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The Chamber Singers is a select (audition only) ensemble of 24-28 singers that performs chamber literature from the various styles and periods of music. The choir rehearses three hours weekly with an emphasis on highly musical performances of primarily a capella repertoire.
The Chamber Singers place a premium on individual musicianship and refined technique. Noted for great diversity, dynamic range, the ensemble explores a wide variety of repertoire with particular attention to style and authenticity in performance.
Respected for its outstandingly wide-ranging repertoire, the Chamber Singers has performed throughout the region, state, domestically, and internationally including tours to Italy and the People's Republic of China with current international invitations being considered.
Auditions for the Chamber Singers take place at the beginning of each semester and are very quick and painless. There is nothing to prepare!
For information on auditions, upcoming performances, or to request they visit your school, please contact Dr. James Reddan at 301-687-4110, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Featuring FSU Chamber Singers, University Chorale, and Cumberland Choral Society
Friday, May 5, at 7:00 p.m.
Frostburg United Methodist Church
48 W Main St, Frostburg, MD
Sunday, May 7, at 3:00 p.m.
1st Presbyterian Church
11 Washington St, Cumberland, MD
Admission: $10 general, $5 seniors/veterans, $3 students, children 12 & under free
Tickets avaiable at the door | Cash only
THE SEASON OF JOY THROUGH MUSICAL MEANDERINGS
Verbum caro factum est by Hans Leo Hassler
Jede Sedlák by Jaroslav Krcek
Dieu, qu'il la fait bon regarder! (No. 1 from Trois Chansons de Charles d'Orleans) by Claude Debussy
Hard Times Come Again No More by Stephen Foster, arranged by Mark Keller
O Magnum Mysterium by Morten Lauridsen
My Spirit Sang All Day by Gerald Finzi
Sleep by Eric Whitacre
Fantasia for Piano, Orchestra, and Chorus, Op. 80 by Beethoven - Combined University Chorale and Chamber Singers, with Beethoven Orchestra
Featuring Jay DeWire, piano; Cheranjana Thuyacontha, soprano; Alexa Bashaw, mezzo-soprano; Danielle Garratt & Sakkara Turner, alto; David Cook, tenor; Geoffrey Westbrook & Khalil Bishop, baritone
Dúlamán by McGlynn - featuring mezzo-soprano Jacqueline Wiley
Tanzen und Springen by Hassler
Exultate Justi by da Viadana
Good Night, Dear Heart by Forrest
Bogoróditse Djévo by Pärt
Sing Me to Heaven by Gawthrop
Keep Your Hand on the Plow by Jennings - featuring soprano Rachel Cox, bass Anthony Dyson, mezzo-soprano Hannah Howard
Let All the World in Every Corner Sing by Vaughan Williams
Ubi Caritas by Gjeilo
Alleluia by Runestad