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Southwestern Oklahoma State University Mozart Requiem

Location: Oklahoma, USA
Choir type: College and University Choirs
Voicing: Mixed

On 22 and 24 April 2014, Southwestern's vocal/choral division will perform an evening of Classical music to include Mozart’s Requiem, K. 626 and selections of chamber music of Leopold Mozart and Franz Josef Haydn (Mozart’s two “Pappas”). This production is a collaboration of the choirs of Southwestern, conducted by Dr. Daniel Farris, the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Robert Chambers, the keyboard faculty of Southwestern, and featured DFW-based soloists. The soloists are bass-baritone Dr. David Grogan of the University of Texas in Arlington, Orpheus Ensemble and Dallas Bach soloists mezzo-soprano Katrina Kledas and soprano Heidi Klein, and tenor Nic Garza. Dr. Grogan, Katrina Kledas, and Heidi Klein will be teaching a master class featuring Southwestern students, an open-question forum on professional singing, and teaching voice lessons to selected students of Southwestern’s vocal/choral program. All are encouraged to come to the master class and forum if interested.

The concert performances, master class, and open-question forum are free to the public. Contact Daniel Farris at or 580.774.3208 for more details about the artists-in-residence or the Mozart program.


Chamber Choir:

Ein kleines Haus by F. J. Haydn (1801)


Two Lieder by Leopold Mozart (1761), arr. for woodwinds by Daniel Farris (2014)

1.  Die Zufriedenheit im niedrigen Stande

2.  Geheime Liebe


Du bist’s, dem Ruhm und Ehre gebühret by F. J. Haydn (c.1796)


Southwestern Singers, Community Chorus, and Southwestern Symphony Orchestra

Requiem, K. 626 (1791, completed by F. X. Süssmayer and J. Eybler, ed. L. Nowak)

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