Jared Daugherty first encountered “Via Crucis” as a doctoral student at the University of Georgia, where he was recruited along with other students and faculty to perform Liszt’s music at a meeting of the American Liszt Society that the school was hosting. Daugherty conducted a movement from “Via Crucis.”
Jared Daugherty first encountered “Via Crucis” as a doctoral student at the University of Georgia, where he was recruited along with other students and faculty to perform Liszt’s music at a meeting of the American Liszt Society that the school was hosting. Daugherty conducted a movement from “Via Crucis.” Courtesy of Tonya Russ Price Poprock Photography
Jared Daugherty first encountered “Via Crucis” as a doctoral student at the University of Georgia, where he was recruited along with other students and faculty to perform Liszt’s music at a meeting of the American Liszt Society that the school was hosting. Daugherty conducted a movement from “Via Crucis.” Courtesy of Tonya Russ Price Poprock Photography

What makes this Sardis Presbyterian choir performance so rare?

April 10, 2017 05:12 PM