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Summer Chorus Concert: UMD Choral Activities

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Summer Chorus Concert: UMD Choral Activities

College of Arts and Humanities | The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center Saturday, July 27, 2024 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Dekelboum Concert Hall

ABOUT THE EVENT

David Mann and Trevor Tran, conductors
Missy Curl, soprano
Jessica Harika, mezzo-soprano
Chris Alfonso, tenor
Henrique Carvalho, baritone

The University of Maryland Summer Chorus is a campus and community chorus available to anyone who wishes to sing. This year, UMD Summer Chorus will tackle Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, a choral masterwork that has provided comfort and solace to many since its creation. The program will also feature Fanny Hensel’s contrasting cantatas: Hiob explores human suffering as a test of faith and Lobgesang is a joyful celebration of birth.

Learn more about summer chorus, and register to participate here.

ABOUT UMD CHORAL ACTIVITIES

Led by choral conducting alumnus Jason Max Ferdinand D.M.A. ’15, UMD's choral program is internationally regarded and offers students a wide array of choral experiences with music encompassing all styles and eras. In addition to this season’s on campus performances, the UMD Concert Choir participates in annual collaborations with both the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at premier venues including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall and Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.

Add to Calendar 07/27/24 8:00 PM 07/27/24 10:00 PM America/New_York Summer Chorus Concert: UMD Choral Activities

ABOUT THE EVENT

David Mann and Trevor Tran, conductors
Missy Curl, soprano
Jessica Harika, mezzo-soprano
Chris Alfonso, tenor
Henrique Carvalho, baritone

The University of Maryland Summer Chorus is a campus and community chorus available to anyone who wishes to sing. This year, UMD Summer Chorus will tackle Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem, a choral masterwork that has provided comfort and solace to many since its creation. The program will also feature Fanny Hensel’s contrasting cantatas: Hiob explores human suffering as a test of faith and Lobgesang is a joyful celebration of birth.

Learn more about summer chorus, and register to participate here.

ABOUT UMD CHORAL ACTIVITIES

Led by choral conducting alumnus Jason Max Ferdinand D.M.A. ’15, UMD's choral program is internationally regarded and offers students a wide array of choral experiences with music encompassing all styles and eras. In addition to this season’s on campus performances, the UMD Concert Choir participates in annual collaborations with both the National Symphony Orchestra and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at premier venues including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall and Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.

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Free, no tickets required.