Bi-Co Arts Professors Release CD and Video
Assistant Professor of Music Nathan Zullinger and Emeritus Professor of Music Curt Cacioppo along with the Viva Voce Chamber Singers have released Cacioppo’s WOMEN OF ANCIENT GREEK MYTH on a new Albany Records CD (TROY1822).
The work, a cycle of 7 motets on new poems by Luigi Cerantola, was premiered on the “VIVA VOCE!” concert presented last January in Haverford’s Marshall Auditorium. A trailer for the release may be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oOODJl2J4A. The disc is available from Amazon and Albany Records directly, and digitally on Spotify. A full-length video realization with artwork by Alessio Mancino may be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD8BGl9ORm0.
“Marvelous choir, marvelous choral performance . . . a very difficult score that the chorus and conductor mastered! No soloist ever sounded like this was ‘difficult,’ nor did the choir! The music is just tremendous.”
—Jameson Marvin, Director of Choral Activities Emeritus, Harvard University
"My God, this is certainly stunning, moving music."
—Harold Rosenbaum, Founder & Conductor of The New York Virtuoso Singers, author of A Practical Guide to Choral Conducting (Routledge)
"The excellent Viva Voce Chamber Singers led by Nathan Zullinger exhibit pinpoint rhythmic precision, pure tone, and accurate intonation throughout."
—Henry Fogel, Fanfare Magazine
“The Viva Voce Chamber Singers [manage] atmosphere as well as accuracy; no mean feat and a testament to the skills of conductor Nathan Zullinger, who clearly has as fine an ear as he does communicative skills.”
—Colin Clarke, Fanfare Magazine