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Six Centuries of Music.


The repertoire for each concert by season is listed here in reverse chronological order.

 2019-20202018-2019 | 2017-2018 | 2016-20172015-2016 | 2014-2015 | 2013-2014 | 2012-2013 | 2011-2012 | 2010-2011 | 2009-2010


2019-2020 Season

Hope (February 29, 2020)

  • ​Bridge Over Trouble Water, Paul Simon, arr. Kirby Shaw
  • Cells Planets, Erika Lloyd, arr. Vince Peterson
  • Paratum Cor Ejus (Come, Sing and Be Joyful), Antonio Vivaldi, arr. Linda Spevacek, from Beatus Vir
  • Do You Hear How Many You Are?, Keane Southard
  • Hallelujah, George F. Handel, arr. Mervyn Warren, Michael O. Jackson and Mark Kibble, adapted by John Higgins, from Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration
  • Hope for the World, Jacob Narverud, poem by Robert Bode
  • Inscription of Hope, Z. Randall Stroope
  • A Mother's Prayer, Melissa Manchester and Karen Taylor-Good, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • The Music of Stillness, Elaine Hagenberg, poem by Sara Teasdale
  • Please Stay, Jake Runestad
  • The Storm is Passing Over, Charles Albert Tindley, arr. Barbara W. Baker
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / Follow the River, trad. Affrican-American spiritual, arr. Ron Kean, from The Journey of Harriet Tubman
  • True Colors, Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly, arr. Matthew Brown
  • Ubi Caritas, Ola Gjeilo
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Pure Imagination (November 23, 2019)

  • Balloon Interludes, Lauren Spevelko
  • City Called Heaven, trad. African-American spiritual, arr. Rollo Dilworth
  • Il est bel et bon, Pierre Passereau, arr. John Leavitt
  • Imagine, John Lennon, arr. Paris Rutherford
  • Jingle Bells, James Lord Pierpont, arr. Joe Ambrisio
  • Light of a Clear Blue Morning, Dolly Paron, arr. Craig Hella Johnson
  • Long, Long Ago, Thomas Haynes Bayly, arr. Dan Forrest
  • Meadowlark, Stephen Schwartz, arr. Mac Huff, from The Baker's Wife
  • Nothing New Under the Sun, Ashi Day
  • Nucracker Suite Excerpts: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies, Russian Dance, Waltz of the Flowers, Pyotr Tchaikovsky, arr. Michele Weir, Jeff Funk, and Kirk Averitt
  • Pure Imagination, Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Sogno di Volare, Christopher Tin
  • Winter, Joshua Shank​
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2018-2019 Season

Considering Matthew Shepard (June 1 and 2, 2019)

  • ​Considering Matthew Shepard, Craig Hella Johnson, text by Michael, Dennis Browne, Lesléa Newman, Craig Hella Johnson and other sources

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Love of My Soul (February 9, 2019)

  • All You Need Is Love / Shower the People, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, James Taylor, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Fresh and Fearless, Daniel Elder, poem by Sara Teasdale
  • The Ground, Ola Gjeilo
  • Hallelujah, Ludwig van Beethoven, from Mount of Olives
  • High Flight, Mark Hayes, poem by John Gillespie Magee, Jr.
  • I love my love, Cornish Folkson, arr. Gustav Holst
  • My Romance, Richard Rodgers, words by Lorenz Hart, arr. Greg Jasperse
  • Nothin' Gonna Stumble My Feet, Greg Gilpin
  • Ordinary Boy, Craig Hella Johnson, additional text by Judy Shepard, Matt Shepard
  • Song to the Moon (La Luna), Z. Randall Stroope, based on a poem by Jaroslov Kvapil
  • We Tell Each Other Stories / I am Open, Craig Hella Johnson
  • When Memory Fades, Jayne Southwick Cool, arr. Eric Nelson
  • You're Gonna Love Tomorrow / Love Will See Us Through, Stephen Sondheim​, from Follies

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Sacred, Too (November 3, 2018)

