Seraphim Revisted

Starting in the fall of 2020, when we were unable to sing in person, members of Seraphim chose some of our most memorable pieces for a series of short virtual concerts, also featuring conversations with composers and musicians.

Enjoy the concerts of our “Seraphim Revisited” project anytime!

Sept 25: Sacred Places

Eric Sawyer, Sacred Places
Tomás Luis de Victoria, O Magnum mysterium
Graham Ramsay, Psalm 23
Christina Whitten Thomas, My Cathedral


Oct 9: Doubling Up: Early music pieces for double choir

Heinrich Schütz, Jauchzet dem Herrn
Sulpitia Ludovica Cesis, Cantemus Domino
Johann Sebastian Bach, Singet dem Herrn


Oct 30: Women Who Spoke Up: Strong voices as we approach Election Day

Richard Clarke, Woman of No Distinction
Shruthi Rajasekar, Nevertheless


Nov 20: Musical Consolations: Music that moves us forward after loss

Shruthi Rajasekar: Do not Stand at My Grave and Weep
Tom Vignieri, There Will Come Soft Rains
Edie Hill, We Bloomed in Spring


Dec 17: A Seraphim Christmas

James Woodman, The Midwife’s Tale
William Cutter, Little Lamb
Javier Busto, Ave Maria


New: Ladies Only: Marian pieces for women’s voices

Francis Poulenc, Ave Verum; Litanies à la Vierge noire
Maurice Duruflé, Tota pulchra es Maria