The concert will feature LA Schola, a 12-voice professional group, performing Tomás Luis de Victoria's "Requiem." The ensemble will join singers from St. Wilfrid and St. Thomas the Apostle church in Hollywood.
Prayer stations will be set up with candles that visitors can light. A freewill offering will be accepted. For more information, visit http://www.stwilfridschurch.org or call (714) 402-8112.
St. Wilfrid has extended invitations to all community members, including local Jewish and Islamic congregations, in hopes of incorporating multiple perspectives into Sunday's program.
"Art creates understanding," Gravis said. "The more volatile culture is, the more we need art in music."
Two other 9/11 commemorative concerts will take place in Newport Beach at 7 p.m. Sunday, at the Newport Harbor Lutheran Church and St. James Anglican Church.
St. James, 3209 Via Lido, will host a memorial concert featuring the 40-piece Orange County Collegiate Orchestra, which is made up of the county's leading undergraduate and postgraduate musicians, organizers said in a news release.
Free child care for children ages 5 and under will be available. A reception will follow the performance. For more information, call (949) 675-0210 or go to http://www.stjamesnb.org.
Members of the Newport Harbor Lutheran Church, Costa Mesa's Mesa Verde United Methodist Church, the Orange County Women's Chorus and UC Irvine's Men in Blaque will present "Requiem: A Concert of Hope and Remembrance."
Eliza Rubenstein, artistic director of the Orange County Women's Chorus and the choral director of Orange Coast College's music department, will conduct a full professional orchestra in Mozart's "Requiem."