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Conductor Anthony Parnther will lead the MSO in the Classics Series finale. The program will open with Mozart’s Requiem which has been a fixture in the choral-orchestra repertoire for over two centuries. And the Classics Series will end similarly to how it began, with Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3. This symphony is filled with influences of blues, jazz, ragtime, and the third movement is a Juba, a dance style created by central Africans enslaved on plantations in the American South. Price celebrated her heritage beautifully in this masterpiece.