Up Into the Silence: Songs of Love and Loss
Date: May 29, 2014
Location: New York, USA
Choir type: Chamber Choirs and Vocal Ensembles
Angelica, a women’s chamber choir directed by Marie Caruso, will present “Up into the Silence: Songs of Love and Loss” in New York City and Westchester this June. The program will feature various medieval works, including “Bacche, bene venies” from Carmina Burana and Landini’s “Ecco la Primavera”; renaissance works by Janequin and Passereau; folk songs featuring Irish, Newfoundland, Breton, Russian, Sephardic, and American Shaker music; and modern works composed for Angelica by Julie Dolphin, Victor Caruso (world premier) and Craig Fryer (world premier). Joining Angelica will be guest artists Rex Benincasa on percussion, Jerry Celestino on lute and guitar, and Troy Messenger on krumhorn.
Please join Angelica, a group hailed for its “perfect blend” and “beautiful, transcendent sound,” at this upcoming concert:
For more information, visit our website: www.angelicavoices.org or call 914 478-3267