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Adoring – and Adorning – the Earth: Kantorei preview

A preview by Marc Shulgold In nature, everything turns to the good That has oppressed one’s heart. Those words are taken from a charming song by Mendelssohn that’s included in Kantorei’s upcoming concerts, words that nicely reflect the title of these programs – “The Earth Adorned.”  Sounds like a warm, easy-going, feel-good tribute to Nature, bubbling […]

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“Eternity” explores the riches of choral and orchestral music

Musica Sacra casual - David Rutherford

A review by Ruth L. Carver March 21-22, 2014, the Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra joined with choral group Kantorei for a delightfully programmed evening entitled “Eternity.” Continuing its exploration of themes related to time, the MSCO consistently mixes familiar and obscure works, new and old, in a relaxed atmosphere. Conductor David Rutherford brings a friendly […]

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A Superb and Exciting Program by Kantorei

A Review by Robin McNeil Friday evening, December 13, I attended a performance given by the choral group Kantorei at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver. Kantorei was formed in 1997 by Richard Larson, and it has rapidly developed into a choir of great merit that has gone on European tours. Richard Larson, after sixteen years […]

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