Sep
2
Sep 7

Wigmore Hall Song Competition

  • Wigmore Hall

Clara and Tyler Wottrich will compete as one of the duos in Wigmore Hall's Song Competition in London.

Nov
3
Nov 5

The Musical Legacy of the Reformation

  • Ordway

Ensemble alto with the Rose Ensemble.

with special guest, Piffaro, The Renaissance Band

Five hundred years ago, a monk named Martin Luther set in motion a spiritual movement that would transform church music for his followers. In this exciting collaboration with one of the world’s finest consort of Renaissance wind instruments, we present works by first-generation Reformation composers Johann Walther, Leonhard Lechner, and Michael Praetorius, as well as our ground-breaking reconstruction of a 1616 royal baptismal mass. Don’t miss this historic concert featuring the strength of twenty musicians on stage and the opportunity to join in singing the iconic hymn Ein feste burg ("A Mighty Fortress").

Nov
12
1:00 pm13:00

American Hymns Rediscovered

  • Miami FL

Ensemble alto with Seraphic Fire. 

BETH WILLER, CONDUCTOR

Rich tradition and fearless innovation define American music. In this program, Seraphic Fire delivers American hymnody alongside contemporary works of musical poetry that call for wisdom, peace, and action.

Dec
14
Dec 17

Christmas in Baroque Malta

  • St. Paul MN

Ensemble alto with the Rose Ensemble.

Back by popular demand! A treasure trove of vocal manuscripts quietly at rest for centuries now comes to life in this joyful program of 17th-century Christmas music found in the archives of St. Paul’s Cathedral in Malta. Dazzling Roman ornamentation and sonorous Venetian double-choir settings reflect this repertoire’s Italian heritage, which unfolds in a delightful display of solos, duets, trios, and grand works for our full ensemble of singers and Baroque chamber orchestra. Come welcome the glory of the season as well as the release of The Rose Ensemble’s world-premiere recording of this incredible music.

Jan
17
Jan 21

David Lang: The Little Match Girl Passion

  • Miami FL

Ensemble alto with Seraphic Fire.

PATRICK DUPRÉ QUIGLEY, CONDUCTOR

David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece opens Seraphic Fire’s three-part Parables of Passion series. “Poignant” and “consoling” (The New York Times), this haunting setting of the Hans Christian Andersen tale is spoken much in the manner of a classic Bach passion.

Feb
15
Feb 17

Bach's St. Matthew Passion

  • Miami FL

Ensemble alto with Seraphic Fire.

PATRICK DUPRÉ QUIGLEY, CONDUCTOR

Hailed by the Miami Herald for Bach interpretations filled with “warm humanity,” Artistic Director Patrick Dupré Quigley leads Seraphic Fire in J. S. Bach’s monumental retelling of the crucifixion scored for double chorus and double orchestra.

Mar
14
Mar 18

Brahms: Liebeslieder Waltzes

  • Miami FL

Ensemble alto with Seraphic Fire.

SCOTT ALLEN JARRETT, CONDUCTOR

Scott Allen Jarrett, featured in Seraphic Fire’s GRAMMY® nominated Ein Deutsches Requiem disc, leads Seraphic Fire from the keyboard in the most joyous and tender of Brahms’ choral works, the eternal Liebeslieder Waltzes.

Apr
13
Apr 15

Arvo Pärt: Passio

  • Miami FL

Ensemble alto with Seraphic Fire.

PATRICK DUPRÉ QUIGLEY, CONDUCTOR

The Telegraph calls Pärt’s minimalist masterwork one of the 10 best classical music pieces for Easter. Filtering medieval sounds through an Eastern Orthodox aesthetic, this powerful setting concludes Seraphic Fire’s innovative Parables of Passion series.


Jun
9
7:30 pm19:30

5th Annual Handel Aria Competition

  • Mills concert hall

The 5th Annual Handel Aria Competition will be held on Friday, June 9, 2017 at 7:30 pm in Mills Concert Hall  of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Mead Witter School of Music, 455 N Park Street. Finalists will be accompanied by the Madison Bach Musicians under the direction of Trevor Stephenson. 

May
12
May 14

Consortium Carissimi

  • St. Paul, MN

Monteverdi Vespers with Consortium Carissimi under the direction of Kathy Romey

Apr
14
7:30 pm19:30

Ensemble Alto with Seraphic Fire

  • All Saints Episcopal Fort Lauderdale FL

J.S. BACH: THE EASTER ORATORIO

World premiere compositions by Abbie Betinis and James Kallembach

Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor

As Kantor of Thomas Church in Leipzig, Bach wrote countless cantatas for each week of the Church’s calendar. For this Holy Week, Seraphic Fire pays tribute to Bach with his exuberant and moving masterpiece, the Easter Oratorio.

Apr
13
7:30 pm19:30

Ensemble Alto with Seraphic Fire

  • First United Methodist Coral Gables FL

J.S. BACH: THE EASTER ORATORIO

World premiere compositions by Abbie Betinis and James Kallembach

Patrick Dupré Quigley, conductor

As Kantor of Thomas Church in Leipzig, Bach wrote countless cantatas for each week of the Church’s calendar. For this Holy Week, Seraphic Fire pays tribute to Bach with his exuberant and moving masterpiece, the Easter Oratorio.

Apr
6
7:30 pm19:30

Schubert Club Live at the Museum

  • Landmark Center

Sing, Poet! American Songs of Celius Dougherty
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 7:30pm
Featuring: Mark Bilyeu, piano; Clara Osowski, mezzo-soprano; and other Source Song Festival Musicians
Join the Artistic Directors of the Source Song Festival, Mark Bilyeu and Clara Osowski as they offer the second of three evenings dedicated to the music of locally born and internationally recognized Celius Dougherty. The evening will be rich with multi-media interviews, recordings, manuscripts, and letters from both the University of Minnesota and the Schubert Club collections.

Ensemble alto with Rose Ensemble
Mar
18
Mar 26

Ensemble alto with Rose Ensemble

Several performances of this program in Sioux Falls, Benson and the twin cities.

Contemplative French Baroque Music in Minnesota's Architectural Gems

March 23 - 26, 2017

with special guest lecturer Prof. Alan Lathrop

PEACE FOR THE SOUL

In 17th and 18th century France, theatres and opera houses closed during the 40 days of Lent. The composers of the time, rather than taking a break, turned their attention to church music, allowing professional singers to share their talents with the faithful. Performing in architectural masterpieces created by Emmanuel Masqueray (1861-1917), we honor the craft of one of Minnesota’s great artists with sublime works by Charpentier, Couperin, Bournonville, and DuMont.

Join us before each performance for a special talk presented by Professor Alan Lathrop (University of Minnesota) to learn about the unique history and architecture of the concert venue.

Feb
28
Mar 4

Das Lied Competition

  • Heidelberg Germany

Competing in Heidelberg, Germany with pianist Dr. Tyler Wottrich.

Dec
14
7:30 pm19:30

Bach's Magnificat

  • St. Patricks Catholic Church

Alto soloist and ensemble member at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Edina, Minnesota.

Dec
10
Dec 18

A Rose in Winter

Ensemble alto with the Rose Ensemble in several locations in Milwaukee and the Twin Cities.

 

 

Nov
20
4:00 pm16:00

Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra

  • St. Philip the Deacon Lutheran Church

Performing the chamber orchestra version of Dominick Argento's song cycle for mezzo and baritone, A few words about Chekhov with Jake Endres, baritone, under the direction of William Schrickel.