Fresno, CA events
Soli Deo Gloria, "A Salute to Spring"
May 6, 2012 7:00 PM (Sunday)
University Presbyterian Church 93710
Soli Deo Gloria splashes into spring in its 4th season with “A Salute to Spring” Sunday, May 6 at 7 pm at University Presbyterian Church (1776 E. Roberts, Fresno 93710). One centerpiece of the concert is Benjamin Britten’s “Missa Brevis in D” with organ written in 1959 for the boys of Westminster Cathedral Choir of England. In addition, the concert features Francis Poulenc’s “Petites Voix”, a charming collection of a cappella songs about children, a duet by Bach “Wir Eilen Mit Schwachen, doch emsigen Schritten” and “Set Me As a Seal” accompanied by French Hornist and SDG singer Elisha Wilson. Additional music includes “Salut Printemps” (Salute to Spring) by Claude Debussy, “Alleluia” by Randall Thompson, and Daniel Gawthrop’s “Sing Me to Heaven” with his trademark close, rich harmonies. SDG explores the humorous side of culinary art with the romping Canadian folksong “Punching the Dough” and a witty American song “The Stove” then an explosion of rhythmic energy in “Instruments of Praise” and the driving excitement of the spiritual “Ain’t No Grave Can Hold My Body Down”. Guest artists on the program are the Fresno brass quintet TROMBA MUSICA.
Payment required - $15 and $10
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