Listen to beautiful choral music from Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen.
Enjoy his albums.
Infinity (2018) – 12 songs, 1 hr 6 min
Magnificat – Live fra Haderslev Domkirke (2017) – 7 songs, 41 min
Here are some videos.
Cradle Hymn – performed by Nidaros Cathedral Girls´ Choir on Christmas in Norway with the St. Olaf Choir (2013) – 5 min 31 sec
Flight Song – performed by St. Olaf Choir for their Spring Concert (2015) – 3 min 56 sec
Magnificat 4. Et misericordia – recorded at the Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway (2015) – 5 min 36 sec
His Light in Us – performed by St. Olaf Choir on St. Olaf Christmas (2016) – 5 min 52 sec
Even When He Is Silent – performed by St. Olaf Choir at Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Norway (2013) – 6 min 23 sec
Making or Breaking – 4 min 43 sec
Holy Spirit Mass, Mvt 4 – Blessed – performed by National Lutheran Choir at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington DC (2017) – 8 min 11 sec
Dormi Jesu – performed by National Lutheran Choir at Basilica of Saint Mary, Minneapolis MN (2016) – 5 min 9 sec
O Sacrum Convivium – performed by Mogens Dahl Chamber Choir, Chuch of Holmen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2016) – 7 min 26 sec
Sing the Earth (World Premier)– performed by Southwestern University Singers and Festival Mass Choir during Southwestern Music Festival at Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas (2018) – 6 min 7 sec
Requiem (First Italian Execution) – performed by Brescia Philharmonic Choir for Concert in Memory of the Fallen of Piazza Loggia at Church Santa Maria del Carmine – Brescia (2016) – 48 min 59 sec
These are links to his website, social media, general information, and music stores.
Photo credit: InfinityAmazon (album cover).
Listen to the Conspirare Christmas concert with Austin singer-songwriter Carrie Rodriguez as special guest that was recorded live on Dec 10 at 7:30 pm CST from the Tobin Center in San Antonio, Texas.
It was streamed on their YouTube channel at Conspirare Christmas, but it is still available so you can watch it whenever you have time to enjoy it. Sometimes it’s not easy to catch these live events, especially during this busy time of the year. Please see the Conspirare website for more information. A PDF version of the printed program is available here.
Conspirare is a Grammy® award-winning choral ensemble that creates exceptional concert experiences and world-class recordings under the incomparable direction of Craig Hella Johnson. A repertoire as diverse as our talent showcases our artists’ rigorous classical training while expressing the voices of distinctive composers from Bach to Barber, Handel to Kyr, Lassus to Lang. Inspired by the power of music to transform lives, Conspirare performances are musical magic.
If you have never experienced listening to Conspirare, they are absolutely wonderful! Truly amazing. This is your opportunity to hear them live. If you have a smart TV, Apple TV, or Roku, you can enjoy the event on a large screen and high-quality speakers.
They were excited to share this program with friends around the world. Please invite your friends and family to watch too!
Christmas 2017 – Tobin Center in San Antonio, Texas (Dec 10, 2017) – 1 hr 55 min
Enjoy their Christmas albums recorded live at The Carillon in Austin, Texas..
Beautiful City – Christmas 2016 – 28 songs, 1 hr 11 min
Singing Heart – Christmas 2015 – 29 songs, 1 hr 12 min
Unclouded Day – Christmas 2013 – 32 songs, 1 hr 17 min
One Voice – Christmas 2012 – 27 songs, 1 hr, 13 min
Love Again – Christmas 2007 – 29 songs, 1 hr, 18 min
Listen to more of his music at my Conspirare post with additional albums, videos, and links. This new album has been included there as well along with an updated playlist.
Photo credit: Beautiful City – Christmas 2016 @ Amazon (album cover)
Listen to pop vocal Christmas music by the Carpenters.
Christmas Portrait (Special Edition) (1978) – 21 songs, 1 hr 9 min
Photo credit: Christmas Portrait @ Amazon (album cover)
Listen to pop vocal Christmas music by Jackie Evancho on her new album Someday at Christmas. She wowed everyone with your appearance on the fifth season of America’s Got Talent on NBC TV in 2010 when she was only 10 years old, although she finished in second place (now she’s just 16!).
Someday at Christmas (2016) – 12 songs, 45 min
Here is another earlier Christmas album.
Heavenly Christmas (2012) – 10 songs, 37 min
More music by Jackie Evancho: albums, videos, and links.