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Volti, Path of Miracles Concert - presented by Gualala Arts
Gualala Arts Center
Gualala, CA
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Volti, Path of Miracles Concert - presented by Gualala Arts
Volti, Vocal Ensemble, with Artistic Director Robert Geary
Volti performs Path of Miracles, an hour-long tour de force for 17 unaccompanied singers.

Sunday, January 13, 2019, 4 PM

Gualala Arts Coleman Hall

$25 in advance, plus $5 day of.

Path of Miracles is an hour-long tour de force for 17 unaccompanied singers. Written in 2005 by the British composer Joby Talbot, Path of Miracles is a musical exploration of the Camino de Santiago  the ancient Catholic pilgrimage route across northern Spain to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, the final resting place of the body of Santo Iago (St. James).

Throughout the piece, the choristers sing as soloists, in a texture that often requires 17 different parts. The music often reflects a medieval atmosphere, paired with a very contemporary, almost minimalistic, texture with its repeated motives underlying melodic phrases.

The text combines excerpts from historical and sacred documents in several different languages (reflecting the many languages of pilgrims over the centuries), along with original material by poet Robert Dickinson.

Path of Miracles is variously narrative, personal, mystical, and celebrative. Volti performed it in February 2018 at San Franciscos Grace Cathedral, with ODC/Dance choreographed by KT Nelson, to sold-out houses and rave reviews, including this comment from Leah Garchik in the San Francisco Chronicle:

The unamplified crystalline sound of the singers  pure, modern but somehow Bachlike, too  seemed to lift the dancers as the whole lifted the audience  and by the time the performance was over, we were so euphoric that we floated out of the place.

Volti

Voltis professional singers, under the direction of Founder and Artistic Director Robert Geary, are dedicated to the discovery, creation, and performance of new vocal music. The ensembles mission  to foster and showcase contemporary American music and composers, and to introduce new vocal music from around the world to local audiences  has led to performances of a vast amount of new music and to the commissioning of more than 100 new works, by emerging as well as established composers.

Hailed by San Francisco Classical Voice as undoubtedly the finest collection of new music singers we have and voted Best in the Bay by SFCV readers in 2015, Volti is currently in its 40th season of exploration and innovation. Nationally recognized as a pioneer in new vocal music, Volti is the only group to have won the prestigious ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming of Contemporary Music seven times. In addition to commissioning, performing and recording on its own, Volti is an active collaborator with groups including the Kronos Quartet, ODC/Dance, and Left Coast Chamber Ensemble, and has been presented by Cal Performances, Bard Music West, and Festival Napa Valley, among others.

Attending a Volti concert is like visiting a contemporary art gallery, stimulating the mind, the imagination and the heart. www.VoltiSF.org

Robert Geary

Robert Geary, Founder and Artistic Director of the professional new music vocal ensemble Volti,the Piedmont East Bay Childrens Choir, and the Golden Gate International Choral Festival, also directs the San Francisco Choral Society. Gearys multi-dimensional commitment to the choral arts over nearly forty years has fostered the careers of several leading composers and has led to nearly 200 new works.  He has conducted and served as a clinician in dozens of countries, and his choirs have performed at numerous conferences and festivals across the country and around the world. Geary has prepared his choirs for some of the worlds leading conductors, and they can be heard on recordings with many labels. Bob and his wife, composer/conductor/pianist Sue Bohlin, have a home in Anchor Bay.

Tickets

Tickets are $25 advance, $5 more day of performance.

To purchase in person, visit the Gualala Arts Center or Dolphin Gallery in Gualala.

Location

Gualala Arts Center (View)
46501 Old State Hwy
Gualala, CA 95445
United States


Categories

Music > Choral

Minimum Age: 7
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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