Legendary Octavist, Glenn Miller, Speaks to Classic 107 About PaTRAM’s One-Of-A-Kind “All-Night Vigil”

Glenn Miller, basso profundo extraordinaire, recently spoke to Winnipeg CLASSIC107’s Chris Wolf about the making of PaTRAM’s new release, Rachmaninoff’s “All-Night Vigil” in the Holy Land. Listen as Glenn shares his thoughts about the profound and moving experience of recording the masterwork in the Ascension Church atop the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem and being in the Holy Land. As Miller states, “It just kind of blew your mind…here we are at one of the holiest places of the Christian-Judeo tradition…the whole experience of being in the holy land…they [the hosts] were so generous to us all in taking us to all the places and singing liturgies in all the places was just wonderful.”

Glenn Miller has professionally recorded the “All-Night Vigil” many times over the course of his extraordinary career, but none like this. As a member of the PaTRAM Institute Male Choir™, the renowned octavist singer says of the exceptional direction of Maestra Antonenko, “Ekaterina is just amazing! She guided us along with so many beautiful magical moments. Her ability to have us sustain a diminuendo…and it keeps disappearing and disappearing …We all fell in love with her, she is just so good.”

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PaTRAM’s recording of the “All-Night Vigil” can be experienced on all your favorite streaming platforms, like Spotify and Apple Music, as well as on CD.

For more information, click: https://patraminstitute.org/all-night-vigil/