SEVENTEEN VOYCES present CARISSIMI'S 'JEPTHA'
Seventeen Voyces will bring Giacomo Carissimi’ s ‘Oratorio’ Jeptha to life under the direction of Kevin Reeves. Jeptha’ was considered Carissimi’s his finest work, his finest ‘oratorio’ — for its ‘capacity to move the minds of its listeners’. Works by two of his Baroque contemporaries will complete the program — Claudio Monteverdi’s Magnificat for 6 Voices and Antonio Caldara’s Magnificat for 16 voices.
Joining Seventeen Voyces to present Jeptha are two former members of Seventeen Voyces, soprano Bronwyn Thies -Thompson from Montreal and tenor Dillion Parmer from Ottawa as well as from the Ottawa Baroque Consort cellist Olivier Henchiri and harpsichordist and organist Marie Bouchard.
If you enjoy a good story and beautiful music join Ottawa’s premier chamber choir, Seventeen Voyces on Friday February 28 at St. Matthew’s Anglican Church in the Glebe (160 Glebe Avenue). Tickets at www.seventeenvoyces.ca Adults $30 Students $20
130 Glebe Avenue , Ottawa