Carnegie Hall audience moved to tears by “Flowers over the Graves of War”

On February 20, 2012 choirs from around the country descended on Carnegie Hall, joining a 72 piece orchestra, and three soloists to premiere “Flowers over the Graves of War.” As the hour-long work concluded, the audience was moved to tears. Rorianne Schrade of the New York Concert Review said that it was a “… moving work by a composer from whom I’ll be interested to hear more.” I would like to thank Distinguished Concerts International-New York, Tim Seelig, and all of the talented singers for making this colossal premiere a night to remember.

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