Sunday, April 16 - 4:00 PM
Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
21 Normandy Heights Road,
Morristown, New Jersey
Pianist Lynn Czae, soprano Seunghee Cha, and guitarist Stanley Alexandrowicz, Internationally renowned artists of The New York Classical Music Society,
join The Baroque Orchestra of New
Jersey for a special concert.
Everybody knows Vivaldi for his
exciting orchestra music, most famously The Four Seasons, and
other concertos. But Vivaldi probably composed more and was more noted for his vocal music in his
Almost as famous as his concertos
are his two great sacred choral works: Gloria and Magnificat.
However, in addition to much more
sacred music, he also composed 51 operas as well as many oratorios and
Our April 16 concert will feature
two of Vivaldi's arias.
Sento in seno is from the opera Giustino.
The character sings of sadness and the rain of tears, but tries to
convince the heart not to cry, because crying doesn't stop the pain.
O qui coeli terraeque serenitas is a sacred motet. It sings of
finding calm feelings in Heaven and on earth. The
"sighs" of the text can be heard in the sighing motives in the orchestra.
Join us on April 16 as soprano
Seunghee Cha performs these VIvaldi arias.
Lynn Czae, Seunghee Cha, and Maestro
Butts together performed a special NYCMS concert at The American
Church in Paris in June 2022.
Seating for this concert will be
limited so you can enjoy the music in the most intimate and personal way - like a private
All tickets = $30.
Thanks to NYCMS President and
pianist Lynn Czae, the collaboration will serve as a small fundraising
event for the orchestra.
Included will be music by Mozart,
Vivaldi, Boyce, Handel and others.
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