"Into the Light: Sacred music illuminating the 12th--21st centuries"
Date: May 11, 2013
Location: New York, USA
Choir type: Professional Choirs
Angelica, a women’s chamber choir directed by Marie Caruso, will present “Into the Light” in Westchester and New York City on May 18th and 19th. The program will feature works by Hildegard von Bingen; Josquin des Prez; selections from the Cantigas de Santa Maria (Galician-Portuguese songs collected by Alfonso X); and the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat. Also included in the program are modern works by Javier Busto, Maurice Duruflé, Ola Gjeilo, and Michelle Roueché. Joining Angelica will be guest artists Jerry Celestino, lute, and William Fellows, viola da gamba.
Please join Angelica, a group hailed for its “perfect blend” and “beautiful, transcendent sound,” at one of these upcoming concerts:
Suggested Donation: $20 ($10 seniors, students & children) No advance sales.
For more information: visit www.angelicavoices.org
Angelica is a Hastings-based women’s chamber choir founded in 1996. The group has developed a rich repertory of music ranging from early anonymous music to contemporary compositions. Angelica also performs a unique variety of music, including chant, Sephardic, Balkan, American folk, and jazz, and sometimes incorporates instrumental accompaniment. The group performs concerts throughout the year in both Manhattan and Westchester. Eugene Sirotkine, former Assistant Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera, and director of the NY Metamorphoses Orchestra, describes Angelica as having “a gorgeous sound, rich sonorities, and transparent harmonies.” Others have described their music as “transcendent” and “angelic.”