Friday • Oct 27 • 7:00 PM
The sounds of newness – a new song, a new day, a new season, a new journey. Featuring Bach’s Cantata 140 (Sleepers, Wake!) with soloists and chamber orchestra, and a tapestry of works by Lauridsen, Franck, Monteverdi, Paulus, Jenkins, and more. A rich and joyful event!
First Presbyterian Church
2050 Oak Street –Sarasota, FL
All tickets are general seating
Under age 18 admitted free
College students free with ID card
Blocks of 10 or more $25 per ticket
There’s something exciting about newness – a fresh start, untapped possibilities, a blank canvas for the imagination. Artistic Director Steven Phillips has chosen a rich slate of works that burst with a sense of newness.
Cantate Domino (Sing a New Song to the Lord) – a delicious Renaissance setting by Claudio Monteverdi.
Reveille – a tone painting by modern Russian composer Georgy Sviridov.
Cantata 140 (Sleepers, Wake!) – a beloved work from Bach’s most mature and masterful period.
Cantate Domino (Sing a New Song to the Lord) – the organic sound of Karl Jenkins, with hand percussion.
Two Settings of Robert Frost
The Pasture – a haunting invitation to explore, by Z. Randall Stroope.
The Road Not Taken – wistfully set by Randall Thompson.
Dirait-on – the tone poem by Morton Lauridsen that has become a modern classic.
Psalm 150 – calling all instruments to praise, by Romantic genius Cesar Franck.
The Road Home – the sweetest imaginable concert closer, by Stephen Paulus.
The concert is accompanied by chamber orchestra, with Marcus Ratzenboeck, concertmaster of The Venice Orchestra.
Jesse V. Martin