Mozart’s Requiem at SPC, Monday, April 24, 7:30 p.m.

Mozart’s Requiem: In memory of Jason Miller, Monday, April 24 at 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

The Palladium at St. Petersburg College

253 5th Ave N, Saint Petersburg, Florida 33701
The combined choruses of St. Petersburg College and a chamber orchestra comprised of SPC faculty and friends, under the direction of SPC Interim Director of Choral Activities, Dr. Matt Caine, will present Mozart’s Requiem in memory of Jason Miller.

The life of prolific composer and musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart tragically ended just shy of his 36th birthday, leaving others to come after him and complete his unfinished Requiem. Composer and locally-known musician Jason Miller, an alumnus of the music and theatre departments of St. Petersburg College, died in a tragic automobile accident in December 2016 at the age of 36.

We, the musicians of SPC join together in this performance of Mozart’s Requiem to help our community mourn the passing of our beloved friend and, by doing so, in some small way seek to complete some of his life’s unfinished work in much the same way that composers completed Mozart’s unfinished Requiem.

Opportunity to sing onstage with The Florida Orchestra

Ever wonder what it feels like to perform onstage with The Florida Orchestra? Find out with the ‘Sing Out! Tampa Bay’ choir. This year’s performance will feature traditional and contemporary American Gospel songs like Amazing Grace, Oh Happy Day, and When the Saints Go Marching In. The sing-along concert is Saturday, Feb 11, at 7 pm at the First Baptist Church of St. Petersburg. If you are interested in participating in the choir, please register here by Nov 18.

If you have any additional questions, please contact Daryn Bauer, TFO Community Engagement Manager, at dbauer@floridaorchestra.org or 727-362-5468.

NOTE: Claire  Stiles sang in this last year and will be doing so again. It’s something Lakewood singers would enjoy.

Memorable presentations at Sunday service, August 28th, 2016

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Amaiya and Kai’Lyn Washington performing an interpretive dance of R. Kelly’s “The World’s Greatest”

A women’s quartet comprised of Yvonne Riesen, Yoko Nogami, Grace Lewis, and Claire Stiles, singing “God Who Touchest Earth”

Rev. Wells presenting Children’s Time, assisted by physics teacher husband, Jeff Wells.


Photos by Susan Sherwood, Yoko Nogami, Claire Stiles, Lucille Ruga, and Roxanne McGlashan