The Concord Chorale celebrate its 50th anniversary season with a gala concert of works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Joined by professional orchestra and soloists, as well as the Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra of Phillips Exeter Academy, the Chorale will present Mozart’s beloved Great Mass in C minor, K. 427, alongside symphonic and other choral works.
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