  • But Ere We This Perform, Henry Purcell, from Dido and Aeneas
  • ​Cattle, Horses, Sky and Grass, Craig Hella Johnson, words by John D. Nesbitt, Sue Wallis, and Craig Hella Johnson, from Considering Matthew Shepard
  • Dirshu Adonai, Kenneth and Kirsten Lampl, Psalm 105:4
  • Fire of the Ancient Heart, Craig Hella Johnson and Tom Burritt, words by Craig Hella Johnson and Michael Dennis Browne, from Considering Matthew Shepard
  • Geistliches Lied, Johannes Brahms
  • Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Kevin A. Memley
  • Kyrie, Antonin Dvorak, arr. Jay Rouse
  • Regina coeli, K. 276, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Seek him that maketh the seven stars, Jonathan Dove, Amos 5:8, Psalm 139
  • Song of Gratitude, Craig Hella Johnson
  • Thulalila Lele, trad. African Song, arr. John Englert
  • Tshotsholoza, trad. South African, adapted for SATB by Jeffery L. Ames
  • When Peace Like A River, Philip Bliss, arr. Dale Grotenhuis

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2017-2018 Season

Dressed to Sing (May 19, 2018)

  • Beautiful Girls, Stephen Sondheim, from Follies
  • Bohemian Rhapsody, Freddie Mercury, arr. Mark Brymer, Glenn Carlos
  • Celia, William Hawley, poem by Thomas Carew
  • Glitter and Be Gay, Leonard Bernstein, from Candide
  • Habanera, Georges Bizet, from Carmen
  • Hodja, Todd Rundgren, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Lovers Love the Spring, David C. Dickau, William Shakespeare, from As You Like It
  • Matona, mia cara, Orlande de Lassus
  • Monte Carlo, Ross Wright
  • O Mistress Mine, David C. Dickau, William Shakespeare, from Twelfth Night
  • She Walks in Beauty, Kevin A. Memley, poem by Lord Byron
  • Silvia, David C. Dickau, William Shakespeare, from The Two Gentlement of Verona
  • Travelin' Train, Rollo Dilworth, based on the poem Travel by Edna St. Vincent Millay
  • Votre Toast (The Toreador Song), Georges Bizet, from Carmen

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One Peace (March 10, 2018)

  • Abide, Dan Forrest
  • All of Us, Craig Hella Johnson, from Considering Matthew Shepard
  • Armistice 1918 (Everyone Sang), Craig Carnahan, poem by Sigfried Sassoon
  • Convergence: A Jazz Vespers, Shelly Berg
  • Dona nobis pacem, Johan Sebastian Bach, from Mass in B Minor BWV 232Earthsong, Frank Ticheli
  • How lovely are the messengers, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, from St. Paul, Op. 36
  • Inscription of Hope, Z. Randall Stroope
  • little man in a hurry, Eric Whitacre, poem by E.E. Cummings
  • Stand in the Light, Stephan Moccio and Laurent Christy, arr. Roger Emerson
  • Unclouded Day, Rev. J.K. Alwood, arr. Shawn Kirchner
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A Morning Like This (December 2, 2017)

  • Adam Lay yBounden, Sheldon Curry, 15th century Medieval poem
  • Hallelujah Chorus, Handel, arr. Mervyn Warren, Michael O. Jackson, Mark Kibble
  • Let It Snow, Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Let the River Run, Carly Simon, arr. Criag Hella Johnson
  • Love Came Down At Christmas, Page Williams, poem by Christina Rossetti - World Premier
  • A Love Song for Christmas, John P. Timmerman, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • O Come, All Ye Faithful, John Francis Wade, arr. Dan Forrest
  • Pat-a-pan, trad. French Burgundian carol, arr. David Conte
  • The Rose that Bare Jesu, 14th century carol, Ron Kean
  • Sanctus, Steve Dobrogosz
  • See, Amid Winter's Snow, John Goss, arr. Dan Forrest
  • Silent Night, Franz Grüber, arr. Ruth Elaine Schram
  • Sunrise, Michael Hennagin, text by Walt Whitman
  • Sure On This Shining Night, Morten Lauridsen, poem by James Agee
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