Penn State Women's Chorale performs Nov. 16

November 14, 2014

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The Penn State Women's Chorale will present its annual fall concert at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 16, in Esber Recital Hall. The choir's program includes works by Czech composer Antonín Dvořák and American composers Gwyneth Walker, Ron Nelson, and Vincent Persichetti.

The Women's Chorale is conducted by Professor Jayne Glocke. Joining the choir is collaborative pianist Svetlana Rodionova and special guests Cynthia Vong, flute, and Kevin Eppinger, marimba. Tickets are $4.99 general admission, $2 students (available at the door).


Dyby Byla Kosa Nabrosena “The Slighted Heart” (from Moravian Duets, Op. 32 B. 62) - Antonín Dvořák

Adoramus te, Christe - Orlando di Lasso

The Name is Changeless (from Songs for Women's Voices) - Gwyneth Walker

Gretchen am Spinnrade, Op.2, D. 118 - Franz Schubert, arranged by Frederick Davis

He's Gone Away (from Three Mountain Ballads) - arranged by Ron Nelson

Winter Cantata for Women's Chorus, Flute and Marimba - Vincent Persichetti

Go Where I Send Thee! - arranged by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory

The 50-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.


Last Updated November 19, 2014