Mozart Requiem Undead

Friday, September 16, 2016, 8:00 pm
Bass Concert Hall
$10.00 - $40.00

Roomful of Teeth
new music for voices
Panoramic Voices
Brent Baldwin, Artistic Director and Conductor
Mozart Requiem Undead
Conceived and created by Golden Hornet with Texas Choral Consort
Artistic Directors Peter Stopschinski, Graham Reynolds, and Brent Baldwin
Featuring Convergence Vocal Ensemble with music by
Petra Haden
Glenn Kotche
Kate Moore
Adrian Quesada
Graham Reynolds
Todd Reynolds
Carolyn Shaw
Justin Sherburn
DJ Spooky
Peter Stopschinski

The program includes the world premiere of Tired Tropes for Battered Souls, by Caleb Burhans, performed by Panoramic Voices and Roomful of Teeth, and commissioned by Texas Performing Arts and KMFA-FM.

Presented in partnership with Butler School of Music, Fusebox Festival, and KMFA-FM

Conversation with Mozart Requiem Undead Artistic Directors, Peter Stopschinski and Graham Reynolds
Hosted by Fusebox Festival
Friday, September 16
12:30 pm
Dive Bar Outdoor Parklet, 1703 Guadalupe St.
Open to the Public
This event will also be live streamed on Facebook

Conversation with Mozart Requiem Undead Artistic Directors, Peter Stopschinski, Graham Reynolds, and Brent Baldwin
Friday, September 16
7 pm
Bass Concert Hall, 4th Floor
Open to Performance Ticket Holders

This vocal-infused double bill features Grammy Award®-winning ensemble Roomful of Teeth and an encore performance of Mozart Requiem Undead performed by Panoramic Voices (formerly the Texas Choral Consort and Orchestra) along with Austin-based vocal ensemble Convergence.

Roomful of Teeth is dedicated to mining the expressive potential of the human voice. Formed in 2009, The New York Times calls the eight-voice ensemble “sensually stunning.”

In 2014, TPA and partners Golden Hornet Project and Fusebox Festival presented Mozart Requiem Undead to open the Fusebox Festival at the French Legation Museum. Ten unique composers were each commissioned to rework a movement of Mozart’s Requiem Mass. The only catch is that the composers had to keep the vocal parts as originally written by Mozart.

“From the diversity and geographic range of the composers to the breadth and depth of performers to the ginormous attendance, the whole thing stood as an example of what you should do if you’re trying to reach a wider crowd.” — Andrew Sigler, NewMusicBox

“Roomful of Teeth is making some of the most rigorously venturesome and thrillingly inventive music being made by any ensemble, vocal or instrumental, today.” — The Nation


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Pepper crusted carved beef tenderloin w/ chimichurri sauce
Roasted garlic mashed potatoes
Haricots Verts w/ almond slivers and shallots

Price: $12


Saved – 2012, California
A red blend of red currant and black cherry.

Price: $10

Roomful of Teeth

Roomful of Teeth

The University requires all faculty, staff, students, and visitors to pay for parking on campus. Please be aware when you come to a performance that UT parking has changed and new signage has been posted in regards to the changes. All parking on campus – both ADA and non-ADA requires a permit or payment of fees – this does include the ADA on Robert Dedman Drive. Patrons to the Texas Performing Arts complex are encouraged to park in university parking garages or LBJ surface lots. A discounted parking rate of $6 can be purchased on-line at: The discounted parking is only available online until 10pm, the day prior to an event. Please read signs carefully.

$10 Event Parking is also available for purchase in person on the day of your event at the entrances to the surrounding surface lots and garages.

Valet parking will be available for $21 on the day of the event. The valet station is located in front of the main entrance of Bass Concert Hall on 23rd Street. Valet parking is cash only.

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