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Choral Ensembles
05.08.22 | Armstrong Concert Hall
Choral Ensembles


In a Time of Loving

Matthew Oltman, director
Vince Peterson, assistant director

Matthew Oltman, director
Constantina Spyropoulos, assistant director
Drew Young, assistant director

Hillary Ridgley director
Noah Wagar, assistant director

Sunday, May 8, 2022 at 2:30 p.m.
Armstrong Concert Hall
Shenandoah Conservatory

Magnificat in D Major, BWV 243

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)

Rachel Balbi, soprano
Maddie Berkle, soprano
Adaugo Ejekwu, soprano
Kristen Sullivan, soprano
Sophia Dove, mezzo-soprano
Maddison Shawkey, alto
Julian Baldwin, tenor
Ethan Smith, tenor
Vince Peterson, baritone

Dina Spyropoulos, graduate conductor
Drew Young, graduate conductor
Noah Wagar, graduate conductor
Matthew Oltman, director

- intermission -

Ego flos campi

Jacob Clemens non Papa (1510–1555)

Nein, Geliebter, setze dich, Neue Liebeslieder, op. 65, No. 13

Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)

Sarah Gorman, piano
Anna Balchunas, piano

Sing, Wearing the Sky

Jake Runestad (b. 1985)

Rachel Lee Zhao, violin

Bright Morning Stars

The Wailin’ Jennys
Traditional Appalachian Song

Hillary Ridgley, conductor
Noah Wagar, graduate assistant
Sarah Gorman, collaborative piano

O Love

Elaine Hagenberg (b. 1979)

Dirait-on from Les Chansons de Roses

Morten Lauridsen (b. 1943)


Joshua Shank (b. 1980)

Vince Peterson, graduate conductor
Dina Spyropoulos, graduate assistant
Drew Young, graduate assistant
Matthew Oltman, director
Sarah Gorman, collaborative piano

Let's Make a Better World

Earl King (1934–2003)
arr. by David von Kampen (b. 1986)

Bailey Kinsella, soloist
Jordan Martineau, soloist
Golder O’Neill, bass
Jacob Blair, drums 

Dina Spyropoulos, conductor
Vince Peterson, collaborative piano

This arrangement is made possible by a generous gift from Rachel Raphael ’19 (M.M. in Church Music).

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