New York Philharmonic's Eric Owens on Performing Verdi's Requiem

The New York Philharmonic is one of the Big Five American orchestras, and one of the oldest in the America. Since organizing in 1842, the orchestra has performed over 14,500 concerts. In this short vid, bass-baritone Eric Owens comments on the challenges of singing the orchestra's latest, Verdi's Requiem.

via New York Philharmonic

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