Seraphic Fire Announces 2024/25 Season

Seraphic Fire Announces 2024/25 Season

Seraphic Fire's ambitious and daring 22nd season features seven programs that pair beloved classics with unknown gems of Western music's major eras. Experience the modern world premiere of O, Virgo, cui salutem by Marianna Martines (student of Haydn and Porpora, duet partner of Mozart), delve deeply into the incredible contributions of contemporary Jewish composers, hear the works of Clara and Robert Schumann side by side, and journey to the Spanish court of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, where he assembled the Capilla Flamenca: the most famous choir of the Renaissance. 

The season opens with a 75-minute program that traverses the entirety of Western music history—from the monks of the 9th century to today—including Gregorio Allegri's famous Miserere. And, of course, we'll see the annual return of our GRAMMY-nominated, Billboard-chart-topping Seraphic Fire Christmas, hosted by one of your favorite guest conductors, Anthony Trecek-King.

Enhance your Music History 101 experience with the contributions of America's leading musicologists joining us for online lectures, insightful magazine articles, entertaining program notes, and the return of the Seraphic Saturday Podcast. 

Seraphic Fire brings you the fun and enlightening music appreciation course you wish you had taken. Throughout the 2024-2025 Season, learn more about the pivotal artistic movements in Western classical music history.

A Brief History of Western Music, Oct 10-13

Patrick Dupre Quigley, conductor | Honey Meconi

Contemporary: Jewish Voices, Nov 7-10

James K. Bass, conductor | Mark Klingman

A Seraphic Fire Christmas, Dec 7-15

Anthony Trecek-King, conductor

Renaissance: The Capilla Flamenca, Jan 16-19

Amanda Quist, conductor | Honey Meconi

Romantic: Schumann & Mendelssohn, Feb 27-March 2

James K. Bass, conductor | Andrew H. Weaver

Classical: Martines, Mozart & Haydn, March 6-9

Patrick Dupre Quigley, conductor | Rebecca Cypress

Baroque: Angels Behind the Walls, April 10-13

Patrick Dupre Quigley, conductor | Craig A. Monson

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