Apollo's Fire: Orpheus Weeps
Early Italian Songs of Love & Loss
Orpheus, the tragic hero who lost his beloved Euridice, was the inspiration for many Italian composers of the 17th century. Favorite tenor Karim Sulayman is joined by Apollo’s Fire instrumentalists on strings and lutes for poignant songs of love and loss by Monteverdi, Caccini, and their contemporaries.
- Karim Sulayman, tenor
- Julie Andrijeski and Johanna Novom, violin
- Karina Schmitz, viola
- René Schiffer, cello
- William Simms and Brian Kay, lute
- Jeannette Sorrell, conductor & harpsichordist
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Cleveland Institute of Music
11021 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
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