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JUNE Sunday 9th June  4:30pm Sunday Recital Tredici Chamber Choir Conductor: Richard Thomas Sacred Music by Palestrina, Durufle & Desenclos Palestrina – Missa Brevis Durufle – Ubi Caritas & Tantum Ergo Desenclos – Nos Autem & Salve Regina Palestrina – Exsultate Deo Tredici was established by Richard Thomas in December 2004, to sing at the Leprosy Mission Carol Service at St Giles-in-the-Fields, Holborn. There were 13 singers in the choir at that first event – hence Tredici. St Giles is still where we rehearse for just one hour a week, on Monday lunchtimes. Over the past 14 years the choir's membership has evolved into the current group of around 35 members, all of whom are experienced singers drawn from a variety of leading London choirs including the Philharmonia Chorus, the BBC Symphony Chorus and the London Symphony Chorus. Most of our concerts are performed a cappella but since 2015 we have put on an annual Spring concert at St James’s Piccadilly, with orchestra. In March 2020 we plan to perform Brahms’ Requiem, in the chamber version orchestrated by Joachim Linckelmann. This concert marks Tredici’s 79th concert performance. Admission free, suggested donation £8       _____________________________________________________________ Thursday 13th June 1:10pm Lunchtime concert Waukee High School (USA) International Tour Choir Palestrina - Dixit Maria Victoria - Jesu Dulcis Memoria Carissimi - Plorate Filii Israel Palestrina - Sicut Servus Viadana - Exultate Justi Tallis - If Ye Love Me Purcell - Thou Knowest Lord Rheinberger - Abendlied Parker/Shaw - Hark I Hear the Harps Eternal Paulus - Road Home Hogan - This Little Light Pfautsch - Musick’s Empire The Waukee High School Choir Department is excited to offer its first international choir tour.  Waukee High School has a strong tradition of excellence, and has twice been selected to send ensembles to national conventions for the American Choral Directors Association.  Students from all six curricular choirs are represented in the touring ensemble.  More than 325 students participate in choir on a daily basis at Waukee High School.  The students who participate in this touring ensemble have learned the music in weekly rehearsals outside the school day, demonstrating a clear commitment to their continued participation in music. Jeff Knutson is the head choir director at Waukee High School, a program of over 325 students with six curricular choirs, three show choirs, and two jazz choirs.  Mr. Knutson completed his undergraduate degree at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa before completing his master's degree in choral conducting at Michigan State University.  Before he was hired by the Waukee Community School District, Mr. Knutson taught at Iowa City West High School, Bettendorf High School, and Boone High School.  Mr. Knutson lives in Waukee, Iowa with his wife Shannon and their dog, Decorah. Kathryn Mosiman is the Associate Choir Director at Waukee High School. Before teaching at Waukee, Ms. Mosiman taught at Athlos Leadership Academy in Brooklyn Park, MN and East Sac County Community Schools in Lake View, IA.  She also served as the Choir Director at First Presbyterian Church in Hudson, WI. Ms. Mosiman completed her undergraduate degree in music education from Iowa State University and went on to complete her masters degree in choral conducting at Michigan State University.  Ms. Mosiman resides in West Des Moines, IA where she enjoys cheering on the Iowa State Cyclones with her family and friends. Admission free       _____________________________________________________________ Saturday 15th June  7:00pm Loyola Marymount University Choruses (USA) Dr. Mary Breden, conductor Brightest and Best - arr. Shawn Kirchner Ave Verum - Colin Mawby Requiem (excerpts):  Introit, Kyrie - Maurice Duruflé The Ground - Ola Gjeilo Nigra sum - Pablo Casals O Lord God - Paul Tschesnokoff Toward the Unknown Region - Ralph Vaughan Williams Cantate Domino (Kantu jaunari kantu berria) - Josu Elberdin Sure on This Shining Night - Morten Lauridsen Down in the Valley - arr. George Mead A Red, Red Rose - James Mulholland Song from the Road - Craig Hella Johnson The Promise of Living - Aaron Copland LOYOLA MARYMOUNT UNIVERSITY is one of twenty-eight Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. Combining two great traditions of higher education, those associated with "Jesuit" and "Marymount", LMU is committed to the encouragement of learning and the education of the whole person through a foundation of the liberal arts. This philosophy underscores the work done within each of the university's six colleges and schools: Communication and Fine Arts, Film and Television, Liberal Arts, Business Administration, Science and Engineering, and Education. Choral music has a long history of excellence at Loyola Marymount University. One of three choruses, The Concert Choir provides singing opportunities for a broad cross section of the university community. Students, faculty, chorus alumni and community members make up the membership each year. The smaller more select groups, the Consort Singers and the Women’s Chorus, are made up only of students, about half of who are music majors. The LMU choruses have performed in a variety of venues including Carnegie Hall, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, as well as regional and national conventions sponsored by the American Choral Directors. DR. MARY C. BREDEN is Director of Choral Activities and Chair of the Department of Music at Loyola Marymount University. A member of the music faculty at LMU since 1992, Breden has also taught in both the choral and music education programs at San Jose State University and The University of Texas at Austin. Active as a choral clinician, adjudicator and guest conductor, Breden is a Past President of the Western Division of the American Choral Directors Association. She has been a member of the Education and Community Outreach Committee for the Los Angeles Master Chorale as well as the California Music Educators Association, the Southern California Vocal Association, the National Collegiate Choral Association and the International Federation of Choral Music. Admission free       _____________________________________________________________      
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