press release

For immediate release on July 4, 2018:


The Mirandola Ensemble announces new "My Spirit Sang All Day" program for August's Twin Cities Early Music Festival


(Minneapolis, Minn.) The Mirandola Ensemble today announced its upcoming "My Spirit Sang All Day" program for the Twin Cities Early Music Festival, taking place this August in St. Paul. This concert features music of the Polish Baroque including sacred works by Mikołaj Zieleński and Grzegorz Gorczycki, and Henryk Górecki's Three Lullabies; as well as a choral/orchestral anthems of Henry Purcell paired with excerpts of the "Triumphs of Orianna," a set of early 17th century Madrigals with politically charged texts honoring Queen Elizabeth of England. The program includes keyboardist Chris Ganza and violinists Mayra Mendoza and Michal Sobieski.


Friday, August 10 at 8:00 p.m.

The Summit Center for Arts and Innovation (formerly SPOTH)

1524 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105

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Hannah Armstrong Stanke, soprano

Chelsie Propst, soprano

Alyssa Anderson, alto

Nick Chalmers, Artistic Director and tenor

Andrew Kane, baritone

Matthew Culloton, bass


Mayra Mendoza, violin

Michal Sobieski, violin

Chris Ganza, continuo


The Mirandola Ensemble, established in 2011, is a Minneapolis-based professional choral ensemble dedicated to promoting the highest standards of choral music, the idea of choral music as ‘high art’ in the Western tradition, and the aesthetics of the Renaissance. The ensemble is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization and was recently announced as a 2018 - 2019 Class Notes Artist for Minnesota Public Radio. The ensemble’s 2017 recording “Unquiet Thoughts” is now available via iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, and all streaming services. For more information on The Mirandola Ensemble, please visit


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