Bárbara Padilla, first runner-up at America's Got Talent 2009, sings opera, oratorio, and classical crossover favorites as a soloist performer at symphonic events, concerts, and recitals worldwide.
The Bukidnon State University Chorale is the premier cultural group of the Bukidnon State University specializing Bukidnon indigenous music. It is a mixed choir composed of students and employees of the institution.
Thai Royal Court Musicians
Christy Gibson, คริสตี้ กิ๊บสัน, Thailand's popular and well-beloved Luktung singer sings at cultural events throughout Thailand, Laos, Taiwan, Singapore, India, Jordan, Europe, the United States.
Triplet virtuosos Michael, Tom, Joshua, and little brother Issac Lubben
“Christmas Hath a Darkness” is a new composition by American composer Arnfield Cudal set to English poet Christina Rossetti’s poem “Christmas Eve”. This choral work is for double choir (SSAATTBB), treble voice, and pipe organ, featuring the Dreyfoos[...]
“Christmas Hath a Darkness” is a new work by American composer, Arnfield Cudal, set to Christina Rossetti’s poem “Christmas Eve”. Hal Pysher,[...]
America’s Got Talent Opera Singer Bárbara Padilla debuts her first musical composition with a piece co-written and orchestrated for flute and strings by Arnfield Cudal featuring flautist Sophie Creaner (London, UK) and The Lubben Brothers string ensemble. Stay tuned for[...]
The Dreyfoos School of the Arts Singers makes its first music-arts video debut at the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, performing with pipe organ Arnfield Cudal’s choral setting of Psalm 133, “Behold, How Good & How Lovely.” Ken Taylor, Director of Choral[...]
Deep in the heart of Thailand, at the Bangkok National Museum – site of the former 18th-Century Palace Grounds next to the Grand Palace – is where the Thai-Psalm Project music video is being filmed and produced. The Thai-Psalm Project marks the first time in Thailand’s[...]
Arnfield Cudal represents a roster of select international artists and musicians throughout the world whom he personally knows and collaborates with on various musical projects.
An accomplished musician in his own right, Arnfield has performed at orchestral venues and churches in a wide range of capacities, including concert pianist, pipe-organist, conductor, and recitalist. Arnfield studied under pianist-composer Mona Coalter, Chicago, IL, organist-choirmaster Hal Pysher of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, Palm Beach, and renowned organist-composer Robert Hebble, Atlantis, FL. He appeared as organist for "An Evening of the Music of John Rutter" with Palm Beach Atlantic University's Oratorio Choir, harpsichordist at the Ray Robinson's Chorale performance of Handel's Messiah, and featured solo pianist at the performance of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue with the Harid Conservatory's Avatar Brass. As conductor, Arnfield collaborates with the Palm Beach Opera and Florida Philharmonic in various Christmas concerts, and recently conducted an intra-regional choral and orchestral debut with members of the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra in Bangkok, Thailand, 2014. In addition to his Stateside performances, he conducts master classes and performs internationally in the Philippines and Thailand.
Arnfield is also a financial analyst, entrepreneur, and seminary professor. He received his Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Palm Beach Atlantic University in 2002, his PhD from Newburgh Theological Seminary in 2011, and is working on his ThD candidacy at HARK Seminary. In his position as Editor of HARK Publications, he authored several titles, including Music Apotheosis: Addressing Contemporary Church Issues in Light of Scripture (HARK Publications, 2013) and The Ultimate Guide to Worship Arts (HARK Publications, 2016). He is also Professor of Ethnomusicology, Theology, and Apologetics at HARK Seminary and speaks at Music and Worship conferences in the States and Asia.
Arnfield's greatest interests and talents lie in music. As Producer for HARK Music Publications, he oversaw and personally participated in the production of the Thai Psalms album, a recording of twenty Psalms in Thai classical style, Chiwit Mai (New Life), an album of Bible Hymns set to Thai folk music, and an EP album by the BSU (Bukidnon State University) Chorale of Malaybalay, Philippines. The Thai albums mark the first time in the Kingdom of Thailand that the Scriptures have been set in the native Thai style.