ST. MARTIN’S FESTIVAL SINGERS:
Symphonic A Cappella
The debut of the Festival Singers in 2016 was with orchestra; this year, the 70-voice Festival Singers is inaugurated into the glories of a cappella music with large scale unaccompanied choral works. Louis Spohr’s (1784-1869) dramatic and harmonically lush Mass for Double Choir will be introduced by several double choir works by Spohr’s contemporary Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847). And 20th century Scottish impressionist composer Granville Bantock (1868-1946) conceived of choral works on a massive scale, including his playful and poignant Choral Suite, A Pageant of Human Life, with lyrics by the “Man for all Seasons,” Sir Thomas More.
You are invited to listen to Maestro Krueger talking about this concert, as well as the rest of the season:
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