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Save £10 on tickets to a performance of Mozart’s Requiem

PUBLISHED: 11:27 19 September 2017 | UPDATED: 11:27 19 September 2017

City of Birmingham Choir

City of Birmingham Choir

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Enjoy a concert to remember at Symphony Hall, Birmingham

A performance of Mozart’s Requiem always proves to be a concert to remember and on Sunday November 5 at 3.00pm, the City of Birmingham Choir will take to the stage of Symphony Hall and bring their passion and talent to Mozart’s sublime work.

The afternoon opens with a perfect introduction to opera, Mozart’s much loved The Marriage of Figaro Overture. This will be followed by his Piano Concerto No. 21 where acclaimed pianist Tom Poster will take to the stage to perform this magnificent work alongside the Mozart Festival Orchestra.

The concert culminates with the Requiem, Mozart’s choral masterpiece, performed by four superb soloists and the City of Birmingham Choir. From the dramatic and haunting Kyrie, the menacing and triumphant Dies Irae, to the stirringly beautiful Lacrimosa, this exceptionally moving piece crowns an evening of glorious music by the worlds most prolific composer.

This will be a concert to remember - and we are offering our readers up to £10.00 off selected ticket prices!

To book your seats call the Box Office on 0121 780 3333 quoting ‘Mozart offer’ or book online here and enter MOZART when prompted.

Conditions: Tickets must be booked between Friday September 1 to Sunday October 15 and is valid on selected ticket prices: £27, £32, £37 (booking fees apply). This offer is subject to availability, does not apply to tickets already purchased and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.

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