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Flawless

Charles Bruffy's talent as a choral conductor is unparalleled by his contemporaries and worthy of national recognition. His interpretation of Frank Martin's Mass is, in a word, flawless. The amount of work each performer contributed to this album is astounding. I cannot begin to fathom why this album has not been granted every possible honor a choral album can be awarded. The combined talent of the Kansas City Chorale and the Phoenix Bach Choir is seductively mesmerizing. This album is guaranteed to overtly satisfy those of us who truly relish in the art of choral worship.

Stunningly beautiful

I now know how Heaven sounds.
I'm speechless.

pretty

good

Biography

Genre: Classical

Charles Bruffy is an American choral conductor. He attended Missouri Western State College in St. Joseph, Missouri, where he received his Bachelor's degree, and also studied at the Conservatory of Music at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, where he earned his Master's degree in voice. He has been the artistic director of the Kansas City Chorale since 1988 and the Phoenix Chorale since 1999. Additionally, he directs the Kansas City Symphony Chorus, and he is the director of music at the Rolling...
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