LA Choir Festival featuring THE PROMISE OF LIGHT

April 5, 2008

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you’re aware of the fact that I also write choral music. Perhaps you recall the blog entry from about a year ago where I talked about my newly published piece, “The Promise Of Light,” which I wrote with lyricist Len Schiff.

Well, the music director of the LA Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, chose that very piece as part of the repertoire for the 19th Annual High School Choir Festival, and the NINE HUNDRED VOICE CHOIR will be performing the piece at Disney Hall in two weeks. Here’s the info for the Friday, April 18th concert, and here’s what’s on the program.

The Promise of Light, Georgia Stitt
Cantique de Jean Racine, Gabriel Fauré
Liber Tango, Astor Piazolla, arr. Oscar Escalda
Gloria: Quoniam tu solus Sanctus, Antonio Vivaldi
Gloria: Cum Sancto Spiritu, Antonio Vivaldi
Witness, Jack Halloran

I mean, COME ON.

If you’re in any way involved in the event, write and let me know how it’s going. I think this is very exciting.

2 thoughts on “LA Choir Festival featuring THE PROMISE OF LIGHT”

  1. Anonymous on said:

    holy crap!!! that’s fantastic!!!!!
    I am thrilled for you!

    Love, Ariane

  2. Anonymous on said:

    Hello! My name is Jenny and I am one of the high school students involved in the festival. I thought the piece was absolutely beautiful and so I went and asked my mom about it. And she goes; “WAIT? THAT’S YOU GUYS? YOU KNOW THAT’S THE COMPOSER I’M IN LOVE WITH? MARRIED TO JASON ROBERT BROWN?”

    And all I said was; “wow…their daughter is going to be talented.”

    Hahahh. Anyway, I think The Promise Of Light is fantastic, and I hope you make it out to the concert tomorrow!

    Jenny

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