“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 School of the Arts Singers of West Palm Beach, Florida.
“Christmas Hath a Darkness” is a new work by American composer, Arnfield Cudal, set to Christina Rossetti’s poem “Christmas Eve”. Hal Pysher, organist.
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 Bárbara’s vocal rendition ‘Ascendit’ which will premiere Ascension Day, May 13, 2021.
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 Studies Laura Santamaria, featured soloist “What a gorgeous anthem! It takes the listener through every […]
10.2.18 New Music-Arts Video: Psalm 122 – A Royal Psalm of David Praised & Prayed to Thai Classical Music
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 history that the Psalms of the Bible have been […]
04.06.18 New Composition “Behold, How Good and How Lovely” Performed at Palm Beach Atlantic University
Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Concert Choir performs Arnfield Cudal’s new work “Behold, How Good and How Lovely,” a musical setting for Psalm 133 composed in the English Cathedral style for Choir and Organ, featuring Elizabeth Fisher, soprano, at the PBA Spring Choral Concert, 2018. Dr. Geoffrey Holland, conductor Dr. Arnfield Cudal, organist “What a gorgeous […]
Arnfield’s new composition for Psalm 133 is performed by the PBA Concert Choir and featured organist Dr. Aaron David Miller at “The Festival of Hymns” hosted by Palm Beach Atlantic University School of Music and Fine Arts and the Palm Beach Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.
07.11.17 New Composition : Psalm 133 “Behold, How Good and How Lovely” at Centennial Reunion, Philippines
Commissioned for the Cudal Centennial Reunion in Malaybalay, Philippines, this new choral setting to Psalm 133 was first performed by the capable international performing group: the Bukidnon State University Chorale under the direction of Josephine Isidro.
On Sunday, November 20, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., the City of West Palm Beach and Palm Beach Atlantic University invite guests to experience a special Palm Beach Post Sunday on the Waterfront concert featuring Bárbara Padilla and the Palm Beach Atlantic University Symphony. Vibrant, crossover soprano Bárbara Padilla, a finalist on the […]
How cancer led America’s Got Talent runner-up Bárbara Padilla to the big stage By Meg McEwen Watch on YouTube » When the Guadalajaran doctors told young opera singer Bárbara Padilla that she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, she had no idea that God would orchestrate this tragedy as the propellant of her career. Her survival story led […]