Mozart partially set the text of the Mass in different occasions, and even in his Great C minor Mass, he left the Credo, Agnus Dei and some of the Sanctus portions yet-to-be written. Harvard musicologist Robert Levin completed the task for the anniversary of Mozart’s birth in 2006. The work was met with wide acclaim at its U.S. and Europe, largely through the ever-masterful work of Helmuth Rilling, and naturally thanks to Levin’s expert reconstruction, which uses Mozart’s own music and preserves Mozart’s own spirit. To close our season with a momentous occasion, Cantabile is honored to bring to life the Colorado premiere of this magnificent work in two performances. We are also thrilled to make this a community event, partnering with excellent choral and orchestral musicians to make this into an experience not to be missed!