Mozart's Requiem

In a life spanning just 35 years, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart left an astonishing musical legacy. More than two centuries after his death, Mozart’s music still speaks to us, moves us, and leaves us breathless. To conclude the 2017−18 Telamon Classical Series at the Palladium, Music Director Krzysztof Urbański, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and special guests explore the incredible masterworks composed in Mozart’s final year: the haunting Requiem — Mozart’s last statement.

In addition to the Requiem, renowned pianist Emanuel Ax will perform Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 27.

"These pieces of music are so different from each other. On one hand, he wrote probably the deepest piece of music ever written, Requiem, the mass for death. But at the same time, he was composing one of the lightest operettas, The Magic Flute. We have a chance, for these two weeks, to go inside this incredible mind of Mozart and discover how diverse it was. " — Krzysztof Urbański, Music Director


This performance is at The Palladium in Carmel. Doors will open one hour before the performance.



The program book will be posted closer to the performance date.



Overture to La Clemenza di Tito

Piano Concerto No. 27


Krzysztof Urbański


Emanuel Ax


Indianapolis Symphonic Choir

Telamon Classical Series at the Palladium Sponsors

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