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This concert is made possible by the following sponsors:
Created by Rhona

First Catholic Slovak Ladies Assn.

Margaret Wong & Associates

Solich Piano

Please view our concert program to see details about the performance and all of our corporate supporters.

Please join us on June 2nd for a concert featuring a broad spectrum of American music. The music is both secular and sacred, has texts of American poets/lyricists, or are settings of other texts by American composers. From traditional spirituals and folk songs, to jazz and modern setting of American poetry, we celebrate the history and beauty of our nation through song.

This concert is free to the public. Please consider making a donation to keep Western Reserve Chorale's music available in Northeast Ohio and beyond.

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Past Performances

March 2024

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These concerts are supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Two Live Performances

Friday, March 8th, 7:30 pm

Lakewood United Methodist Church

15700 Detroit Ave., Lakewood

Sunday, March 10th, 3:30 pm

Church of the Saviour

2537 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights

This concert is free to the public. Please consider making a donation to keep Western Reserve Chorale's music available in Northeast Ohio and beyond.

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This concert is also made possible by an anonymous donation and the following sponsors:
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First Catholic Slovak Ladies Assn.

Margaret Wong & Associates

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On March 8th and 10th, the Western Reserve Chorale will present Brahms’ A German Requiem. The Requiem is about giving comfort to those who are grieving rather than placing focus on the departed. Brahms combined his own selections from the Lutheran German Bible as well as the Apocrypha rather than set the traditional setting of the Latin mass for the dead. These passages deliver a message of spiritual healing rather than one that is particularly religious. The score includes prominent roles for guest soprano and baritone soloists, Marian Vogel and Brian Keith Johnson respectively; and the chamber ensemble arrangement by Joachim Linckelmann maintains much of the integral orchestral timbres while not requiring the forces of a full orchestra.

The WRC looks forward to presenting this masterwork in its original German to audiences on both east and west sides of Cleveland. Please join us at Lakewood United Methodist Church, Friday, March 8, 7:30pm or Church of the Saviour in Cleveland Heights on Sunday March 10, 3:30pm. These concerts are free, with a free-will donation encouraged to support the WRC’s mission of bringing music to the community.

December 2023

32nd Annual Holiday Concert
Under the direction of David Gilson, the chorale performs John Rutter’s Gloria and Daniel Pinkham’s Christmas Cantata with Brass and Percussion.


Other works include traditional and newer arrangements of holiday choral favorites.

Please join us as we sing for the first time in our new home at Church of the Saviour or watch from the comfort of your own home.

Sunday, December 3rd
3:30 pm
Church of the Saviour

2537 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights

June 2023

From Madrigals to Modern, WRC is delighted to bring you a Choral British Invasion. Come enjoy the music of Ralph Vaughan Williams, John Rutter, Thomas Morley, Edward Elgar and others as they share interpretations of texts written by Shakespeare, Robert Louis Stevenson, Edward Lear, and even Lennon & McCartney.

Sunday, June 4 - 3:30 pm
Church of the Gesu

2470 Miramar Blvd., University Heights

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March 2023

Johann Michael Haydn Requiem in C minor
Jonathan Willcocks From Darkness to Light: A Requiem of Hope

Amanda Powell, soprano      Joanne Uniatowski, mezzo-soprano

Brian Skoog, tenor              Brian Keith Johnson, baritone

         With an orchestra of Northeast Ohio musicians

As we find our world to be in times of pandemic, war, divisiveness, and more; we hope you will join us for "Remembrance and Hope", a concert honoring the sacrifices of veterans who have served in times of war, focusing on the need for all human souls to find hope when faced with the darkest of situations.

Local veterans have provided poetry about their own experiences to include in the program book. We look forward to their, and your, attendance of this special performance.

Sunday, March 12, 2023 - 3:30 pm

Maltz Performing Arts Center
at Case Western Reserve University
1855 Ansel Rd., Cleveland, OH 44106

Free concert / Suggested donation $20 Parking $7 per vehicle
Remembrance and Hope is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

WRC would like to thank the singers of Choral Arts Cleveland
for lending their voices to this concert.

