Angels Of Venice
is a harp, cello, flute and vocal
group founded by harpist Carol Tatum
in 1993 and consisting of Cathy Biagini (cello), Christina Linhardt (vocals/soprano) and Susan Craig Winsberg (flute). The group's core sound is harp, flute and cello but also combines Middle Eastern
styles. As of 2011, their new "Musique Neo-Antique" combines ancient music with modern arrangements of songs from the 13th century to Renaissance, classical, traditional to hymns plus original compositions such as the Christian cross-over song "Surrender."
Carol Tatum is an ASCAP member, producer and published songwriter and has released 6 CDs of original Angels Of Venice music (see below), with songs on over 20 compilation CDs for Windham Hill Records. She has also co-written with rock vocalist Lenny Wolf of the band Kingdom Come for his CDs "Hands Of Time" (Polygram), "Bad Image" (WEA International) and "Rendered Waters" (to be released April, 2011).
Soprano Christina Linhardt sings in archaic French, Galaceo-Portuguese, Latin and Swiss and is most known for her "Classics to Cabaret" musical act which she performed as the headliner for the opening of the Grand Concert Hall Parksalle in Saxony, Germany, as well as the re-opening of the Palace Ligner, Dresden.
Cellist Cathy Biagini is first-chair cellist with Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra, Santa Barbara Symphony and the Redlands Symphony. Before coming to... Read More