The University of Jamestown Department of Music will present a concert featuring the UJ Chapel Choir, UJ Chamber Orchestra, and Valley City Civic Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 14 in Voorhees Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.
The Chapel Choir, the University’s women’s choir, will perform Eleanor Daley’s “The Cloths of Heaven,” Bach’s “Wir Eilen mit Schwachen,” Rachmaninoff’s “Nochka (Night),” “The Water is Wide” arranged by UJ graduate Jeff Prentice, “At the River” arranged by Aaron Copland, and “Climbin’ Up the Mountain, Children!” arranged by Rollo Dilworth. The Chapel Choir performs under the direction of Aaron McDermid.
The combined orchestras will perform Saint-Saens’ “Introduction and Royal March of the Lions,” “Finale” from Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No. 5,” Horner’s “Music from Apollo 13,” music from “Amadeus!,” Desmond’s “Take Five,” and “Finale” from Respighi’s “Pines of Rome.” The orchestras perform under the direction of Dr. James Adams and Dr. Laura Zamzow.
The concert will also feature Erin Delo and Christopher Koppinger on cello performing “Allegro” from Vivaldi’s “Concerto in G Minor” and James Adams and David Burgess on trombone performing “Four Preludes” by Dmitri Shostakovich.
Chapel Choir members are Katianne Brockpahler, Beth Champa, Chelsey Cotney, Hannah Heilman, Ashley Hemgren, Lindsey Herness, Jessamine Julian, Alison Kassian, Valerie Kerner, Alexis Martinson, Savannah Richards, Savannah Schafer, Heather Sobolik and Carley Ward.
Orchestra members are James Adams, Terry Baltrusch, Tayren Ben-Abraham, Timothy Bratton, Rosalyn Bruhschwein, David Burgess, Rick Clark, Erin Delo, Molly Ecker, Martin Gonzalez Heredia, Emily Greuel, Hannah Grossman, Theresa Haag, Reid Halvorson, Nikki Hanson, Troy Hanson, Valerie Kerner, Erin Klein, Christopher Koppinger, Gilbert Kuipers, Annika Lind, Mikey Meester, Cole Musland, Ariel Oster, Brooke Paulson, Hannah Paulson, Sarah Paulson, Ryan Pfau, Bruce Rau, Jennifer Redfearn, Katie Roehm, Sarah Schuster, Trisha Sem, Hilde Van Gijssel, Katie Woehl, Laurel Woiwode and Laura Zamzow.