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Requiem & Revelations

Hear Mozart’s Requiem with fresh ears! Conductor Brett Weymark interweaves the music of this deathbed masterpiece with choral gems highlighting the drama, the anguish and the beauty of this legendary music.

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“This was a magnificent performance by… the stars of the day, the massed voices of the SPC.”
 Steve Moffat, Limelight Magazine

Mozart: Requiem & Revelations

Mozart’s Requiem is legendary in more ways than one. Even setting aside the popular fictions, there’s something deeply moving in the idea of a composer striving on his deathbed to finish his last creation. Which is why conductor Brett Weymark wants us to hear it with fresh ears, interweaving the Requiem with music from throughout Mozart’s life – musical gems that hint at what was to come. Some you may recognise, some oddly familiar, others will sound intriguingly new. Together they amplify the beauty and drama of Mozart’s ultimate masterwork in a kind of musical revelation.

And in Dolor ultimæ melodiæ (Grief of the last song), Australian composer Jessica Wells creates a meditation on the “Amen” of the Lacrimosa – picking up with a contemporary voice from the point where Mozart left off. Hear the 140 voices of SPC’s Symphony Chorus fill the Sydney Town Hall. 

Deborah CHEETHAM & Matthew DOYLE Tarimi Nulay – Long time living here
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Requiem (Süssmayr completion)
interleaved with familiar gems and intriguing rarities by Mozart, including...
Masonic Funeral Music
Ave verum corpus
Laudate Dominum
Adagio from the Gran Partita
and traditional plainchants from the Mass for the Dead
Jessica WELLS Dolor ultimæ melodiæ (Grief of the last song)*



Brett Weymark conductor
Chloe Lankshear soprano
Sally-Anne Russell mezzo-soprano
Andrew Goodwin tenor
David Greco bass
Symphony Chorus
Sydney Philharmonia Orchestra

Presented by Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

Venue Information

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs will continue to apply NSW Public Health Orders as they relate to ticketing and seating arrangements.

To help you find the right entrance at Sydney Town Hall, we have indicated Door A, B or C on your ticket for easy reference. Follow the signs or ask one of our Front of House team to assist you.

On arrival, please check-in using the Service NSW app by scanning the QR code displayed at each entrance to the Sydney Town Hall. We encourage you to download the Service NSW app and link your Vaccination Certificate before you arrive for a quick and easy entry.

E-tickets are encouraged, and ticket collection at the Box Office will be limited. The Front of House team will direct you to your seat.

The Box Office at Sydney Town Hall will be open one hour prior to each performance to help you with any questions or issues.

There will be no cloakroom so we encourage you to leave bigger items at home. There will be no bar, however complimentary water will be available from the Front of House team.

Transport options

  • Wilson Parking has a number of parking stations close to Sydney Town Hall. We recommend St Andrew’s House Car Park, Queen Victoria Building Car Park and Citipark Car Park.
  • Getting to the Sydney Town Hall on public transport is easy. Most Sydney Trains stop at Sydney Town Hall, and most CBD busses stop nearby.
  • Plan your trip here or call Transport NSW on 131 500 for the latest advice and information on travel and COVID-19 safety measures.

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