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Announcing: The Seraphic Fire Digital Library

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Aug 24, 2022

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Rebecca Ashton
Marketing Manager
Rebecca@SeraphicFire.org | 305.692.0201

ANNOUNCING: THE SERAPHIC FIRE DIGITAL LIBRARY
 

MIAMI – Seraphic Fire is excited to announce, today, the launch of its new Digital Library, a streaming platform that will offer monthly and yearly subscriptions, one-time concert rentals, and a 7-day free trial. This will provide unprecedented, on-demand access to video and audio recordings of Seraphic Fire productions and live performances, Pre-Concert Conversations, and extras, allowing audiences to experience the music of Seraphic Fire from the comfort of their homes.

To kick off the launch of this momentous addition to Seraphic Fire’s offerings, the entirety of the innovative Season S is available for streaming. In response to the pandemic, Season S featured remotely recorded choral works combined with poetry and visuals for a stunning virtual concert experience. Originally priced at $20 per concert, full-length concerts and excerpted works are now available with a monthly or yearly subscription to the Digital Library.

The content will not stop there. Seraphic Fire will continue adding to and refreshing the Digital Library content on a monthly basis. In the lead-up to its landmark 20th Anniversary Season on November 3rd alone, several additional full-length concerts from the 2021-22 Season will be added to the platform. As the platform gains traction, Seraphic Fire plans to add content that has never before been available to the public, including interviews with artists, guest conductors, and artistic leadership.

Users can try out the service, risk-free, with a 7-day free trial. Subscriptions are available at $5 monthly or $50 yearly with select one-time video rentals available to non-subscribers for $4 per video.

The Seraphic Fire Digital Library can be accessed here.

Digital media projects are made possible by a generous donation from David L. Webb and W. Lynn McLaughlin.