Holiday 2022

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Join us for Western Reserve Chorale’s 31st Annual Winter Concert. We celebrate the season with a variety of songs from different traditions. Featuring Conrad Susa’s Carols & Lullabies: Christmas in the Southwest, the choir will be accompanied by Harp, Guitar, Marimba, & Vibraphone.

Other works include new arrangements of traditional Holiday songs, new Chanukah pieces, and a beautiful Alleluia written in recognition of the tribulations suffered by the people of Ukraine throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.

The Digital Program Book includes information about the music, performers, lyrics, and much more.

The PDF version may be downloaded from here.

Spring 2022

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The Promethean Quartet

Haig Hovsepian & Megan Lin, violin
Joseph Skerik, viola
Lydia Rhea, cello
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Joanne Uniatowski, mezzo soprano
Bryan McGucken, tenor
Sara Smith, piano
Andrew Poxon, guitar

This concert is free to the public. Please consider making a donation to keep Western Reserve Chorale's music available to Northeast Ohio and beyond.

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The concert recording is available to watch on demand
on our YouTube channel

The Program:

  • Aria (de la Suite No 3) by Johann Sebastian Bach     Arr. Miguel Astor.

  • Sicut locutus est (from Magnificat BWV 243              by Johann Sebastian Bach

  • Vier Quartettes, Op. 92 by Johannes Brahms             O schöne Nacht!   Spatherbst    Abendlied    Warum?

  • Elegischer Gesang by Ludwig van Beethoven

  • The Lake Isle by Ola Gjeilo                                               Text from The Lake Isle of Innisfree by W.B. Yeats

  • Hard Times by Stephen Foster,  Arr. Nick Johnson

  • Across the Vast, Eternal Sky  by Ola Gjeilo             Text by Charles Anthony Silvestri

  • At the Hour of Closing by Katie Kring                          Text by Moshe ibn Ezra, Translated by Peter Cole

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The digital program book
contains musician bios, lyrics, sponsors, and much more!

With Strings Attached is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Holidays 2021

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After a season of virtual rehearsals and performances and missing our ability to sing together in person, the members of Western Reserve Chorale have been excited to return to in-person rehearsals (even with masks) and are delighted to invite our audience to join us for a live, in-person and streaming, performance.

  1. Joy to the World – Jackson Berkey

  2. In the Bleak Midwinter – Matthew Culloton

  3. Haneirot Halalu (Meditation on Chanukkah Lights) – Michael Reid Winikoff

  4. The Cold Demands a Silence – Stephen Chatman

  5. Angels We have Heard on High – Jackson Berkey

  6. Undivided – Karen Marrolli

  7. Light Beyond Shadow – Dan Forrest

Program Booklet

Concert details, about the Chorale, lyrics, our supporters, and more.

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Our Community Partners have helped make this program possible

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The concert will remain available for

you to enjoy at your convenience.

Spring 2021

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Art: The Elements of Life by Libby Warren

Western Reserve Chorale is proud to present In Her Voice: Celebrating the Poetry of Women, an online multi-media event. We raise our voices in harmony to the words of women from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. These are songs of hope, gratitude, and comfort that speak to our shared fears and dreams. Teasdale acknowledges that “Each one of us has walked through storm and fled the wolves along the road.” Taylor says to the Star, “Then the traveler in the dark, Thanks you for your tiny spark” Angelou expresses gratitude ‘for your presence during the bright and sunny days, for then we can share that which we have with those who have less” in “Maya’s Prayer for Peace.”  We invite you to join us online for this free event of poetry, music, and art. May the words of these women inspire you to hold onto and act upon the “Hope… that perches in the soul.“


​This exciting new program will premiere on Friday, June 4th on our YouTube channel. It will feature all new recordings by the Chorale and original artwork and poetry readings by local students.

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Thank you to Laura Skehan's Studio II Art Class for bringing your creativity to this program!

Click the link above to read all of the poetry submitted for this program.

These students have each been awarded a monetary prize from WRC's John M. Roberts Scholarship Fund.
If you would like to donate specifically to this fund please use this link.

