Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) is a choral composition in one movement by Samuel Barber, his own arrangement of his Adagio for Strings (1936). In 1967, he set the Latin words of the liturgical Agnus Dei, a part of the Mass, for mixed chorus with optional organ or piano...
Francis Poulenc is one of my favourite composers. His musical language is so colourful and rich, powerful and delicate at the same time, I fell in love with his music the second I heard it. Here is his famous Salve Regina for choir SATB a capella, performed by Svenska...
I love when different musical universes meet and collide! Here is a wonderful example of improvisation on Strike the Viol from Henry Purcell by L’Arpeggiata and Christina Pluhar. Outstanding and so inspiring!
Watch the video of the Bible Song of Saint Peter, composed and conducted by Grégory Notebaert, and performed by the Saigon Chamber Consort.
From the very first time I heard Chandelier on the radio, I loved it. I am particularly touched by the power and texture of Sia‘s voice: such an outstanding performance! Here is the official MV, featuring Maddie Ziegler for the dancing.
Watch the video of Chantez au Seigneur, original composition by Grégory Notebaert. This piece is performed by the International Choir and Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City.
The International Choir and Orchestra of Ho Chi Minh City is proud to introduce you to its new concert: Music From The Big Screen, featuring various pieces from famous movies.
The Saigon Chamber Consort is proud to introduce you to its new concert: Baroque Brilliance, featuring works of G.F. Handel, J.S. Bach and A. Vivaldi.
Watch the video of Lauda Sion, composed by Grégory Notebaert and performed in Lourdes by 6000 singers and musicians in 2015.
Watch the video of Lauda Sion – Prelude for Brass, composed by Grégory Notebaert and performed in Lourdes by 6000 singers and musicians in 2015.