A Far Cry hands you an unlabeled mix tape—and invites you to a new kind of concert experience. A chance for Prokofiev to rub shoulders with Biber, for Andrew Norman to volley with Tchaikovsky, for Mozart to wink at Daft Punk. We've wracked our brains, argued passionately for our faves, and narrowed it down to our favorites. Selections from every possible style - each one flowing into the next.
Gombert: Selected Motets
Daniel-Lesur: Le Cantique des Cantiques
Francaix: Symphonie d’archets
The sublime and the sensual intertwine from sixteenth- century France to the present, closing with Fauré's transcendent Requiem in the beautiful resonance of Boston's Old South Church.
Kahane: New work (co-commission)
Kahane/Schubert: Selected Songs, arr. AFC
Schubert: Quartet in G Major D.887, arr. AFC
Gabriel Kahane joins the Criers for a night of his and Schubert's music, exploring the deep roots of song. Featuring a new commission by Gabriel and Schubert's Quartet in G Major.