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Holidays 2020


While our programs are over, you can enjoy some of our holiday music as well as our Virtual Choir recording on our YouTube channel.

While all of our performances are free to the public, your donations enable us to bring quality choral music to Northeast Ohio and beyond.

Please contribute what you can and enjoy the music!

Click here to download our Digital Program Book.

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2019 holiday concert Respighi

Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Sara Smith, Accompanist

December 8, 2019

Lauda per la Natività del Signor                   Ottorino Respighi 

    (Laud to the Nativity)

Sandra Simon, Angel      Natasha Ospina Simmons, Mary

JR Fralick, Shepherd

Audrey Whartenby, piccolo      Kyra Kester, Flute

Danna Sundet, oboe      Stefanie Cohn, English Horn

Phillip Austin & Mark DeMio Bassoon

Sara Smith & Melissa Rus, piano


Sir Christèmas                                             William Mathias

Winter Wind                                            Brandon Williams

Bring Us in Good Ale                                        Gustav Holst

Huron Carol                                                    Susan LaBarr

Songs of Peace                 Jeremiah Klarman (arr. David Chase)

       1. Hineih Ma Tov   2. Oseh Shalom

I Saw Three Ships                                                 John Rutter

The Chanukah Song         Stephen Schwartz  (arr. Ryan Nowlin)

Ding Dong Merrily on High                            David Willcocks

O Little Town of Bethlehem                                    Dan Forrest

Danna Sundet, oboe

Angels We Have Heard on High                        David Chase

Jingle Bells                                                  David Willcocks

December 2019

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Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Joanne Poderis, Accompanist

June 2, 2019

   poetry of e.e. cummings

   i carry your heart with me                                   David Dickau

   sun, moon, stars, rain                                        David Brunner

   the moon is hiding in her hair                              Mark Burrows

   maggie and millie and molly and may                   Eric Whitacre

   flowers of stone / early flowers                       Vincent Persichetti

   in time of daffodils                                             David Dickau

   as is the sea marvelous                          Matthew Lyon Hazzard

Alison Goodman, Soprano

   Sunrise Mass                                                      Ola Gjeilo

   The Spheres  -  Sunrise  -  The City  -  Identity & Ground

   i carry your heart with me                             Z. Randall Stroope

Mary Pat Crockford, Soprano    Emily Cornelius, Violin

Sunrise Mass String Orchestra

       Violin I:   Emily Cornelius                     Viola:           Laura Shuster

                    Diana Pepelea                                               Mark Heinzen     

                    Leah Burtnett                                           Bonnie Maky

                    Sarah Page                                           Jaimie Sachay

       Violin II:   Rachel Huch                          Cello:        Linda Atherton 

                    Rachel Englander                                             Derek Snyder  

                    Leisl Hook-Langmack                        Rebecca Shasberger

                    Michael Houff                        Bass             Ann Gilbert

                                                                             Henry Samuels

June 2019

March 2019

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Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

March 24, 2019

Marian Vogel, Soprano

Joanne Uniatowski, Mezzo-Soprano

JR Fralick, Tenor

Brian Keith Johnson, Baritone

   Mass No 6 in G                      Franz Joseph Haydn

   (Missa Sancti Nicholai)                        1732-1809

   Mass in C                            Ludwig van Beethoven

   (Messe C-dur)                                           1770-1827

Violin I    Susan Britton             Flute           Linda White

             Callista Koh                              Jane Berkner 

             Rachel Huch             Oboe      Martin Neubert

Violin II   Diana Pepelea                               Cynthia Warren

               Leisl Hook-Langmack       Clarinet           Amitai Vardi

               Rachel Englander                                Lou Gangale

Viola        Laura Shuster                 Bassoon          Philip Austin

               Mark Heinzen                                          Ian Hoy

               James Rhodes                Horn        Ken Wadenpfuhl  Cello      Kent Collier                                           Tom Park

