of UC Davis
Caleb Lewis, director
After a ten-year hiatus, the Chamber Singers of UC Davis return to the stage on November 28. Re-established by the direction of Caleb Lewis, lecturer and director of choirs, the singers perform at a special time, 5 p.m., at the Ann E. Pitzer Center.
The diverse program includes “Gaudete!” and “Hallelujah, Fly Away” by Brian Kogler, “Drei geistliche Chöre,” op. 37 by Johannes Brahms, ”Liturgy for Three Voices,” No. 2 by Dmitry Stepanovych Bortniansky, ”Messe Basse” by Gabriel Fauré, “O Pure Virgin” by St. Nektarios of Aegina arranged by graduate student Aida Shirazi, ”Ain’t a That Good News!” by William L. Dawson, ”Saints Bound for Heaven” an anonymous traditional hymn, ”Cantate Domino” by Rupert Lang, “Gloria in excelsis” by Will Todd and ”Make a Joyful Noise” by Rollo Dilworth.
This free performance was previously scheduled as a Shinkoskey Noon Concert on November 29.