Tuba Mirum


If you're one of the three seven people in New York who isn't heading for terra incognita (Allan, is that right? my memory of high-school Latin is foggy, to say the least, so I'm just assuming that it's incognita and not incognito) over Memorial Day weekend (or, perhaps, you're from beyond the five boroughs and are coming in to the city for the holiday weekend), you might want to go check out the Mozart Requiem on May 25 at Carnegie Hall.

Why this Requiem? Aside from the fact that it's one of the greatest pieces of music ever written, my sister is the soprano soloist and she's making her Carnegie Hall debut...


wish her luck - or break a leg, whatever that showbiz talk is.

Woo hoo! Congrats to your sister! What a coup. And it is one of the greatest pieces of music ever written, by one of the greatest composers.

Unfortunately, it is a little far to come this time.

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