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Dr. James Reddan, Director
Chamber Choir Fall 2015


The Chamber Choir is a select (audition only) group of 25-32 singers that performs chamber literature from the various styles and periods of music.  The choir rehearses three hours weekly with an emphasis on musical excellence.

Chamber Choir places a premium on individual musicianship and refined technique.  Exploring a wide variety of repertoire with particular attention to style and authenticity in performance.

Respected for its outstandingly wide-ranging repertoire, the Chamber Choir has performed throughout the tri-state region and internationally.  Most notable was the choir's tour of China in the spring of 2008.

For information on auditions, upcoming performances, or to request they visit your school, please contact Dr. James Reddan at 301-687-4110, or email

    UPCOMING PERFORMANCESChamber Choir Fall 2015

      SPRING 2016

      Sunday, May 8, at 3:00 p.m.
      Pealer Recital Hall (FSU Performing Arts Center)
      Admission:  $5 general, $3 student, children 12 & under free
      Tickets avaiable at the door  |  Cash only

A LOOK AT 2014/2015


March 11-18, 2015
Perugia, Assisi, Florence, and Rome

Performances included:
   Mass participation in the Lower Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi Basilica
   Concert in Santa Maria dei Ricc, Florence
   Mass participation in the Santa Maria Sopra Minerva in Rome
   Concert in Santa Maria delle Grazie in Monte Dominic

FALL CHAMBER CHOIR CONCERTChamber Choir at Emmanuel Episcopal Church Fall 2014
     Sunday, November 23, 2014
     Emmanuel Episcopal Church
     16 Washington Street
     Cumberland, MD


     Sunday, April 26, 2015
     Pealer Recital Hall - FSU Performing Arts Center


Sacred Contemporary American Composers
   Always Singing by Dale Warland
   Sainte-Chapelle by Eric Whitacre
   Ave Maria by Morton Lauridsen
   O Magnum Mysterium by Daniel Elder

Sacred European Compositions
   Super Flumina Babylonis by Giovianni Pierluigi da Palestrina
   Ave Verum Corpus by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   Ubi Caritas by Maurice Duruflé
   Crucem tuam adoramus, Domine by Pawel Lukaszewski

Secular Italian and American Compositions
   Madrigale Mille by Manolo Da Rold (unpublished)
   Io son la primavera by William Hawley          
   Leonardo Dreams Of His Flying Machine by Eric Whitacre

American Folksongs and Spirituals
   Shenandoah arranged by James Erb
   Deep River arranged by Norman Luboff
   Way Over In Beulah Lan’  arranged by Stacey Gibbs

   Grandmother Moon by Eleanor Daley
   Winter by Z. Randall Stroope
   Ain't No Grave by Caldwell and Ivory