The Loomis Chaffee Concert Choir and Chamber Singers will present a Winter Choral Concert on Sunday, January 21, in the Hubbard Performance Hall at 4 p.m. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free of charge.
Under the direction of Susan Chrzanowski, the Thomas Benedict Carter Instructor of Music and head of the Music Department, the two choral groups will perform a program of music that includes selections from a variety of music eras and genres.
Concert Choir program:
"Venite Amanti" by Andriano Banchieri
"Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's "Messiah"
"Ale Brider," an eastern European folk song in Yiddish
"Amparito," a Latin-American piece performed with senior Andrew Donshik and percussion teacher Elliot Wallace on marimba
"Ne Sedi, Djemo," a Bosnian Folk Song
"E Oru O," a Yoruba Greeting based on a Nigerian folk song
"We Go Together" from the Broadway musical Grease
"Why Do Fools Fall In Love?" by Frankie Lymon and Morris Levy, arranged by Deke Sharon
Chamber Singers program:
"Early One Morning," English traditional song, arranged by Adriano Secco
"Bright Morning Star," Kentucky Appalachian folk song, arranged by Fred Squarito
"Juego a que me quemo," traditional Columbian song, arranged by Julian Gomez Giraldo
"The Promised Land," American folk song, arranged by Ronald Staheli
"Mouth Music" by Dolores Keane and John Faulkner
"Pink Panther" by Henry Mancini, arranged by Jay Althouse
A recording of the concert will be available on the parent portal of the school website at a later date.