Spoleto Festival USA 2013: Intermezzi & Westminster Choir

cl-130906-300This program features performances from two separate concerts, both performed at the Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul, one of fourteen different venues used during the 2013 festival. The first is from the Intermezzi series of concerts and features the Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra with conductor Aik Kai Pung in a program of Ives, Copland and Stravinsky. The second features the festival’s long-time resident chorus, the Westminster Choir under the direction of Joe Miller, performing a program ranging from the Renaissance to the present day.

CHARLES IVES – Four Ragtime Dances by Charles Ives
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra
Aik Kai Pung, conductor


AARON COPLAND - Music for the Theater
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra
Aik Kai Pung, conductor


IGOR STRAVINSKY -  Pulcinella Suite
Spoleto Festival USA Orchestra
Aik Kai Pung, conductor


Interview with Joe Miller, director of the Westminster Choir


TOMAS LUIS DE VICTORIA - Kyrie
GUSTAV HOLST - Nunc Dimittis
Westminster Choir, Princeton, NJ
Joe Miller, conductor


JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH - Der Geist hilft unsrer Schwachheit auf
Westminster Choir, Princeton, NJ
Joe Miller, conductor


BENJAMIN BRITTEN - Hymn to St. Cecilia and The Ballad of Green Broom
Westminster Choir, Princeton, NJ
Joe Miller, conductor


MORTEN LAURIDSEN  - Une Suele Fleur
CLAUDE DEBUSSY - Dieu! Qu’il la fait bon regarder!
WALTER JURMANN - Veronique, le printemps est la!
Westminster Choir, Princeton, NJ
Joe Miller, conductor


DANIEL ELDER - The Heart’s Reflection
BRANDON WADDLES  - Ride in the Chariot
Westminster Choir, Princeton, NJ
Joe Miller, conductor