North Valley Chamber Chorale MOZARTREQUIEM “Mozart Requiem feels all-encompassing, overcome with broad, sweeping emotion.”—Rochester City Newspaper Made famous again in the movie Amadeus, Mozart Requiem was composed in 1791. The work was commissioned by an anonymous nobleman, who had intended to pass off the mass as his own. Mozart, who was in poor health, composed this powerful work while also writing the opera Magic Flute and with the belief that he was writing his own funeral mass. He died at the age of 35 with the work unfinished. FREE PRE-CONCERT LECTURE FOR TICKET HOLDERS: SUNDAY, APRIL 14 | 1 PM | LAXSON AUDITORIUM SUNDAY, APRIL 14 2 PM | LAXSON AUDITORIUM $30 PREMIUM | $22 ADULT | $20 SENIOR | $12 YOUTH $10 CHICO STATE STUDENT San Francisco Grand Opera Cinema Series CINDERELLA By Gioachino Rossini “Cinderella proves a delightful fairy tale.”—SF Gate Thanks to her open heart and determination, Cinderella triumphs over her mean-spirited relatives in Rossini’s sparkling version of the story. Soprano Karine Deshayes has an “emotional depth and vibrant, beautiful sound,” said The New York Times, and she makes her San Francisco Opera debut in the beloved fairy tale about a gentle but courageous servant girl who catches the eye of a handsome prince. SUNDAY, MAY 5 2 PM | ZINGG RECITAL HALL $18 ADULT | $16 SENIOR | $10 YOUTH & CHICO STATE STUDENT Other operas featured in the San Francisco Grand Opera Cinema Series include: Show Boat (p. 7), Norma (p. 10), and Susannah (p. 14). 21 TICKETS | 530.898.6333 • •