The Sunday concert on March 16th will feature three of the University of Nebraska's larger choirs: the Women' Chorale, the All-Collegiate Choir, and the Varsity Men's Chorus. All ensembles are open to singers from across the UNL campus and all possess rich histories of fine choral singing. The literature presented will span many centuries and feature works by long-time renowned composers such as Franz Joseph Hayden, Robert Schumann, Antonio Vivaldi, and Edward Elgar in addition to current or 20th-Century well-known composers like Morton Lauridsen, René Clausen, and Randall Thompson. The concert will also include student vocal soloists, instrumentalists, and at least one brand new first-performance of a choral work. The concert is in Kimball Recital Hall on the UNL campus at 3pm and tickets are available at the door. The concert is free for UNL students. Conductors will be Matthew Hill, Kyungouk Ko, Therees Hibbard, Scott Rieker, and Pete Eklund and will be in the neighborhood of one hour in length.
Additional Public Info: General Admission $5; Students/Seniors $3