Women's Chorale to perform concert on Sunday, Nov. 17

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Women's Chorale will present its annual fall concert, featuring compositions by Mozart, Kodály and Brahms, at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, in Esber Recital Hall. The choir is conducted by Jayne Glocke and accompanied by Svetlana Rodionova. Cantate, a chamber choir of Women's Chorale members will also perform. Cantate is conducted by Penn State senior Andrew Roberts.

Tickets are $4.99 for the general public and $2 for students. Tickets are available at the door approximately 30 minutes prior. This concert is also available through live streaming video at the Penn State School of Music.


A Girl's Garden (from Frostiana) by Randall Thompson
Fire, Fire My Heart by Thomas Morley
Ich weiss nicht, Op. 113, no. 11 and Wenn die Klänge nahn, Op. 113, no.7 by Johannes Brahms
Ladybird and Esti dal by Zoltán Kodály
Yo le canto todo el dia by David Brunner
Act I, Scene I (from The Magic Flute) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (with Andrew Roberts, tenor)

The 75-voice Women's Chorale is composed of women representing nearly every major at University Park. The chorale performs choral literature from the medieval to modern eras. Enrollment is by audition with the conductor.

Cantate is a small ensemble selected out of the Women's Chorale membership. The group consists of 16 to 25 singers and focuses on chamber literature. The group performs at all Women's Chorale concerts as well as at selected campus events. Enrollment is by audition with the conductor.

Last Updated November 07, 2013