             Linda Atherton           Trumpet         Erik Sundet

Bass       Ann Gilbert                           Heather Zweifel

                                          Timpani    Andy Pongracz

December 2018

Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Joanne Poderis, Accompanist

December 9, 2018

Welcome Yule                  Charles Hubert Hastings Parry

Dixit Maria                                      Hans Leo Hassler

Ecce Panis Angelorum                                  Luc Jakobs

Benedicamus Domino                             Peter Warlock

Hallelujah, Amen                               George Frederic Handel

   from Judas Maccabeus

Still, Still, Still                                                  arr. Luc Jakobs

Here is the Little Door                                     Herbert Howells

Christmas Day in the Morning                        arr. Roy Ringwald

Greensleeves                                               arr. Bob Chilcott

Gloria from Misa Criolla           Ariel Ramrez, arr. Padre Segade

Percussion: Andy Pongracz and Marc Kirschenbaum

Carol from an Irish Cabin                                     Dale Wood

Nancy Paterson, Harp

Magnificat                                                         Rob Landes

Wenceslas                                                       Bob Chilcott

Brian Keith Johnson, Wenceslas

Marian Vogel, Page

Trumpet I     Eric Sundet              Horn           Tom Park

Trumpet II    Jack Brndiar             Tuba       Gary Adams

Trombone   Eric Rowles               Harp  Nancy Paterson

Timpani    Andy Pongracz

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June 2018

Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Joanne Poderis and Maribeth Katt, Pianists

June 3, 2018

The God who gave us life                     Randall Thompson

  from The Testament of Freedom

From Old American Folk Song Set          Aaron Copeland

     Zion's Walls                             arr. Glenn Koponen

     I Bought Me a Cat                           arr. Irving Fine

     At the River                                      arr. R. Wilding-White

     Ching-A-Ring-Chaw                                    arr. Irving Fine

Sure on This Shining Night                            Morten Lauridsen

Hear My Prayer                                              Moses Hogan

My Soul's Been Anchored in the Lord                  Moses Hogan

Stomp Your Foot                                          Aaron Copeland

   From The Tender Land

Frostiana (selections)                                  Randall Thompson

   A Girl's Garden

   Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

   The Road Not Taken

Peace Like a River                                          Ronald Staheli

Shenendoah                                                       James Erb

The Road Home                                           Stephen Paulus

Cindy                                                         Mark Wilberg

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March 2018

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Western Reserve Chorale

David Gilson, Artistic Director

March 18, 2018

   Mass in G                                     Franz Schubert


Marian Vogel, Soprano

JR Fralick, Tenor

Matthew Brennan, Baritone

   Mass of the Children                             John Rutter

                                                                        b. 1945

Marian Vogel, Soprano

Matthew Brennan, Baritone

Voices of Harmony

Violin I   Emily Cornelius        Oboe        Danna Sundet 

             Leah Burtnett                        Cynthia Watson  

Violin II   Nancy Patterson      Clarinet        Alix Reinnhardt

             Leisl Hook                                       Lou Gangale

Viola        Laura Shuster              Bassoon           Philip Austin 

               Mark Heinzen                                  Mark DeMio

Cello      Kent Collier            Horn         Ken Wadenpfuhl   

               Linda Atherton                               Emily Rapson

Bass       Ann Gilbert            Trumpet         Erik Sundet

Harp        Nancy Patrson                                   David Duro  

Flute       Linda White             Percussion        Mel Csicsila                  Jane Berkner            Timpani   Andy Pongracz

Previous Performances

'Tis a Glorious Season

December 3, 2017

David Gilson, Artistic Director      Joanne Poderis, Accompanist


Gloria                                                               Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741) 

   Marian Vogel, soprano

   Sandra Ross, mezzo-soprano

   Emily Cornelius and Nancy Patterson, violins

   Laura Shuster, viola and Linda Atherton, cello

Flight Song                                                        Kim André Arnesen (b. 1980)


Five Hebrew Love Songs                                             Eric Whitacre  (b. 1970)

     1. Temuná [A picture]      2. Kalá kallá [Light Bride]   

     3. Lárov [Mostly]    4. Éyze Shéleg [What snow!]    5. Rakút [Tenderness]

  Stacia Dearmin, soprano


Love Thy Neighbor (world premiere)                           Anne C. Wilson (b. 1954)

