Mozart’s Mass and More Music!

A still from UC Davis Symphony's performance of "Carmina Burana"

Are you one of the 8,691,453 million who’ve made the YouTube video of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana, performed by UC Davis Symphony & Chorus, UCTV’s most popular program? Then you’ll be happy to know that there’s more where that came from!

UCTV has featured the UC Davis Symphony many more times since that video debuted in 2007, including their latest performance of Mozart’s Mass in C Minor, also known as the “Great” Mass, conducted by Christian Baldini.

You might also be interested in some other concerts that debuted this month on UCTV, including this year’s UC San Diego Jazz Camp Finale Concert and La Jolla Symphony’s “Les Noces,” Stravinksy’s portrait of a pagan Russian folk wedding featuring four pianos, chamber chorus, and members of Tijuana’s Lux Boreal dance troupe. Bravo!



4 thoughts on “Mozart’s Mass and More Music!

  1. Great article: A new reesrach shows that the specific type of music one listens while drinking wine can significantly affect the taste. The psychology Professor Adrian North from Heriot Watt University Edinburgh tested on 250 students and the result was quite amazing, they found that the taste changed by up to 60 percent depending on the vibe of the tune played. Prof Adrian determine that people were five times more inclined to buy a French bottle instead of a German one if accordion music was being played. Cheers! I believe every word!!!! Chao, and Cheers!’Best wishes! Sandy

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