Monica Hatch | Bright Seraphim

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Bright Seraphim

by Monica Hatch

Lyric Coloratura Soprano, Monica Hatch's CD, “Bright Seraphim” takes the listener through a musical journey that touches many emotions, from the stirring title track “Let the Bright Seraphim” to the intensely moving “Pie Jesu".
Genre: Classical: Orchestral
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Let The Bright Seraphim
5:12 album only
2. Laudate Dominum
3:38 album only
3. Panis Angelicus
4:10 album only
4. With Verdure Clad
5:14 album only
5. The Soft Complaining Flute
4:16 album only
6. Fairest Isle
1:53 album only
7. Bist du be mir
1:59 album only
8. Pie Jesu
3:05 album only
9. Ach ich fuhls
4:07 album only
10. Vocalise
4:59 album only
11. Alleluia
2:33 album only


Album Notes
Monica Hatch, soprano, studied voice at the Juilliard School with the celebrated opera diva Eleanor Steber. She completed her Bachelor of Music Degree at the Eastman School of Music. While she was a classical voice major at Eastman, she often performed jazz with the schools ensembles and eventually won the DownBeat Jazz vocalist award. She earned her Masters at New England Conservatory, where she studied with dramatic soprano, Donna Roll. Monica currently studies voice with former artistic director of Salisbury Lyric Opera and lyrico spinto soprano, Margaret Tartaglia. Throughout her career, Monica Hatch has continued to perform both classical and jazz. With two jazz CD’s to her credit and having established herself as a popular jazz vocalist, this album highlights Monica’s classical technique some of her favorite classical repertoire.



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Steve Roberts

I have been lucky enough to hear Monica perform some of her classical repertoire live on several occasions and this recording does not disappoint! I have to say this is an absolute outstanding piece of work, both musically and from a production standpoint. From the stirring title track “Let The Bright Seraphim” to the intensely moving “Pie Jesu” from Fauré’s Requiem, Monica's voice takes the listener on a emotional journey. Her range is truly amazing and the accompaniment of the St. Paul’s Festival orchestra on several of the tracks is breathtaking. Ian Watson's sensitive keyboard work and conducting all serve to make this a truly must have CD for any lover of classical music. Without doubt a Five Star rating.

Ted Weiner, WDAV Radio North Carolina

Superb Program. Delightful.
This is a superb program of selections and, naturally, the performances are delightful.

Scott McLennan, Worcester Telelgram & Gazette

Gorgeous sounding 11-track disc
Hatch’s soprano accentuates the celebratory nature of the material. In the orchestra pieces, Hatch’s voice blends with the strings coloring the upper registers of the compositions. In the songs with simpler accompaniment she has the chance to be more dexterous, daring and playful with the material. The variety of the program and enthusiasm of the performances suggests Hatch enjoyed her return back to her roots.

Fred Looft

Much like an art work (Im no artist but I have an appreciation for exceptional works of art), Monica Hatch on this CD is stimply stunning, there are no other words to describe her signing and the music. Futher, as someone with a reasonable "audio" background, the recording it self is beautifully balanced and an absolute delight to listen to. Highly recommended!!!

Sabine Freude

CD is wonderful only 5 days from usa to germany very good service