Seraphic Fire celebrates its 20th anniversary with a season of extraordinary artistry. There is something for everyone included in our concert programs in South Florida and beyond.
Two first-time guest conductors will join the ensemble in January and March. Jason Max Ferdinand, of the Jason Max Ferdinand Singers, will lead a concert of American folk songs and spirituals.
In March, internationally-renowned Venezuelan conductor Maria Guinand joins Seraphic Fire for a program that contrasts Bach’s Jesu, meine Freude with sacred and secular Spanish-language music. This season will also see Seraphic Fire collaborating with other world-class ensembles through partnerships with Miami’s New World Symphony and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.
February will feature the third annual Enlightenment Festival, bringing to you what Seraphic Fire does best: Bach, featuring two of the composer’s greatest oratorios. We will end the anniversary season with Artistic Director Patrick Dupre Quigley leading a 40-voice ensemble in several new commissions as well as Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium.
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We hope you will join us to celebrate the accomplishments of the past 20 years and to anticipate the next 20!