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Voices of Light is a stunning evening of music and film. The critically acclaimed event has brought sold-out houses to their feet at the Brooklyn Academy of Music Next Wave Festival; at Avery Fisher Hall in New York's Lincoln Center; at the Sydney Opera House; at Disney Hall with the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Philharmonic; and in dozens of major concert halls across the world. It has been featured on CBS Sunday Morning; on PRI's Performance Today and NPR's All Things Considered; and in numerous national publications, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Posted: Jul-30-2015
Latest News

The ninetieth-anniversary 4K restoration of The Passion of Joan of Arc, with Voices of Light score by Richard Einhorn, will screen at Alamo Drafthouses nationwide in Spring 2018. 

Posted: Jan-30-2018
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Voices of Light, inspired by the classic French silent film "The Passion of Joan of Arc," works as a cinematic accompaniment, but it's not movie music. Influenced by minimalism and the likes of Gorecki and Part, Einhorn's music is tonal and accessible. The texts--in Latin and antique French--are from the Bible, and from writings by (mostly) medieval women, including Joan of Arc herself. Joan is represented by the reliably intelligent and well-tuned Anonymous 4 (Ruth Cunningham, Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer and Johanna Rose); soprano Susan Narucki sings her often high-flying lines with beauty and clarity. - Sarah Bryan Miller
Posted: Oct-24-1995
Latest Acclaim

"The best viewing experience, in my opinion, is 24 frames per second, either with Richard Einhorn’s transcendent oratorio Voices of Light or in silence."

— National Catholic Register
Posted: Mar-30-2018