“Laudate” is the Latin word for “praise” and the underlying theme of this final concert of the season. The program will feature sacred and secular works of praise, including the Maurice Duruflé’s rich and melodious “Requiem” for chorus and orchestra. Join us in the spacious acoustic of Ridgewood Park United Methodist Church for this beautiful evening of music.
“A tree of yellow leaves, lit up by the evening sun, like notes that are waiting to be sung. All I do is listen to the tree and let its notes fall into my mind….”
This lovely text by Charles Bennett is representative of this program, which features choral works about nature and also our relationship with the world around us.
“Truly to sing – that is a different breath.” We turn once again to the words of Rainer Maria Rilke for the inspiration for our final concert of the season – a celebration of the joyous art of song. This concert will feature the men and women of Meadows Chorale, Meadows Concert Choir, and Diva Dolce.
This program will look toward the coming season of light and hope. For this concert, we welcome the Plano West High School Chorale as our very special guest artists, alongside Meadows Chorale, Meadows Concert Choir, and Diva Dolce.
In lieu of admission, please make a donation to the North Texas Food Bank, either online at www.ntfb.org or in person at the concert (cash or non-perishable food items). #SingFeedLove
This concert includes some of my favorite and most encouraging repertoire that I've ever sung, including "Will There Really Be a Morning?" and a choral arrangement Psalm 23.
Rilke wrote, “I live my life in widening circles…” The first concert of the season uses this quote as its inspiration, as we explore through the medium of music the idea of committing ourselves to spreading the messages of love, acceptance, and freedom throughout a broken world.
Come out to the Caruth Auditorium at the Owen Arts Center to hear our very last choir concert of the year! Concert Choir will be performing "Hosanna in Excelsis" and Ralph Vaughan Williams' "Serenade to Music." Meadows Chorale will be performing with Flower Mound High School, and Diva Dolca will also perform a selection of music.
This is the culminating project of my dear friend Jesse's graduate work at SMU: a choir concert dedicated to racial justice. A diverse, volunteer choir will present choral works in a variety of styles, from the 10th century to a brand new piece written specially for this concert! There should be something for everyone, and it will definitely be a unique concert you won't want to miss!
I'll be accompanying two people, singing in two group numbers, and singing Grant Olding's "Simply Cinderella" in this performance!
I will be singing a Chinese song 當你 from Taiwanese artist 王心凌!
"Come and join EASA for a culinary trip through East Asia as we serve food from China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, and Thailand! During the night you will be serenaded by wonderful performances throughout your adventure to fill out your passport of flavor."
SMU's next Student Music Theater Showcase is Friday, Oct. 23 in the Taubman Atrium at 7 p.m. Join us for a review of songs from musicals that didn't quite do so well on Broadway. Featuring songs from musicals by Sondheim, Bernstein, Maltby and Shire, Arlen, Friedman and Strouse!