Vivaldi’s Gloria

Rejoice in one of sacred music’s most uplifting choral works: Vivaldi’s Gloria. Originally written as a joyful hymn of praise and worship for a choir of women, Gloria became, over time, a masterpiece unrivaled in joviality and elegance. Under the direction of Mathias Maute and David Shemer, the talented Ensemble Caprice, the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra, and the women’s choir of Ensemble ArtChoral will bring vitality and panache to some of Vivaldi’s most majestic works.

Ensemble Caprice 
Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra
Ensemble ArtChoral
Matthias Maute, conductor
David Shemer, conductor
Keren Motseri, soprano
Janelle Lucy, soprano
Marie-Andrée Mathieu, mezzo-soprano

In exitu Israel (Salmo 113), RV 604
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (Salmo 116), RV 606
Concerto grosso, RV 565
Motet Infurore giustissmae irae, RV 626
Magnificat, RV 610
Concerto, RV566
Gloria, RV 589

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Sunday, October 15, 2023 at 2:00pm

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