  Beth Zych, soprano

  Anne Wilson, piano

Gloria                                                                         Tomas Luis de Victoria

   from O Quam gloriosum est regnum                                          (1548-1611)              

In the Bleak Midwinter                                            Harold Darke (1888-1976) Beth Phillips, soprano & Arlen Overholt, tenor


What Child is This?                                            arr. Howard Helvey (b. 1968)


‘Twas the Night Before Christmas                                       music by Ken Darby

                                                                                     arr. Harry Simeone


Here We Come A-Caroling                                                 arr. Josh Sparkman                                                                                                             

Jingle Bells                                                  arr. Gordon Langford (1930-2017)


A Merry Christmas                                            arr. Arthur Warrell (1883-1939)

Isn't It Romantic?

June 4, 2017

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Maribeth Katt and Joanne Poderis, Accompanists


Selections from Liebeslieder Waltzes                        Johannes Brahms  (1833-1897)                                                                                             

     1.  Speak Maiden, whom I love                              

     2.  The waves crash themselves against the rocks

     5.  The green hops vine snakes

     8.  When your gaze rests upon me

     9.  On Danube’s banks  

   15.  The nightingale sings so sweetly

   16.  Love is a dark well

   18.  The bushes are trembling


Two Sacred Songs                                                   Anton Bruckner (1824-1896)

     Virga Jesse (The Rod of Jesse)                                

     Ave Maria (Hail Mary)                                                                


Cantique de Jean Racine                                           Gabriel Fauré  (1845-1924)


Who Shall Win My Lady Fair?                     Robert Lucas De Pearsall  (1795-1856)


Ständchen (Serenade)                                              Franz Schubert  (1797-1828)

  Men of the Chorale

  Margaret Marino and Sandra Simon, Soloists  

Vier Gesänge für Frauenchor (Four Songs)                 Johannes Brahms  (1833-1897)

  1. The harp resounds with wild refrain

  2. Song from Shakespeare

  3. The Gardener

  4. Song of Fingal

Women of the Chorale

Nancy Paterson, Harp

Thomas Park and Nathan Peebles, French Horn


Three Sacred Works                                        Sergei Rachmaninoff  (1873-1943)

    Op. 31, No. 8a and 8b (The Cherubic Hymn)           

    Bogoroditse Devo, raduisya (God-bearing virgin, rejoice)


Three Part Songs, Op. 18                                           Edward Elgar (1857-1934)

    O happy Eyes


    My love Dwelt in a Northern land


Neighbor’s Chorus                                             Jacques Offenbach (1818-1880)

    From La Jolie Parfumeuse

March 12, 2017                     March 19, 2017

Mary Queen of Peace               Church of the Gesu

David Gilson, Artistic Director       Joanne Poderis, Accompanist 

MISSA IN TEMPORI BELLI (Paukenmesse)             Joseph Haydn  1732-1809






         Agnus Dei


Marian Vogel, Soprano

Sandra Ross, Mezzo-soprano

Timothy Culver, Tenor

Brian Keith Johnson, Baritone

REQUIEM FOR THE LIVING                                      Dan Forrest  b. 1978

        Introit – Kyrie                                                                            

        Vanitas Vanitatum                                                                     

        Agnus Dei                                                                                  


        Lux Aeterna                                                                               


Henry Dyck, Boy Soprano

Timothy Culver, Tenor

Songs of the Season

December 4, 2016

David Gilson, Artistic Director    Joanne Poderis, Accompanist 

Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light                           J. S. Bach  (1685-1750)


David’s Song upon Absalom                            Anon., c. 1600, ed. James Dearing


Behold the Star                                                  William L. Dawson  (1899-1990)

Mary Pat Crockford & Rosalyn Gaier, sopranos

Mary Had a Baby                                                                                Dawson 

Ndubuisi Justine, alto


Even When He is Silent                                             Kim André Arnesen (b. 1980)


To Shorten Winter’s Sadness                                     Thomas Weelkes (1576-1623)


Laudi alla Vergine Maria                                            Guiseppe Verdi (1810-1883)

Sopranos and Altos


Hodie Christus Natus Est                               G. Pierluigi da Palestrina  (1524-1594)

