Floriani is Revitalizing Sacred Music in America.
The premiere Catholic teaching and performing ensemble in the United States, their voices have been heard in Cathedrals and Parishes, Conferences and private homes, all around the country. Their concerts feature sacred music spanning more than 2000 years, from the before the time of Christ through the present day, in languages such as Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic, Huron-Wendat, Latin, Ukranian, Icleandic, and more. Masses sung by Floriani truly bring you to the Threshold of Heaven.
As a full-time, professional vocal ensemble, the four members of Floriani have dedicated their lives to the mission of returning world-class Sacred Music to churches around America. Giorgio, Thomas, Graham, and Joe are all graduates of Thomas Aquinas College, where they studied Philosophy and Theology. Feeling called to use their exceptional vocal talent and passion for Sacred Music to serve the Church and Save the Culture, they founded Floriani in 2021 in Phoenix, AZ.
"Floriani's commitment to excellence in their craft, combined with their deep faith and reverence for the sacred, has touched the hearts and souls of the faithful in the Diocese of Phoenix and around the country. Their vocal talent, attention to liturgical integrity, and commitment to ongoing formation make them exceptional ambassadors for the renewal of Catholic Sacred Music." Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted, Bishop Emeritus of Phoenix
They envision nothing short of a revival of Catholic sacred music in churches nationwide, which will accelerate the return to sacred liturgical tradition and greater reverence for Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. A Catholic Church alive with the beauty of the liturgy will be a much more potent force for a nation that is collapsing for its rejection of what is true, good, and beautiful.
"The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art.”
- Sacrosanctum Concilium
They believe in the power of Sacred Beauty to transform hearts and draw people into a deeper relationship with Jesus -- in Mass or in Concert, in Cathedrals or at Conferences, the music of the Church, Ever Ancient and Ever New.