Greg Funfgeld’s extended interview with the erudite David Osenberg is up now at WWFM’s website. The two talk about the history of the choir, program design, our last concert, and listen to some recordings of the choir. Definitely an enjoyable hour – give it a listen!
Around 9:30 this evening, The Choir completed an intense three days of recording (after an equally-intense three days of rehearsing and performing over the weekend). A great deal of care went into the recording of the Spring Concert repertoire, with several takes of each piece to facilitate smooth editing for our next CD. For singers,… Continue Reading »
We had a very successful recording session this evening, having completed the Chichester Psalms and the middle section of Singet dem herrn. The Choir has had the privilege of working with some wonderful recording engineers and producers, including Craig Dory for our recordings on the Dorian label, George Blood for Christmas in Bethlehem 4 and… Continue Reading »
It’s been a whirlwind of a weekend for The Choir, and the 2011 Spring Concerts are now doubtless treasured memories for all involved. We had large audiences and rewarding performances in both Harrisburg and Bethlehem, and it was a delight to share this program with so many. Particular kudos to Greg Funfgeld for his passionate… Continue Reading »
We’ve received a great deal of press in advance of Saturday’s concert in Harrisburg, and Sunday’s concert, here in Bethlehem. Greg Funfgeld was interviewed for a broadcast on WVIA yesterday. I gave an interview on WDIY this morning and we listened to Bach, Britten and all of the Chichester Psalms (thanks to Waldemar Vinovskis for… Continue Reading »