Betelehemu (Nigerian Carol)                                                  arr. Barrington Brooks

Marc Kirschenbaum, Dylan Moffitt, Chris Vandall, percussion


Ding Dong Merrily on High                                    arr. Charles Wood (1866-1926)


Snowflakes                                                                                    Seth Houston

Linda White, flute & Kent Collier, cello


Fantasia on Christmas Carols                         Ralph Vaughan Williams  (1872-1958)

Matthew Brennan, baritone & Kent Collier, cello


Dormi Jesu                                                                                            Arnesen

Mary Pat Crockford & Rosalyn Gaier, sopranos


Hine Matov (Hebrew folk song)                                    arr. Neil Ginsberg (b. 1969)

Linda White, flute


Wassail Song                                                                           arr. R.V. Williams


Jingle, Bells                                                                     J. Pierpont (1822-1893)

                                                                      arr. David Willcocks (1919-2015)

Of Operas and Operettas

June 5, 2016

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Joanne Poderis, Accompanist

Natasha Ospina Simmons, Guest Soloist

Hail Poetry                                                             W. S. Gilbert  (1836-1911)

     from Pirates of Penzance  or “The Slave of Duty”       Arthur Sullivan (1842-1900)



Bell Chorus  from Pagliacci                              Ruggero Leoncavallo  (1857-1919)


 Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin                                Richard Wagner  (1813-1883)


Bridegroom and Bride from The Gondoliers                              Gilbert and Sullivan


March of the Toreadors  from Carmen                        Georges Bizet  (1838-1875)


Pilgrims Chorus from Tannhäuser                                                            Wagner


Dance a Cachucha from The Gondoliers                                 Gilbert and Sullivan


Witches’ Chorus from Macbeth                                Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)


Triumphal Scene from Aida                                                                       Verdi


Entr’acte and Chorus “What a joy to be here.…”        Johann Strauss II (1825-1899)

     from Die Fledermaus                                               


Dido’s Lament and Final Chorus                                   Henry Purcell (1659-1695)

     from Dido and Aeneas                                             


Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves from Nabucco                                               Verdi


Huntsmen’s Chorus from Der Freischutz                        C. M. Weber  (1786-1826)


Anvil Chorus from Il Trovatore                                                                    Verdi


Chorus of Peasant Girls from Eugene Onegin            Piotr Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)


Easter Hymn from Cavalleria Rusticana                     Pietro Mascagni (1863-1945)


Make Our Garden Grow from Candide                 Leonard Bernstein  (1918-1990)


Classical MASStery

March 13, 2016

David Gilson, Artistic Director

Marian Vogel – Soprano

Sandra Ross – Mezzo-Soprano

Timothy Culver – Tenor

Brian Keith Johnson - Baritone

Mass in B flat major ‘Theresienmesse’                  Joseph Haydn

I.   Kyrie                                                              (1732-1809)

II.  Gloria in excelsis deo

     Gratias agimus tibi

     Qui tollis

     Quoniam tu solus

III.  Credo in unum Deum

     Et incarnatus est

     Et resurrexit

IV.  Sanctus

V.   Benedictus

VI.  Agnus Dei

      Dona Nobis Pacem

Vesperae solennes de confessore K. 339                W. A.  Mozart

I.   Dixit                                                            (1756-1791)

II.  Confitebor

III.  Beatus vir

IV.  Laudate pueri

V.   Laudate Dominum

VI.  Magnificat



Violin I                                 Cello                                    Trumpet      

Susan Britton                        Linda Atherton                    Heather Zweifel

Diana Pepelea                      Kent Collier                         Erik Sundet

Leah Burtnett                                                                 

                                           Bass                                    Trombone   

Violin II                                Ann Gilbert                         Paul Ferguson

Nancy Patterson                                                            Eric Rowles

Callista Koh                           Clarinet                             J.C. Sherman

Masha Andreini                     Amitai Vardi 

                                          Alix Reinhardt                        Bassoon     

Viola                                                                           Mark DeMio

Alexandra Vago                      Timpani    

Laura Shuster                        Andy Pongracz                                  

Mark Heinzen                                                                   

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