In December 2013, Gloria Bruni’s aria “Angelo di Dio (Angel of God)”, a meditation on Bach’s Air from the Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major for solo soprano, string quartet and guitar was premiered at a charity event organized by the Phönikks Foundation.
On June 13, 2013, the first Katharinenchorals of Gloria Bruni took place in the church of St. Katharinen as part of the “Katharina feiert” event. The choral was composed based on the words of the Hamburg poet Hans Leip.
March 25, 2007 at the occasion of Solemnity of the Annunciation of Our Lady of Nazareth, the aria “Ave Maria” premiered in the Annunciation Basilica of Nazareth, the largest church in the Holy Land with Gloria Bruni singing the solo part of her own work
Rosary Prayers is a cycle of prayers in different languages including “Pater Noster” “Ave Maria”, “Salve Regina”, which is part of the liturgy of the Catholic Church.
“Requiem in Rome” is a composition in the form of mass, written for choir and orchestra and soloists.
The first performance took place in November 2000 (the year of the Jubilee) in the Vatican in the “Sala Nervi” in the presence of Pope John Paul II.
Requiem in Rome was subsequently performed in Italy, Poland, Germany, Austria, Palestine, Israel and Belarus.