New Choral Voices, Vol. 3 Coro Volante & Brett Scott

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Album info

Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
19.11.2019

Label: Ablaze

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Choral

Album including Album cover Booklet (PDF)

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  • Kyle Pederson:
  • 15 Solas03:00
  • Joe L. Alexander:
  • 2Summer Sounds Beckon Me02:36
  • David Rossel:
  • 3Cuncti simus concanentes03:05
  • Annie Pasqua:
  • 4I Remember04:36
  • Katherine Saxon:
  • 5The Moon Rises04:57
  • Federico López:
  • 6The White Locust Tree03:57
  • David Rossel:
  • 7Paraphrase02:05
  • Trimor Dhomi:
  • 8Come Away Death04:33
  • Michael Sidney Timpson:
  • 9Christ Lay in the Bonds of Death03:09
  • Calum Carswell:
  • 10Letter from the Front04:18
  • Lisa Nardi:
  • 11Alleluia03:49
  • Andrea Montalbano:
  • 12Su Monte Mario03:27
  • David Rossel:
  • 13Polorum regina05:21
  • Nick DiBerardino:
  • 14God's Grandeur06:16
  • Kyle Pederson:
  • 15Spiritus omnium04:46
  • Matteo Bertolina:
  • 16Vera e verno02:50
  • Arnaud Juliot:
  • 17Jubilate Deo04:30
  • Total Runtime01:07:15

Info for New Choral Voices, Vol. 3



In Ablaze’s second volume of new choral music we hear the stunning Cincinnati based Coro Volante under the superb direction of maestro Brett Scott singing a wide variety of new work from some of today’s most interesting choral composers.

Coro Volante
Brett Scott, conductor



Brett Scott
is Associate Professor of Ensembles and Conducting at the University of Cincinnati’s famed College-Conservatory of Music, where he conducts the CCM Chorale, teaches conducting and literature at the graduate and undergraduate level, and is Music Director of Opera d’arte. Under his direction, the CCM Chorale released its first commercial recording, Lux Dei—New Works for Choir by Douglas Knehans, through Ablaze Records, and has begun production of its second recording, focusing on sacred music for choir and electronics. Chorale has given multiple regional and world premieres by both American and international composers, including the 2015 revival performance of Dave Brubeck’s The Gates of Justice, and in 2016 the regional premiere of Abyssinian Mass by Wynton Marsalis, and the North American premiere of Stabat Mater by Ivan Moody. Under his direction Opera d’arte has won numerous awards through the National Opera Association. His conducting students have three times reached the finals of the ACDA graduate student conducting competition and have been selected to participate in Chorus America masterclasses.

Prior to his appointment at the University of Cincinnati, Scott was Director of Choral Activities at the University of Rochester and Assistant Professor of Music at the Eastman School of Music. Comfortable in front of a wide range of ensembles, Scott currently directs the Cincinnati Camerata, Cincinnati’s Musica Sacra, and Coro Volante, a vocal ensemble dedicated to the performance and recording of music by living composers. He has recently led the Camerata in the regional premiere of Arvo Pärt’s Passio, and in collaboration with concert:nova and Nanoworks Opera, the regional premiere of Jonathan Dove’s community opera Tobias and the Angel.

Scott has conducted and taught throughout the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe. An acknowledged expert on contemporary music, Scott is in demand internationally as a lecturer on Canadian music and has presented at several national and international conferences. He was editor of Chorus America’s Research Memorandum Series, an Associate Editor of NCCO’s The Choral Scholar, and has been contracted to write the authorized biography of Canadian composer and activist Raymond Murray Schafer. In January 2018 Scott began a two-year term as President of the National Collegiate Choral Association.

Booklet for New Choral Voices, Vol. 3

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