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Mozart’s Requiem

David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center

Memorial Day Weekend 2024 heralds in a world premiere of a new work by composer Mark Hayes. Centered on themes of unity and kindness, the new piece will appeal to a broad range of singers and audience alike. Opposite of this piece will be an act led under the skilled baton of DCINY Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Jonathan Griffith, as singers from around the globe come together to perform the masterwork Mozart’s Requiem, featuring the outstanding DCO.


Jonathan Griffith, DCINY Artistic Director and Principal Conductor

Mozart: Requiem

Mark Hayes, Composer/Conductor

Kindness (World Premiere)

Participating Groups

Greater Lake Area Chorale

Reclaim Arts Academy Chorale

New Dominion Choraliers of Prince William County, VA

Belin Memorial United Methodist Church Chancel Choir

Yelm Community Choir

Celebration Community Church Choir

1st United Methodist Church of Arroyo Grande Chancel Choir

Weymouth Choral Society

Pilgrim Choir, First Congregational Church

Joyful Band of Singers

Bach Society of Dayton

North Decatur Presbyterian Church Community Choir

The Manassas Chorale

SoJo Choral Arts

St. Louis County Community Chorus

Dickinson County Community Chorus

Ipswich River Community Chorus

Stuyvesant High School Oratorio Choir (NYC/USA)

Richmond Choral Society & Arcadian Chorale

Special Guests

Artist's Name

Jonathan Griffith

Artist's Name

Mark Hayes

Artist's Name

Penelope Shumate