We wish you all a very Happy New Year …. here’s a little something from us to you… https://www.timknightmusic.com/post/a-gift-of-a-prayer-for-the-new-year
Singers, start 2021 with a resolution you’ll enjoy—singing, in a totally new experience.
Singers interested in challenging their vocal skills are invited to audition for Elmhurst Choral Union.
Membership is open to singers with previous choral experience or the ability to read music.
For information and assistance in submitting a video audition, use the contact page at elmhurstchoralunion.org.
Audition video submission deadline is January 26. Rehearsals begin virtually on Tuesday evening, February 2. Rehearsals will be virtual until in-person group singing is possible.
Elmhurst Choral Union is an outstanding volunteer chorus, performing classical masterworks and great choral music of all eras, usually with professional orchestra and soloists.
During the month of October I was been proud to present my setting of “O magnum mysterium” during the national assembly of Italian Choir Directors.
I wrote this piece as a tribute to Morten Lauridsen, because his music inspired me a lot and make me decided to start my career as composer, about ten years ago.
I hope you can like my piece. You can find sheet music on JW Pepper Music, typing my name and the title of the song.
If you want to listen to my music, please visit my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6hP0quSl3GmbSSXnROCl0A
Do not esitate to contact me on my email addresse that you can find in my website (www.giuliodecarlocomposer.com) if you want to plan something with me during this winter break, hoping that the situation for all of us will be better as soon as possible.
A seasonal offer for all to enjoy!
(excludes already on offer)
Mansfield University Music Department presents
“With Liberty and Justice for All”
featuring Festival Chorus, Grace Notes, Steadman Singers, Chamber Singers, Concert Choir
Directed by Peggy Dettwiler
Recorded in rehearsals on campus in October, 2020
Mansfield University is proud to present “With Liberty and Justice for All,” a concert featuring fourteen selections sung by five choral ensembles with introductory readings. The theme is based upon the last words of The Pledge of Allegiance.
The program includes works composed or arranged by Reed, Foster, Levine, Dunphy, Walker, Bestor, Simon, Thompson, Abu-Khader & de Quadros, Bruckner, Barnwell, Luboff, Staheli, and Wertsch.