The Tucson Masterworks Chorale spring concert is virtual, with a release date of April 25. There are two pieces on the program: 1) “Mozart’s Missa brevis in D minor (k 65),” one of the first masses Mozart composed (at the early age of 12!) and this only missa brevis in a minor key, with brooding tone color and melodies that seem to foreshadow his well-known “Requiem.” 2) The premiere of “Lux Aeterna,” a new piece by Tucson composer Russell Ronnebaum.
Tucson Masterworks Chorale is Southern Arizona’s oldest Community Chorus, bringing the Masterworks of choral literature to diverse audiences for 70 years. The Chorale is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, and operates with an all-volunteer Board of Directors.
Tickets are $18 available at: http://www.TucsonMasterworksChorale.org. Ticket buyers will get a link to the concert.