March 17 / 2:30 pm

His best-known choral work, Mozart’s Requiem, is a cornerstone of the classical choral repertoire. The work’s emotional impact and musical brilliance make it a work of art that transcends time and culture, and its ability to captivate and inspire audiences has done so consistently for generations and will continue to inspire for generations to come. 

South Bend Chamber Singers and acclaimed soloists join the Symphony on stage to deliver this timeless masterpiece! 

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Brahms, arr Gardiner
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About Erin Taylor

An avid performer of sacred masterworks and chamber music, Erin has been the soprano soloist for many orchestral Masses and Baroque cantatas including Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Mozart’s Solemn Vespers of the Confessor, and recurring performances of Scarlatti’s Christmas Cantata. Erin is equally at home in liturgical music, and enjoys playing the organ and directing choral ensembles at liturgies. She is a frequent performer at National Association of Pastoral Musician conventions, and passionate about training cantors for liturgical service. As a Washington, DC area native, Erin is an active soloist, cantor, and chorister at many cathedrals and parishes throughout the (arch)dioceses of Washington, Baltimore, Arlington, and Richmond.

About Jeffery Dean

Jeffrey Dean is a singer-conductor with a passion for sacred music. He has led an active musical life as a classroom music teacher, choral director, cantor, and bass-baritone soloist. His recent engagements include Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols with SAU Symphony Orchestra and the role of Seneca in Opera ND’s production of Monteverdi’s The Coronation of Poppea. Jeffrey is also fond of oratorio, having performed arias from Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Handel’s Messiah, and Bach’s St. Matthew Passion. With an affinity for the Italian language, he has also performed in vocal masterclasses – notably with bass-baritone, Stefano de Peppo – and has sung mass at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. Jeffrey is currently in his second year as an MSM conducting student at the University of Notre Dame, and he holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education from Southern Adventist University.

About Scottie Rogers

A native Texan, Scottie Rogers grew up in San Antonio and attended the University of Houston for her undergraduate studies, receiving degrees in vocal performance and music education. While studying at the University of Houston, Scottie made her operatic debut as Nireno in the Moores Opera Company’s 2022 production of Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto. Also in 2022, Scottie made her international debut as a vocal artist by winning the NINA solo competition at the Grieg International Choral Festival in Bergen, Norway. Now a graduate student in the University of Notre Dame’s Sacred Music program, Scottie continues to study and perform works by both the masters of the baroque era and the living composers of today. Following the completion of her education Scottie hopes to find a career performing early music and opera.



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Series Sponsor

Thank you to our generous series sponsor; Jack M. Champaigne for the June H. Edwards Mosaic Series.

Jordan Lexus of Mishawaka is a proud 2023-24 Season Artistic Sponsor.


Program subject to change.