s powerful and moving choral tapestry and dark sonorities, unusually suppressing flute, oboes and french horns in favor of basset horns and trombones. The concert opens with Franz Joseph Haydn’s astonishing and mysterious “Drum Roll” Symphony No. 103.
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