Soli Deo Gloria deeply misses sharing music with you, our audience and supporters! In these challenging times, beauty can touch our hearts as never before! In that spirit, we invite you to join us as we share a special musical memory from SDG’s past as a gift from us to you.
Today we bring you a very special premiere performance, entitled “Immortal Harps” from our Spring Tapestry Vibrant Colors program March 23, 2018. In celebration of our 10th season, SDG commissioned local composer Kevin Memley to write a song using a poem by John Milton. The result was magical! Milton invokes music and poetry to describe their power to remind and imbue us with divine images and experiences. It describes the music of the spheres and the power and splendor of heavenly singing with imagery that overloads the senses. Memley sets this text dramatically with an exciting rhythmic piano accompaniment and rich choral writing that drive the message home of ultimate harmony between those in heaven and earth. It ends with a triumphant flourish!
We hope you enjoy our musical gift to you!
Mozart and More
In response to the overwhelming need to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we are taking precautionary measures to protect our choir and audiences.
The April 3, “Mozart & More” concert is postponed to a later date. All tickets sold for April 3 will be honored at the rescheduled date so please keep your ticket!
We are very grateful for you, our audience and supporters! Stay well and stay tuned for future concerts!
An Enchanted Evening of Song
Due to the continuing COVID-19 Pandemic, “An Enchanted Evening of Song” has been cancelled. IF YOU HAVE PURCHASED TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK TO LEARN YOUR OPTIONS ABOUT WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR TICKETS.
— Ed Race
… Between the beautiful colors of the singers’ outfits to the eye contact and great facial expressions they gave, it allowed me to be drawn in to their sonic symphony and molded by their tones. If you have the opportunity to hear them, I would highly recommend it! (Click here to read more of this review)
— Kevin Memley