In its two-decade history,
Seraphic Fire has become a staple of the local and national arts community. Lauded by Gramophone for its “mellifluous, crystalline artistry,” and called “one of the best excuses for living in Miami” by el Nuevo Herald, Seraphic Fire has gained an international reputation for dynamic, cutting-edge, and historically informed programming that encompasses both secular and sacred literature.
The ensemble’s roster is populated by performers, teachers, and scholars who represent the best of the American school of vocal and instrumental training. Seraphic Fire is led by its founder, Patrick Dupre Quigley.
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Seraphic Fire performs Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Ave Verum Corpus. Hear the magnificent work brought to life by dynamic performers.
Within a serene candle-lit setting, the hustle and bustle of the holiday season will quiet and the a capella voices of Seraphic Fire will fill the room with musical peace and joy.
Guest conductor Jason Max Ferdinand leads a program that sees contemporary composers breathing new life into traditional melodies and texts.
Seraphic Fire sings two of Bach’s haunting cantatas on death, and Reginald Mobley is featured in the solo alto cantata Vergnügte Ruh in this musical evening of inspiration and reflection.
Chamber orchestra and students from the UCLA Ensemble Artist Program join Seraphic Fire singers to perform two of Bach’s great works in a burst of sonic glory in this arresting program.
Guest conductor María Guinand joins Seraphic Fire to weave a program that contrasts the heavenly love of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Jesu, meine Freude with secular, Spanish-language Renaissance and contemporary works.
Through 6 mission-driven initiatives, Seraphic Fire offers educational programming for students of all ages.
The Board of Seraphic Fire announced today that Rhett M. Del Campo has shared his decision to depart the organization, effective January 31, 2023, after serving as the organization’s Executive Director for 8 1/2 successful years.
From Seraphic Fire's most recent live season comes Johann Sebastian Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, streaming now in the Digital Library for all subscribers.
From Seraphic Fire's most recent live season comes If Music Be the Food of Love: A Valentine’s Day Concert, streaming now in the Digital Library for all subscribers.
From Seraphic Fire's most recent live season comes Immortal Genius: Pergolesi's Stabat Mater, streaming now in the Digital Library for all subscribers.