Arena di Verona – Mozart Requiem
Mozart’s Requiem is dedicated to the victims of the Coronavirus in Verona.
Mozart Requiem © EnneviFoto/Unitel
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s famous and moving Requiem was performed for the first time in the 2000-year old Arena in Verona. The concert on the impressively designed stage set in the middle of the Arena with the choir standing in a circle around the arena became a collective prayer in an open-air cathedral.
Marco Armiliato conducts four excellent soloists and Chorus & Orchestra of the Arena di Verona. The performance of great symbolic impact is dedicated to the victims of the Coronavirus.
English title MOZART REQUIEM
Original title MOZART REQUIEM
Recording location Arena di Verona
Recording date 31 July 2020
Production year 2020
Duration 60 min.
Video format HD
Production Company Unitel
Director Tiziano Mancini
Distribution TV Unitel and C Major for Unitel
Conductor Marco Armiliato
Soloist Vittoria Yeo (soprano)
Soloist Sonia Ganassi (mezzo-soprano)
Soloist Saimir Pirgu (tenor)
Soloist Alex Esposito (bass)
Choir Coro dell’Arena di Verona
Orchestra / Band Orchestra dell’Arena di Verona
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