Released - March 15, 2010
"Mostly A Cappella" - Eureka College's Spring Concert to be Presented
april 18 - 4:00 pm - Becker auditorium
On Sunday, April 18th at 4:00 p.m. in Becker Auditorium of the Donald B. Cerf Center, the Eureka College Department of Music will present “Mostly A Cappella,” a concert performance of mostly unaccompanied repertoire featuring the Eureka College Chorale and Chamber Singers. The choral ensembles, in preparation for a concert tour through Italy in May of 2010, will perform Williametta Spencer’s At the Round Earth’s Imagined Corners, The Lamb (from Songs of Innocence) by Earl George, Salmo 150 by Ernani Aguiar, a setting of On the Rio by Stephen Hatfield, Papageno and the Prince by Kirke Mechem, Five Canzonets by Jean Berger, The Seal Lullaby by Eric Whitacre, Hosanna by René Clausen, and Missa Secunda, a sixteenth century mass setting by Hans Leo Hassler.
The Eureka College vocal ensembles are directed by Professor of Music, Dr. Joseph D. Henry. The piano accompanist for the Eureka College Chorale is Mrs. Pamela Bates, Assistant Professor of Music at Eureka College.
A reception in Moser Lobby will follow the concert performance.
For more information contact Dr. Joseph D. Henry at 309-467-6397.
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