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Fauré’s sublime Requiem in an upper-voices arrangement for chamber choir, plus music from across the centuries from Hildegard von Bingen to Russell Hepplewhite, mirrored in Indian raga.

This concert is generously sponsored by David Humphreys, whose memorial fund continues to support the concert in memory of his wife, Julia.

Ridima Sur voice

Dan Harding conductor

Runtime: 120 minutes

Image: iStock


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