Diabolus in Musica combines sculpture, installation art, ambient music, and choral performance to create an unremitting work of indeterminate duration. Gilsdorf’s score consists of a single uninterrupted chord—a sound rumored to have been banned by the Catholic Church in the eighteenth century — that tests the endurance of performers and audience alike. It is an exercise in human stamina, tonal dissonance, and the evocative sound design of horror films.
Beati Chorum is a choral organization rooted in harmonic fusion, vocal versatility, and ensemble unity. Coming from an assortment of musical backgrounds, the singers share a common bond through performance, collaboration, and community partnerships. Beati Chorum presents at least 10 concerts annually running from September through June.