- Rolling Stones concert #1, check... Now back to Month of Moderns for a few days! Santa Ratniece, Chris Jonas, and... t.co/TadGpcPfx2
- @gjackson3 yep & for MOM2 we are doing Song (I gaze upon you). We will also perform them both again at MOM3 when you are here. :-)
- Santa Ratniece's pieces are pretty amazing... Check out The Inquirer review, and don't miss the next installment... t.co/2IlniZxIZg
- First night rehearsing in the Crane Arts Icebox. Stop reading this post now and immediately purchase your Month... t.co/s1DFiSRd3E
- Wednesday @ 8 - The Crossing Presents: Chris Jonas & his Jazz Quartet Sun Spits Cherries. Only $10! t.co/l67M2EWP6p
Born of an international broadcast for Public Radio International, and inspired by a commissioned premiere on a familiar Christmas tune, Christmas Daybreak captures the honest clarity and thoughtful artistry of The Crossing. In the world premiere recording of James MacMillan's dramatic motet "Alpha and Omega," the choir soars and celebrates, while in the contemplative works of Andrew Gant, Edwin Fissinger, and Gabriel Jackson (featured on four tracks) the hallmark warmth and care of their singing is heard. Premiere recordings of two works featuring beloved tunes in creative contemporary arrangements center this collection: Benjamin C.S. Boyle's The Carols for Wintertide (featuring Lo, how a rose) and Zachary Wadsworth's Gabriel's Message (on the familiar Basque tune) - both feature Scott Dettra at the colorful organ of St. Paul's Church, Chestnut Hill, whose choir joins The Crossing for Wadsorth's new opus. Rounding out this 21st-century perspective on Christmas are settings by Kerry Andrew, Jonathan Varcoe, and the title work - a simple, introspective setting of a Christina Rossetti poem by Robert Convery.