The Chamber Choir performs for choir alumni
at the choir's 60th anniversary weekend in fall 2005.

Spring 2013

Four movements from Requiem by Brahms
Chichester Psalms by Bernstein with instrumental ensemble

Fall 2012

Fall Concert:
including Fern Hill by John Corigliano
with winds and piano


Recent Repertoire (2006–2012)

Spring 2012

Requiem by John Rutter
with Orchestra

Fall 2011

"The Many Moods of e.e. cummings"
in choral setting by Vincent Persichetti,
Eric Whitacre, and David Dickau

Spring 2011

The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins.
The work, which is dedicated to the victims of the Kosovo Conflict, combines texts from the Catholic mass with those from other religious and secular sources

Fall 2010 – "Motets and Ballads"

Petite Et Accipietis
Johann Michael Haydn

Pange Lingua
Anton Bruckner
Sound the Trumpet
Henry Purcell
Sanctus from African Mass
Norman Luboff
I to the Hills Lift Up Mine Eyes
Jean Berger
Michelle
John Lennon/Paul McCartney; arr. Thayer
The Way You Look Tonight
All The Things You Are
Poor Pierrot
Jerome Kern
It Was a Lover and His Lass
Gerald Finzi

Spring 2010

Carl Orff's original setting of "Carmina Burana" for choir, two pianos, and percussion

Fall 2009 – "Bartok, Britten, and More"

Jubilate Deo (2 versions); Festival Te Deum
Benjamin Britten

Four Slovak Folk Songs; Evening in Transylvania
Bela Bartok
Psalm 135
Jim Martucci
Not the Man Who Searches
Fred Thayer
And So It Goes
Billy Joel
That Lonesome Road
James Taylor

Spring 2009

TBA

Fall 2008 – "Fugues, Alleluias, and More"

Song for Billie Holiday
William Averitt

Fire
William Averitt
Song of Peace
Vincent Persichetti
Glory to the King! Sing Hosanna
G.F. Hendel
Last Words of David
Randall Thompson
Four William Blake Songs
Nicholas Reitter
Jesu, Dulcis Memoria
Fred Thayer
What Makes the World Go Round
Andre Thomas

Spring 2008 – March 28, 2008
(featured music by Marek Jasinski for Chamber Choir and string orchestra)

Ave Maria
 
Sine Amore
Pennsylvanian Mood
Other repertoire included:
O Magnum Mysterium Fred Thayer
In Dulci Jubilo Fred Thayer
Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine Eric Whitacre

Fall 2007 – "Fauré and Folksongs" – November 9, 2007
(featured music by Fauré)

Maria, mater Gratiae
Tantum Ergo
Ave Verum
Kyrie and Sanctus from "Messe Basse"
Madrigal
Pavane
Other repertoire included:
The Bridge Builder Thomas Scheivert
Three Songs of Innocence Ken Neufeld
Wondrous Love arr. Maurice Gardner
Alister McAlpines Lament Ralph Vaughan Williams
An Irish Blessing James Moore

Spring 2007 – March 30, 2007

Chichester Psalms Leonard Bernstein
Agnus Dei Fred Thayer

Fall 2006 – "Jazz and More"

Music When Soft Voices Die Sherri Porterfield
The Way You Look Tonight Jerome Kern
Angel Eyes Matt Dennis
Embraceable You George Gershwin
Autumn in New York Vernon Duke
Loch Lomond Traditional Scottish
Greensleeves Traditional English
Lullabye (Goodnight My Angel) Billy Joel
Fascinating Rhythm George Gershwin

In recent years, the Chamber Choir has also performed:

Missa brevis St. Joannis de Deo
from Requiem
Joseph Haydn
Festival Te Deum
from Requiem
Benjamin Britten
"Dies irae"
from Requiem Mass in C Minor
Luigi Cherubini
A Psalm of David
Norman Della Joio
An Apostrophe to the Heavenly Hosts
Healey Willan
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need
Mack Wilberg
"Rex Tremendae" and "Lacrymosa"
from Requiem
Hector Berlioz
Gloria
Francis Poulenc
Six Chansons Paul Hindemith
Toward the Unknown Region R. Vaughan Williams
The Music of Gregg Smith:
Psalm 39, Psalm 100, Set me as a seal,
Seven Stanzas at Easter, A Mary Trilogy
Gregg Smith
"Concert of New Music" Compositions by Richard Lakey and Fred Thayer
Vocal jazz selections Various composers
In the Beginning Aaron Copland
Rejoice in the Lamb Benjamin Britten
Totus Tuus Henryk Gorecki
Requiem John Rutter
Reincarnations Samuel Barber
Cantata No. 4 J.S. Bach
St. Matthew Passion J.S. Bach
St. John Passion J.S. Bach
Elijah Mendelssohn
The Creation Haydn

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