Eric Banks and The Esoterics in Seattle brought so much artistry to their premiere of We Were Once Strangers in December! This piece for mixed chorus a cappella uses paraphrases of Biblical quotes and a verse in Hebrew to comment on the treatment of immigrants on our borders. Listen to the recording here!
You can visit the Choral SATB page on the Sheet Music Store to watch performances of Hariyu and Oseh Shalom! Hariyu was performed by Boston’s Triad: Choral Collective in 2015, conducted by Karl Henning. Read Henning’s Blog Post about the piece for more context. Elisabeth Cherland conducted Oseh Shalom with the University of Washington Chorale […]
Three choral arrangements of Sephardic music are now available in the sheet music store! Entitled “Lavaba la Blanka Ninya,” “Esta Noche de Purim,” and “Las Kazas de la Boda,” they form the core of my dissertation work at the University of Washington. These arrangements cover different genres, geographical regions, and musical characteristics of Sephardic music, […]
Two new recordings added! Oseh Shalom is now available in both SATB and TBB voicings in the sheet music store, and By the Waters of Babylon is available for the first time! Both were featured in a recent performance at the University of Washington. If you like choral pieces with violin or cello parts, give […]