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Tonight, the Gulf Coast Symphony will perform the awe-inspiring Haydn’s
Lord Nelson Mass in collaboration with the renowned Fort Myers Symphonic
Mastersingers.  Also on the program is Winter Moons, a work by the Chickasaw
classical composer, Jerod Tate.

February 23 | 7 pm

Big Arts Sanibel

900 Dunlop Rd
Sanibel, FL 33957 United States


About the Program:

Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass
The grandeur and magnificence of Joseph Haydn’s
masterwork, the Lord Nelson Mass is a stirring choral piece, considered one of
his greatest works.  The Lord Nelson Mass is a testament to Haydn’s brilliance
as a composer and showcases a powerful blend of orchestra and voices.

Winter Moons is a ballet based upon American Indian legends from the Northern
Plains and Rocky Mountains. It is in four movements and is performed with a live
storyteller to guide the audience though each  legend. The title is derived from the
idea that American Indian stories are best told during the full moons of the winter-


Watch Haydn: Lord Nelson Mass as performed by
Yale Schola Cantorum, David Hill conductor.


The Fort Myers Symphonic Mastersingers is the premier choral ensemble in
Southwest Florida. Since forming in 2001, the Mastersingers have grown from
a small chorus to a 100-plus voice ensemble of men and women dedicated to
excellence in music. We are a diverse group of vocal musicians who represent
all walks of life with a shared love of singing and a commitment to our mission.


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