South Carolina Philharmonic: Reimagining Vivaldi + Anderson University Concert Choir

nakahara morihikoThis edition of Carolina Live features both outstanding symphonic music and excellent choral offerings from the Palmetto State.  The South Carolina Philharmonic has a concert titled Reimagining Vivaldi, which features that composer’s The Four Seasons Recomposed, then you’ll hear music from Richard Strauss’ Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, inspired by his admiration of Jean Baptiste Lully.  The choral component of the program comes from the Choral Department of Anderson University, featuring a compilation of performances from the school’s Concert Choir and Chamber Singers.  Among the composers represented are Morten Lauridsen and Eric Whitaker.

Morihiko Nakahara, conductor

Vivaldi-Richter: The Four Seasons Recomposed
Mary Lee Taylor Kinosian, violin

R. Strauss: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme

 

Anderson University Concert Choir: Choral Compilation

Richard A. Williamson, director

Gjeilo: Prelude

Lauridsen: O Magnum Mysterium

Orlando di Lasso: “Surgens Jesus”

Dello Joio: “My City” from Songs of Memory by Norman

Nino Velarde: “Piedro Negra Sobre Una Piedra Blanca”

Cohen: Night Cadence

Trotta: Veni, Veni Emmanuel

Whitaker: Lux Aurumque

Moses Hagan: “Ride On, King Jesus”