The Mendelssohn Psalms will feature soloists Deanna Gibeau, soprano; David Bertelsen, tenor; and David Mohr, baritone.
The basilica audience will also hear two polychoral or antiphonal works by 16th-century Italian composer Giovanni Gabrieli: “the Gloria and the Exaudi Deus” (Psalm 55) from the 1597 Mass “Sacre Symphoniae.”
With the chorus up front, strings on the side and brass in the rear balcony, music surrounds the listener — it’s the original “surround sound,” as a news release described it.
Following the concert, a “Symphony of Sweets” will be offered in the Holy Hill Café; desserts and coffee available for purchase.
Tickets for “Magnificent Mendelssohn” at Holy Hill are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors and students, and $5 for children.
They are available at Horicon Bank, West Bend; White House of Music, West Bend and Germantown; West Bend Area Chamber of Commerce; and Hartford Music Center. Tickets may also be purchased online at www. kmsymphony.org. Tickets should be purchased by Thursday to assure a seat.