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Date:Sunday, March 11, 2012
Time:4:00 PM
Location:Meng Hall
Featuring:John Alexander Singers
John Alexander, conducting
Soloists:    David Clemensen
Barry Perkins, trumpet • David Clemensen, piano


Dale Warland Always Singing
Morten Lauridsen Chanson Éloignée
Morten Lauridsen O Love, Be Fed with Apples While You May
Joseph Gregorio Love, thricewise
(2009-2010 Young Composers Competition winner)
Norman Dello Joio Come to Me, My Love
Michael Rickelton Pentecost
(2011-2012 Young Composers Competition co-winner)
John Muehleisen When All Is Done
John Muehleisen Snow (The King's Trumpeter)
Samuel Barber To Be Sung on the Water
Eric Whitacre Little Birds
Eric Whitacre Water Night
John Muehleisen Two River Nocturnes
Norman Dello Joio The Bluebird
John Orfe Fire!
(2011-2012 Young Composers Competition co-winner)
Norman Dello Joio Song of the Open Road

Experience the beauty, poignance and power of the American choral tradition, with music by some of today's foremost composers setting remarkable texts by poets including Louise Bogan, Emily Dickinson, Dana Gioia, Langston Hughes, Carl Sandburg, and Walt Whitman. Includes the world premieres of the winning submissions from Pacific Chorale's 2011-2012 Young Composers Competition.

Read the concert program here.