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Masterworks Concert (Spring 2020)

LeTourneau University Fine Arts will present its Spring 2020 Masterworks Concert on Monday, April 20 at 7:30 PM at Trinity Episcopal Church, 906 Padon St. in Longview.  Two major classical works will be on the concert:

  • The Mozart Requiem, performed by the LeTourneau Singers, the Longview Civic Chorus, soloists Alyssa Marshall Altobell, Kimberly LaGraff, Jon Starling, and Scott LaGraff and orchestra directed by Dr. Jim Taylor. Perhaps the most loved choral/orchestral masterwork in the repertoire, the Mozart Requiem is surrounded with mystery regarding its commissioning and its unfinished state at the time of Mozart’s death.
  • The Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No. 1, performed with Russian-American LeTourneau University student, Elijah Dmitrievsky.
“Conductor’s Notes” at 6:45 PM, with Dr. Taylor commenting on the works to be performed

Admission is free of charge in order to draw students and members of the community who normally do not attend classical music concerts.

Click here to download the concert poster (PDF).

Supporter Categories:

Grand Benefactor ($500 or above)
Angel ($250-$499)
Sponsor ($100-$249)
Patron ($50-$99)
Contributor (under $50)

Note: Gifts received within a week of the concert will be recognized in the concert program.