Andrea Lynn Cianflone sings National Anthem for Rams vs. Browns NFL Game
Andrea Lynn Cianflone sings the National Anthem for St. Louis Rams vs. Cleveland Browns NFL game October 25, 2015. Hair and Makeup provided by Saks Salon (Shakopee, MN), Emily Miller Makeup & Hair LLC (www.emily-miller.com) and Crystal Mathews (St. Louis, MO). For more information or booking Andrea Lynn Cianflone, visit www.andrea-lynn.com. SHARE IF YOU LIKE :)
Andrea Lynn Cianflone sings "The Girl In14G"
Hey friends, I thought you would enjoy a behind the scenes clip of a recent recording session. Enjoy! Singer Andrea Lynn Cianflone (www.andrea-lynn.com) and Pianist Ben Baker recording at The Smooth Spot Recording Studio in Manhattan. "The Girl in 14G" Music by Jeanine Tesori/Lyrics by Dick Scanlan, That's Music to My Ears, Ltd. (ASCAP)/Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. (ASCAP)
Live from St. Patrick's Cathedral (O Divine Redeemer by Charles Gounod)
St. Patrick’s Cathedral Chamber Concert Series Featuring Soprano Andrea Lynn Cianflone Guitarist Bill Wurtzel Salomé Soloists Presents The Two Loves February 5, 2015 7:00 PM In his book, The Four Loves, author C.S. Lewis takes readers on a journey by exploring the nature of love utilizing the four different definitions used by the ancient Greeks: Agape (charity), Storge (brotherly affection), Philia (friendship), and Eros (sensual). According to Lewis, Agape is the most perfect form of love. It is that selfless love which God has for man and which man attempts to attain and perfect within himself. Sensual love is more pleasure oriented, needing to be purified in its journey to Agape. The program tonight is entitled “Two Loves.” It is a play on the title of C.S. Lewis’ work and seeks to musically express two of these four loves. Agape “We were made for God. Only by being in some respect like Him, only by being a manifestation of His beauty, lovingkindness, wisdom or goodness, has any earthly Beloved excited our love.” ― C.S. Lewis, The Four Loves Concerto Grosso op. 6 no. 1 in G major by George Frideric Handel Movements IV and V Salomé Soloists “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion,” from Messiah by George Frideric Handel Andrea Lynn Cianflone Salomé Soloists Ave Maria by Vladimir Vavilov Andrea Lynn Cianflone Bill Wurtzel Salomé Soloists O Divine Redeemer by Charles Gounod Andrea Lynn Cianflone Bill Wurtzel Salomé Soloists Divertimento in D Major, K. 136 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Salomé Soloists “Pie Jesu,” from Requiem by Gabriel Fauré Andrea Lynn Cianflone Salomé Soloists Omnis Bene by Mark Hayes Andrea Lynn Cianflone Salomé Soloists Eros “Eros needs to be disciplined and purified if it is to provide not just fleeting pleasure, but a certain foretaste of the pinnacle of our existence, of that beatitude for which our whole being yearns. -Pope Benedict XVI (from the Encylical Letter Deus Caritas Est) Libertango by Astor Piazzola Salomé Soloists Youkali by Kurt Weill Andrea Lynn Cianflone Salomé Soloists Chitarra romana by Eldo di Lazzaro arranged by Mario Cianflone Andrea Lynn Cianflone Bill Wurtzel Salomé Soloists Capricio Arabe by Francisco Tarrega Bill Wurtzel Bésame Mucho by Consuelo Velázquez Andrea Lynn Cianflone Bill Wurtzel My Vow by Andrea Lynn Cianflone Andrea Lynn Cianflone Bill Wurtzel Salomé Soloists Por una Cabeza by Carlos Gardel Salomé Soloists Les filles de Cadix by Léo Delibes Andrea Lynn Cianflone Salomé Soloists