Grammy-Nominated “Seraphic Fire Christmas” to Be Performed Dec. 5 in St. J.
Hall, The Oratorio Society of New York, Yale Schola Cantorum, the Handel and Haydn Society, New York’s world-renowned Choir of Men and Boys at St. Thomas 5th Avenue Church and many more. Their collaborations run the gamut, from performances under the batons of Nic McGeegan, Michael Tilson Thomas, Julian Wachner, Leonard Slatkin, Masaaki Suzulki, and Helmuth Rilling to performances with Steve Reich and the legendary hip-hop neo-soul band, The Roots.
Critical praise for the ensemble’s singers describe them, individually, as “brilliant, agile and “angelic” (San Diego Story), with “warm tone and ringing top notes” (Salt Lake Tribune), “soaring diamantine high notes” (Opera News), and “luminosity and grace” (New York Times). NPR’s Morning Edition has commented on the entire ensemble’s “A Seraphic Fire Christmas,” saying, “the singing is just fabulous.”
Vermont Public Radio will be making a recording of Seraphic Fire while they are in St. Johnsbury—for a special holiday broadcast later in December.
Tickets for the December 5th Seraphic Fire concert are available at the door, at the Catamount Box Office or by calling 888-757-5559. Online sales are available at KingdomCounty.org. Discounts are available for seniors and students.
Call us at The Stanstead Journal for a Chance to win a pair of tickets to “A Seraphic Fire Christmas”. 819-876-7514 or 1-800-567-1259. First 2 callers will win a 2 tickets each. Winners will pick up their tickets at the door on arrival of the show.
The Seraphic Fire performance in St. Johnsbury on December 5th will be recorded and later broadcast on Vermont Public Radio.