Fri, Apr 02 | thorntonlive.usc.edu

An Evening with the Choral & Sacred Music program

Registration is Closed
An Evening with the Choral & Sacred Music program

Time & Location

Apr 02, 7:00 PM PDT
thorntonlive.usc.edu

About the Event

The Choral & Sacred Music program presents an evening of choral works featuring the USC Thornton Chamber Singers, USC Thornton Concert Choir, the Apollo and Oriana Choruses, and more.

Program

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“Herald the Day”

Composed by Patrice Rushen

Performed by USC Thornton Chamber Singers, Ensemble Gold

Conducted by Micah Bland

“Laudate Dominum”

Composed by W.A. Mozart

Performed by USC Thornton Concert Choir

Conducted by Hyejin Jung

“OrWEana”

Composed by Shelby Stroud

Performed by USC Thornton Oriana Choir

Conducted by Shelby Stroud

“Der Herr segne euch” 

Composed by J.S. Bach

Performed by USC Thornton Apollo Chorus

Conducted by Stevie J. Hirner

“Te Atua”

Composed by Taipa Kameta of Ngati Rongomai

Performed by USC Thornton Concert Choir

Conducted by Cristian Grases

Bella Allen-Moetaua, soloist

“Blogodop”

Composed by Sydney Guillaume

Performed by USC Chamber Singers, Ensemble Crimson

Conducted by So-Mang Jeagal

“Loy Krathong”

Composed by Pathorn Swasdisuk

Performed by USC Thornton Apollo Chorus

Conducted by Yotsawan Meethongkum

“Maltatala”

Taiwan Bunun Tune, arr. Yu-Shan Chang

Performed by USC Thornton Concert Choir

Conducted by Yen Hsiang Nieh

Guest ensembles: Mingho Junior High School & Juann Choir

Langui Takiludun, Locu Isqaqavut, soloists

“Ikan Kekek”

Traditional Malay, arr. Yu Hang Tan

Performed by USC Thornton Oriana Choir

Conducted by Yu Hang Tan

Registration is Closed