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2019-2020 Season

ASU Choral Ensembles 2019-20 Season. Exploring the power and intricacy of the human voice. Familiar to ground-breaking music. Creating community through song!

Musica Sacra
Tuesday, October 22, 7:30 p.m.
ASU Gammage

Barrett Choir, Chamber Singers and Choral Union
David Schildkret, conductor

Works by Brahms, Liszt, and Rutter, featuring Liszt’s Missa choralis and the Rutter Gloria.

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office (all students free)

 
Music of Brahms and Liszt
Friday, October 25, 4:00 p.m.
Organ Hall

Chamber Singers
David Schildkret, conductor

Geistliches Lied, opus 30, and Schaffe in mir, Gott, opus 29, number 2, by Brahms and the Missa choralis Liszt. (Performance for the American Liszt Society Festival)

Tickets:  $12 at the Herberger Institute Box Office (limited tickets available to the general public;  all students free)

 
Autumn Delights
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 p.m.
Tempe Center for the Arts, 700 W. Rio Salado, Tempe

Arizona Statesmen, Concert Choir, Gospel Choir and Women’s Chorus
Bartlett Evans, Jason Thompson and Erica Glenn, conductors

ASU choirs present a varied program of music in their fall concert.

Tickets: $12 at the Tempe Center Box Office  (all students free)


Mozart’s Kings Coronation Mass and Jupiter Symphony

Tuesday, December 3, 7:30 p.m.
ASU Gammage

Chamber Singers and Choral Union, Chamber Orchestra
Jiji Kim, guitar
David Schildkret and Jeffery Meyer, conductors

The choirs and orchestra present two of Mozart’s most celebrated masterworks. Guitar virtuoso and ASU faculty member Jiji Kim brings a slice of modernity to the concert, performing Hilary Purrington’s 2019 concerto Harp of Nerves.

Tickets: $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


Holiday Choral Gala

Friday, December 6, 7:30 p.m.,
ASU Gammage

Arizona Statesmen, Barrett Choir, Concert Choir, Gospel Choir and Women’s Chorus
Bartlett Evans, David Schildkret, Jason Thompson and Erica Glenn, conductors

Five ASU choral ensembles offer a festive program of seasonal music

Tickets:  $15 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


Guest Artist Series Special Event

Saturday, February 22, 7:30 p.m.,
Organ Hall

Anne-Katherine Olson, soprano
Guillermo Perez, organ

ASU almuna Anne-Kathryn Olsen, soprano, and organetto virtuoso Guillermo Pérez present an intimate look into the early history of accompanied song in Europe, from the splendid organum of Notre Dame and the dramatic ornamented chant of Las Huelgas monastery to the graceful and erotic songs of 14th-century France.

[Ticket policy, pricing, and availability should be the same as for other guest artist recitals]


Barrett Pops

Tuesday, February 25, 7:30 p.m.,
ASU Gammage

Barrett Choir
David Schildkret, conductor

The Barrett Choir presents their annual pops concert on a theme chosen by the students. The program features solo and small group performances prepared by the students along with selections performed by the full choir.

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


Spring Fling

Saturday, March 21, 7:30 p.m.
ASU Gammage

Arizona Statesmen, Concert Choir, Gospel Choir and Women’s Chorus
Bartlett Evans, Jason Thompson and Kiernan Steiner, conductors

Celebrate spring with the ASU Choirs!

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


Many Voices

Saturday, March 28, 7:30 p.m.,
ASU Gammage

Chamber Singers and Choral Union
Kimberly Marshall, organ
David Schildkret, conductor

The program includes works by living women composers and Kodály’s Missa brevis featuring faculty organist Kimberly Marshall

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


April Showers

Monday, April 27, 7:30 p.m.
ASU Gammage

Arizona Statesmen, Barrett Choir, Gospel Choir and Women’s Chorus
Bartlett Evans, Jason Thompson and Kiernan Steiner, conductors

ASU choirs shower you with music to end the 2019-20 school year (and that’s no foolin’)!

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)


Mahler: Symphony No. 2

Thursday, April 30, 7:30 p.m.
ASU Gammage

Chamber Singers, Choral Union, Concert Choir and Symphony Orchestra
Carole FitzPatrick, soprano
Stephanie Weiss, mezzo-soprano
Jeffery Meyer, conductor

The ASU Symphony Orchestra, faculty artists Carole FitzPatrick and Stephanie Weiss, and the ASU Choirs end the 2019-20 season with Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 2.

Tickets:  $12 at the Gammage Box Office  (all students free)

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