Friends of Music at St. Paul’s: Seraphic Fire

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This edition of the program visits North Carolina's Triad for a choral cornucopia and an assortment of Baroque gems. Seraphic Fire, the Grammy-nominated Miami-based choral ensemble, visited Winston-Salem in March of 2012 to perform at the regional conference of the American Choral Directors Association, and while there inaugurated the new Friends of Music at St. Paul’s Episcopal concert series with a program of choral highlights. About a month earlier the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra presented a concert featuring some of the best of the Baroque, and showcasing music director Dmitri Sitkovetsky as soloist for Vivaldi’s eternal masterwork.

Listen to the entire program: Seraphic Fire, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra - Choral Cornucopia, Baroque Gems





Billboard and introduction to Durufle's Notre Pere - Lauren Rico





MAURICE DURUFLE: Notre Pere
Seraphic Fire





Introduction to de Vitoria's Pange Lingua - Lauren Rico





TOMAS LUIS de VICTORIA: Pange Lingua
Seraphic Fire





Introduction to Taverner's The Lamb - Lauren Rico





JOHN TAVERNER: The Lamb
Seraphic Fire





Introduction to Lauridsen's O Magnum Mysterium - Lauren Rico





MORTEN LAURIDSEN: O Magnum Mysterium
Seraphic Fire





Introduction to Bach Orchestral Suite - Lauren Rico





JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH: Orchestral Suite No. 2 in b
Debra Pivetta, flute
Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Music Director and conductor





Introduction to Handel Suite from Water Music - Lauren Rico





GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL: Suite in F from Water Music
Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Music Director and conductor





Introduction to The Four Seasons - Lauren Rico





ANTONIO VIVALDI: The Four Seasons
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, violin
Greensboro Symphony Orchestra
Dmitry Sitkovetsky, Music Director and conductor





End of show - Lauren Rico






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