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From the rich legacy of psalm settings, Ars Lyrica's season finale juxtaposes music from the Jewish and Christian traditions. In convertendo (Psalm 126) from the operatic master Jean-Philippe Rameau infuses the psalmist's words with flair and passion, while companion pieces by Salamone Rossi and J. S. Bach infuse psalm texts with sonorous counterpoint.

Performers will include Erica Schuller, soprano; Elijah McCormack, male soprano; Scott Rogers, countertenor; Steven Brennfleck, tenor; Mark Diamond, baritone; and Kirby Traylor, baritone.

From the rich legacy of psalm settings, Ars Lyrica's season finale juxtaposes music from the Jewish and Christian traditions. In convertendo (Psalm 126) from the operatic master Jean-Philippe Rameau infuses the psalmist's words with flair and passion, while companion pieces by Salamone Rossi and J. S. Bach infuse psalm texts with sonorous counterpoint.

Performers will include Erica Schuller, soprano; Elijah McCormack, male soprano; Scott Rogers, countertenor; Steven Brennfleck, tenor; Mark Diamond, baritone; and Kirby Traylor, baritone.

From the rich legacy of psalm settings, Ars Lyrica's season finale juxtaposes music from the Jewish and Christian traditions. In convertendo (Psalm 126) from the operatic master Jean-Philippe Rameau infuses the psalmist's words with flair and passion, while companion pieces by Salamone Rossi and J. S. Bach infuse psalm texts with sonorous counterpoint.

Performers will include Erica Schuller, soprano; Elijah McCormack, male soprano; Scott Rogers, countertenor; Steven Brennfleck, tenor; Mark Diamond, baritone; and Kirby Traylor, baritone.

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Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
800 Bagby St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.arslyricahouston.org/zion

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