Mosaic

EVENT DETAILS

Date: Friday, March 9, 2018
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Venue: Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City

EVENT DESCRIPTION
Canterbury Voices, Tulsa Oratorio Chorus, and Southwest ACDA Regional Collegiate Honor Choir

The ultimate choral music experience awaits you as three groups join forces for one exciting concert! During the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) Southwest Regional Conference in Oklahoma City, Canterbury’s adult chorus will share the Civic Center stage with the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus and the Southwest ACDA Collegiate Honor Choir. Under the famed Venezuelan conductor, María Guinand, the Southwest ACDA Collegiate Honor Choir (representing a 7 state region) will perform pieces representing music of the Reformation and contemporary and Latin American repertoire. To finish the concert, Canterbury Voices and the Tulsa Oratorio Chorus will perform Mozart’s ambitious and virtuosic choral work, “Mass in C Minor,” accompanied by members of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and conducted by Dr. Randi Von Ellefson.

So much talent on one stage in one evening – enjoy each element in the mosaic of this concert!

Concert Program
Performance by Southwestern American Choral Directors Association Collegiate Honor Choir

María Guinand, Conductor
Charles Koslowske, Collaborative Pianist
*Denotes pieces accompanied by the Oklahoma City University Chamber Ensemble

Crucifixus…………………………………………………………….Antonio Lotti (1667-1740)
Eli! Eli!………………………………………………………………..György Deák-Bárdos (1905-1991)
Misericordias Domini, KV 222*……………………………..W.A. Mozart (1756-1791)
Sacred Heart (Ubi Caritas III)*………………………………Ola Gjeilo (b. 1978)
Kasar Mie La Gaji (The Earth is Tired)……………………Alberto Grau (b. 1937)
El Guayaboso (The Liar)………………………………………..Guido López-Gavilán (b. 1944)
Muié Rendêra*………………………………………………………C.A. Pinto Fonseca (b. 1933)

Performance by Canterbury Voices and Tulsa Oratorio Chorus

Great Mass in C Minor, KV 427 (417a)……………………………W.A. Mozart (1756-1791)

Dr. Randi Von Ellefson, Conductor
Soloists: Meray Boustani, Shannon Salyards, Jeffrey Picón, and Kevin Eckard
Accompanied by the Oklahoma City Philharmonic

Part I
Kyrie Eleison……………………………………………….Soprano I and Chorus

Part II
Gloria in excelsis…………………………………………..Chorus
Laudamus te………………………………………………..Soprano II
Gratias………………………………………………………..Chorus
Domine Deus………………………………………………Soprano I and II
Qui tollis…………………………………………………….Double Chorus
Quoniam…………………………………………………….Soprano I, II, and Tenor
Jesu Christe………………………………………………..Chorus
Cum Sancto Spiritu……………………………………..Chorus

Part III
Credo………………………………………………………..Chorus
Et incarnatus est………………………………………..Soprano I

Part IV
Sanctus……………………………………………………Double Chorus

Part V
Benedictus………………………………………………Soprano I, II, Tenor, and Bass
Hosanna………………………………………………….Chorus

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