Watch and Listen: Craft Works Sings Madrigals and Songs of Spring in the WRTI Performance Studio
Celebrate the season with us as we look back to Craft Works Music's visit to the WRTI Performance Studio last year to sing madrigals and other works inspired by springtime. WRTI's Susan Lewis is host.
Craft Works Musicis a group of professional musicians working in the greater Philadelphia area. Founded in 2017, Craft Works develops, discusses, and performs music from all eras, genres, and cultures, mainly in the choral repertoire.
Anonymous, Sumer is icumen in
Thomas Weelkes, The Nightengale
John Bennett, All creatures now
Francesco Landini, Ecco la primavera
Luca Marenzio, Gia torna a rallegrar
William Byrd, Ave verum corpus
Craftworks Members visiting WRTI:
Diana Whitener, Soprano
Abigail Chapman, Soprano
Jackie Dunleavy, Soprano/Alto
Marcelle McGuirk, Alto
William Linn, Tenor
Cortlandt Matthews, Tenor
Les Anders, Bass
Karl Hein, Bass
Craft Works explores and collaborates with other musicians and experts about the process of crafting music and shares this via podcast and live events. Its next podcast release is Bel Sancto- a special pre-Holy Week focus on this scandalously operatic sacred music.