Brahms’ German Requiem

An annual tradition unique to the Omaha Symphony in which hundreds of incredible high school choristers join the orchestra in performing a choral masterpiece conducted by Maestro Ernest Richardson.

Holland Center
Sunday, Nov 12 | 2:00 PM


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Brahms’ German Requiem is a powerful and emotional choral masterpiece that is often regarded as one of the most significant works of the Romantic era. Performed by your Omaha Symphony and local high school choristers, the piece features exquisite orchestration, soaring vocal melodies, and intricate choral arrangements that are designed to evoke an astounding range of emotions. Composed in response to a deep personal loss, Brahms imbued the work with a sense of consolation and comfort that is both grand and intimate, evoking a sense of spiritual transcendence that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

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