Archive for October, 2010

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The Splendors of Naples

October 29, 2010

I’m enjoying my time here in Austin, working with the  Texas Early Music Project on “The Splendors of Naples:  Gesualdo through Pergolesi”, in honor of the 300th anniversary of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi‘s birth.  The Artistic Director, Daniel Johnson, is working with me, two other award-winning soloists — Jenifer Thuyssen and Stephanie Prewitt, and many other wonderful soloists, to perform with his exceptional Baroque orchestra.  If you’re in the area this weekend, please join us for one of our delightful performances:

St Mary Cathedral
Fri, Oct 29, 2010
8pm

Emmaus Catholic Parish
Sat, Oct 30, 2010
8pm

First Presbyterian Church
Sun, Oct 31, 2010
3pm

Call 512.377.6961 for more information or to reserve tickets.

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Scarlatti and Vivaldi

October 18, 2010

I performed in a wonderful concert last week at St Paul’s Chapel at Columbia University.  I sang Scarlatti’s “Motet:  Infirmata, Vulnerata” and Vivaldi’s “Stabat Mater”.  The acoustics were amazing and I look forward to performing and recording these pieces again next spring.  I’ll let you know when the dates are set!

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NYC Oct 13th – Ryland sings with John Scott and the Sinfonia Players

October 7, 2010

I’m thrilled to be performing in a recital of one of my favorite pieces, Vivaldi‘s “Stabat Mater“, with John Scott of St Thomas Church and the Sinfonia Players.  The concert is to be held next Wednesday, October 13th, 7:30pm, at Saint Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University.  It is open to the public and free of charge.  Please join us and bring your friends — you’ll be in for a real treat!

Wednesday October 13, 2010 at 7:30 pm
Sacred Music of Italy
Vivaldi, Scarlatti, Caldara, and Corelli
Presented by
Saint Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University
Enter at 116th and Broadway: Domed Chapel is up and to the right of Low Library
Admission: Free

The Sinfonia Players
with Ryland Angel, countertenor
Margaret Ziemnicka, violin
Dongmyung Ahn, violin
Rachel Evans, viola
Christine Gummere, cello
John Scott, harpsichord