- Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021 - 7:30PM
A divine Easter tradition.
Johann Sebastian Bach is one of the greatest composers of sacred music and in the hands of Joseph Nolan and a stellar cast with WASO, his magnificent Easter Oratorio will take you on an unforgettable divine journey, from a tomb of dark grief to the blazing light of joy.
But before we rejoice in the miracle of Easter, we set the scene with Durufle’s exquisite Requiem for organ and chorus. Composed just after World War II, it is a moving work of timeless beauty – intimate, tranquil and profound.
Maurice DURUFLÉ Requiem
Johann Sebastian BACH Easter Oratorio
Joseph Nolan conductor
Sara Macliver soprano
Fiona Campbell mezzo soprano
Paul McMahon tenor
James Clayton baritone
Stewart Smith organ
St George’s Cathedral Consort
This performance is also a part of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra's 2021 Season
Single tickets on sale: Wednesday 25 November.
Includes a 25 minutes interval*
*Times are approximate and subject to change at any time.
FOOD & BEVERAGE
DINNER - menu available closer to event date
GRAB & GO - menu available closer to event date
No bookings necessary.
PLEASE NOTE: Prior to an event if you are feeling unwell, we ask you please do not attend the performance and contact our Box Office on either firstname.lastname@example.org or 9231 9999 to discuss the options for your tickets.
See full WASO 2021 Season here
See full St George's Concert Series from Thursday 12 November.
Presented by West Australian Symphony Orchestra and in collaboration with St George's Cathedral