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MARCH 21:
BEETHOVEN: MISSA SOLEMNIS
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Perhaps Beethoven's finest choral achievement, the Missa Solemnis stands as one of the most spectacular works in the classical repertoire.

World-class soloists, a 40 piece orchestra and a stunning setting in Sanders Theatre will banish all thoughts of winter.

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The Back Bay Chorale aims to "celebrate the unifying power of music by performing choral masterworks with a passionate commitment to excellence"

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Why Vienna? A Conversation
The following is an exchange between two chorale members – journalist and author Judy Foreman and retired Harvard University historian James Wilkinson on the remarkable musical creations that have seen their beginning in Vienna -- Read more...

Saul: Post Concert Reviews
"Throughout, the chorus commendably rose to the musical challenges... their singing was consistently polished" -- Boston Musical Intelligencer

"With deliberate gestures, conductor Scott Allen Jarrett led the Back Bay Chorale and orchestra in a vibrant performance" -- Boston Classical Review


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Back Bay Chorale supports itself through ticket sales and the support of many individuals and organizations throughout the United States. In particular, we are proud to be supported by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council
The BBC gratefully acknowledges that its co-commission of Mohammed Fairouz' Anything Can Happen during 2013 was made possible in part by an Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England.
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