FHSU Department of Music and Theatre to perform with Hays Symphony Orchestra

The Fort Hays State University Department of Music and Theatre will combine with the Hays Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, in the FHSU Beach/Schmidt Performing Arts Center to perform “A German Requiem” by Johannes Brahms.

“This astounding work is one of the most widely performed large works for orchestra, chorus and soloists over the world, and it is filled with soaring harmonies, singable melodies and extensive use of the orchestral moods.” said Terry Crull, associate professor of music and theater.

Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for senior citizens. Children through grade 12 enter free and FHSU students enter free with their student ID.

Soloists are Max Haverfield and Eriana Holle, who are preparing for graduate studies in voice after leaving FHSU. Two movements of the work will be led by guest conductor Merle Muster, Professor Emeritus of Calvin College in Michigan.

Sound Off!