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Webcast: Watch UBC Symphony and Choirs perform Mozart and Chatman

Robert Rowat

The University of British Columbia's School of Music is getting a headstart marking the 20th anniversary of Vancouver's Chan Centre for the Performing Arts with a celebratory concert and webcast. The state-of-the-art facility, situated in the heart of the UBC campus, opened in spring 1997.

The UBC Symphony and Choirs will perform Mozart's Requiem and Stephen Chatman's A Song of Joys under the direction of School of Music faculty conductors Graeme Langager (choirs) and Jonathan Girard (orchestra).

Tune in Saturday, April 8, at 8 p.m. PT (11 p.m. ET) to watch the full webcast, below. Scroll down for complete details on performers and repertoire.


W.A. Mozart: Requiem in D Minor, K. 626

- "Requiem"
- "Kyrie"
- "Dies irae"
- "Tuba mirum"
- "Rex tremendae"
- "Recordare"
- "Confutatis"
- "Lacrymosa"
- "Domine Jesu"
- "Hostias"
- "Sanctus"
- "Benedictus"
- "Agnus Dei"
- "Lux aeterna"


Stephen Chatman: A Song of Joys

I. "A Song of Joys"
II. "Shine! shine! shine!"
III. "One Hour to Madness and Joy!"
IV. "Song of the Universal"
V. "I dance with the dancers"
VI. "O Sun of Real Peace"
VII. "With the love of comrades"


UBC Symphony Orchestra
University Singers
UBC Choral Union

Elizabeth Harris, soprano
Benjamin Shaw, countertenor
Ian Bannerman, tenor
Stephen Duncan, bass
Julia Chien, timpani
Aaron Graham, percussion

Jonathan Girard, conductor
Graeme Langager, conductor

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