Concert News

Spring 2021 Concert

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tucson Masterworks Chorale will again produce a virtual concert.  Tucson Masterworks Chorale is proud to feature Mozart’s Missa brevis in D minor for our virtual Spring concert season.  Staying true to TMC’s love of choral/orchestral works, this piece is everything you love about Mozart in a 14-minute package!  It is one of the first masses Mozart composed (at the early age of 12!) and is the only missa brevis of his in a minor key.  Its brooding tone color and melodies seem to foreshadow his well-known Requiem.  The program will close with the debut performance of a new work composed by our accompanist and Assistant Director, Russell Ronnebaum.  This Lux Aeterna will feature Russell at the piano accompanied by the Tucson Masterworks Chorale.  The calming tone of this piece will bring you down gently from the 12-year-old angst of the Mozart missa brevis.  Please join us for exploration into this little-known Mozart masterpiece, featuring SATB soloists and string players, followed by a new choral piece by a local composer!  The six movements of the Mozart missa brevis and the new Lux Aeterna are compiled digitally from audio and video recordings by individual choir members during socially distanced rehearsals.  The program will be released in video format for ticket holders on Sunday, April 25th.

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Fall 2020 Concert Program

View Concert Program: Fall 2020, “We Rise Again”


Watch a Video of Our Spring 2018 Concert

We performed Mozart’s Great Mass in C Minor, K 427, at our Spring concert on April 15, 2018.  The concert took place at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 1946 E. Lee Street, Tucson, at 4:00 p.m.  Click on the link below to watch the video.

Mozart C Minor Mass