The Tampa Oratorio Singers (TOS) will perform Mozart’s “Requiem” with full orchestra on Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 4:00 p.m., Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church, 3501 W. San Jose Street in Tampa.
Music Director Nancy Callahan selected this Requiem, in part, because, “Mozart is the most enduring and popular of all classical composers. The Requiem is his most famous choral work and represents the ultimate musical development of the time.”
Mozart’s “Requiem” was written just a few weeks before the composer’s death in 1791 and was completed by his composition student, Franz Süssmayr. Audiences will recognize the fiery “Dies Irae” and the mournful “Lachrymosa” from the movie Amadeus. While scholars wrestle with the authorship of the piece, audiences regularly choose Mozart’s one of the most popular pieces of classical choral music.
Music Director Nancy Callahan will conduct the performance, with orchestra and acclaimed soloists Susan Hellman Spatafora, Robyn Rocklein, Adam Bielamowicz, and Todd Donovan.
Tickets are $20 general admission; $10 senior citizens, available at the door, or in advance on the website (www.tostampa.org).
For more information, including additional performances, call (813) 666-5942 or go to
The longest-performing community choir in the Tampa Bay area, TOS has more than 60
volunteer singers who audition to gain membership. TOS is a volunteer driven non-profit
organization funded through ticket sales, donations, and the support of the Arts Council
of Hillsborough County and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners.