TOS features Haydn’s dynamic “Dixit Dominus” to open its concert season. This high-spirited piece features 5 professional soloists and orchestra. The concert concludes with Morten Lauridsen’s “Lux Aeterna”, an introspective, lush arrangement of Latin texts exploring the modern composer’s study of light.
The Tampa Oratorio Singers present a concert performance of Antonin Dvoràk’s somber and glorious Stabat Mater, a beautiful and moving piece of choral literature exploring a musical journey from grief to spiritual healing, concluding with hope. The Stabat Mater is one of the few sacred works composed by Dvorak. The concert will feature professional soloists […]
Experience music reflecting on sorrow, grief, perseverance and renewal with Faure’s Requiem Mass on a program radiating warmth and optimism. Featuring a new commission and world premiere of Haitian-American composer Sydney Guillaume’s “This, Too, Shall Pass”. Conducted by Brett Karlin with Ryan Hebert, organ, and Rodney Shores, piano. Sunday, April 3, 2022 at 2:00 pm Venue: Sykes Chapel, University of […]
Celebrating the rich history of vocal music in the United States On-Demand viewing begins on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 7:00 PM for 30 days From the musical roots of spirituals and folk songs, to the quintessential American sound of Copland and Barber, to iconic classics of the American Songbook by Gershwin and Cole Porter, join The Master […]