Brahms’ German Requiem

Brahms' German Requiem


Tulsa Oratorio Chorus joins Tulsa Symphony on a work that became the central and longest work of Brahms’ career, the German Requiem. Unconvinced of man’s afterlife, Brahms composed this work after the deaths of his beloved friend and fellow composer Robert Schumann and then his own mother. Ein Deutsches Requiem was not intended as a mass for the dead as his contemporaries and earlier composers had written, but instead as a work of consolation for those left behind.

  • BRAHMS: Ein Deutsches Requiem

James Bagwell, guest conductor

Amy Cofield, soprano

Highly regarded for her “technical facility, beauty of interpretation, and an arresting presence.”

Steven Labrie, baritone

Known for his “beautiful timbre, expressive singing and dramatic presence,” Mr. LaBrie was recently named among the five leading lyric baritones to watch by Opera News.

Tulsa Oratorio Chorus


Tickets: $15-$70


Saturday, April 8, 2017 | 7:30 PM