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Duruflé Requiem

April 27 & 28, 2024

"I find this one to be one of the most deeply impassioned settings and most brilliant uses of all the old plainsong chants, that just creates a really magical and deeply, powerfully moving setting of the requiem text."

Immerse yourself in a musical experience that soothes and elevates the soul. Duruflé’s iconic Requiem transports you to a world of serenity through its lush harmonies, flowing melodies, and an enduring sense of tranquility. Experience the harmonious embrace of this masterwork along with works by Bach, Britten, Butler, and Brahms, performed by the San Diego Master Chorale with organist Martin Green, Canon for Music at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral.

Join us for an unforgettable afternoon as we celebrate the enduring beauty of choral art and offer a serene escape through the power of music.

To see the full concert program, click here.

This concert will be performed in two venues: St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral on April 27 and at St. James by-the-Sea Episcopal Church on the St. James Music Series on April 28. Tickets for the St. James Music Series performance are available at stjamesmusicseries.com.

Saturday, April 27 | 4:00 PM

St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral

Martin Green, organ

San Diego native Martin Green enjoys a multi-faceted career as organist, singer, and conductor. He has performed both as solo recitalist and accompanist throughout the US, Mexico, Canada, and abroad. Martin has made guest appearances with the San Diego Symphony and has also appeared on NPR’s “Pipedreams Live.”

He has prepared choirs and accompanied for such notable conductors as Sir David Willcocks, John Rutter, Marvin Hamlisch, Jahja Ling, Martin Neary, and Duaine Wolfe. Martin is the Organist and Choirmaster of St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral near Balboa Park, San Diego.

As a singer, he has enjoyed being a member of many of the San Diego region’s professional chorale ensembles. He has appeared as a baritone, tenor, and counter-tenor soloist in a wide range of venues in Southern California and Mexico from small churches to symphony orchestras.

With a passion for teaching, he is active as a clinician both for choral and organ events, and serves on the faculty of the San Diego Summer Choral Festival. He has conducted three recordings with the St. Paul’s Cathedral boy and girl choristers and appears on a number of other recordings as organist or singer.

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