The Red Priest of Venice

The Red Priest of Venice

Mar 25, 2017 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM

St. Francis United Methodist Church

2965 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, North Carolina 27518

The Concert Singers of Cary Symphonic & Chamber Choirs with the Mallarmé Chamber Players and guest conductor Dr. Nathan Leaf.


Kathryn Mueller, soprano
Jennifer Seiger, mezzo-soprano
Aaron Carlyle, tenor
Wes Everett, baritone

Martha Perry, Leah Peroutka, Matvey Lapin, Allison Willet violin
Joey O’Donnell, Suzanne Rousso viola
Chris Nunnally, Stephanie Vial cello
Robbie Link violone
Will Thauer, Alicia Chapman oboe
Patrick Daugherty trumpet
Jennifer Streeter harpsichord

Hor Che Apollo (Barbara Strozzi, 1619-1664)
O Caeli Cives (Chiara Margarita Cozzolani, 1602-1678)
Gli Amanti Falliti (Barbara Strozzi, 1619-1664)
L’amante Modesto (Barbara Strozzi, 1619-1664)
Magnificat (Isabella Leonarda, 1620-1704)
Dixit Dominus (Antonio Vivaldi)

Composer Antonio Vivaldi was initially ordained as a priest, and known locally as “the Red Priest” because of his red hair.  His clergy career was short-lived, as Vivaldi followed his passion for music and become one of the greatest Baroque composers.
Vivaldi’s Dixit Dominus is a setting of Psalm 109 that celebrates the promised triumph of good over evil. It rivals Vivaldi’s much-loved Gloria for exuberance and splendor.

Adults – $25
Seniors – $23
All Students- FREE with ID

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