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USF and Seraphic Fire come together for the Professional Choral Institute

Monday, May 23, 2011

Seraphic Fire and the University of South Florida will be embarking on a unique private‐public collaboration in establishing the first ever Professional Choral Institute, a two‐week training program for aspiring singers wishing to break into the competitive and growing field of professional choral singing. The program is May 23- June 6, 2011 and will culminate in a recording and the performances of Johannes Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem. The students will work side-by-side with Seraphic Fire Artistic Director, Patrick Dupre Quigley, James Bass and the Grammy-winning conductor and record producer, Peter Rutenberg. This is the same team that worked with the Western Michigan University Chorale to produce the bestselling album, Claudio Monteverdi: Vespers of the Blessed Virgin 1610, that went #1 on the iTunes Classical charts.

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