Winston-Salem's "Creation"

creation-100Haydn's masterpiece The Creation from Winston-Salem, on this edition of Carolina Live. The combined forces of soloists, the Winston-Salem Symphony, the Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale and the Winston-Salem State University Choir, are led by Donald Neuen, a former teacher of conductor Robert Moody. Plus a Moravian setting of Psalm 103 by composer David Moritz Michael.
Listen to the entire program: Winston-Salem's "Creation"  (coming soon)

Billboard and Introduction to The Creation - Lauren Rico

Franz Joseph Haydn: The Creation Part One

Kendra Colton, soprano; John McVeigh, tenor; Laurence Albert, bass
Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale; Winston-Salem State University Choir
Winston-Salem Symphony

Donald Neuen, guest conductor


Introduction to conclusion of The Creation - Lauren Rico

Franz Joseph Haydn: The Creation Parts Two and Three

Kendra Colton, soprano; John McVeigh, tenor; Laurence Albert, bass
Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale; Winston-Salem State University Choir
Winston-Salem Symphony

Donald Neuen, guest conductor


Introduction to David Moritz Michael's "Psalm 103" - Lauren Rico

David Moritz Michael: Psalm 103
Emily Newton, soprano; James Albritten, tenor; Troy Cook, baritone
Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale
Winston-Salem Symphony
Robert Moody, conductor

 


Introduction to Duruflé - Lauren Rico

Maurice Duruflé: In Paradisum from Requiem
Winston-Salem Symphony Chorale
Members of the Winston-Salem Symphony
Carole Ott, conductor

End of the show - Lauren Rico