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The Western Reserve Chorale


New Singers Welcome!



7:15-9:30 p.m.

Sept. - May

Church of the Gesu

2470 Miramar Blvd

University Hts.


2018-19 Season


Sun. Dec. 9 2018, 7:00 p.m.

at Church of the Gesu,

2470 Miramar Boulevard, University Heights



"Welcome Yule": Hubert Parry
"Dixit Maria": Hans Leo Hassler
"Ecce Panis Angelicum": Luc Jakobs
"Benedicamus Domino": Peter Warlock
"Hallelujah, Amen": George F. Handel
"Still, Still, Still": Luc Jakobs
"Here is the little Door": Herbert Howells
"Christmas Day in the Morning": Roy Ringwald (arr.)
Greensleves: Bob Chilcott
"Gloria" from Misa Criolla: Ariel Ramirez (arr. Jesus Segade)
Carol from an Irish Cabin: Dale Wood
"Magnificat": Robert Landes


"Wenceslas": Bob Chilcott

soloists: Marian Vogel (mezzo-soprano) and Brian Johnson (baritone)
SATB chorus, piano and brass ensemble




Sunday March 24, 2019, 3:00 p.m.


at Maltz Performing Arts Center,

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland OH


The Esterhazy Legacy


Missa Santi Nicholai:  Joseph Haydn
Mass In C:  Ludwig van Beethoven

 soloists: Marian Vogel (soprano), Joanne Uniatowski (mezzo-soprano)
JR Frohlik (tenor) and Brian Johnson (baritone)




Sunday June 2, 2019, 3:30 p.m.


at Church of the Gesu,

2470 Miramar Boulevard, University Heights


sonic sunrise - music of the spheres


Ola Gjeilo: Sunrise Mass

with String Orchestra.


The second half of the program comprises 10 choral settings


of poems by e e cummings


to celebrate the 125th anniversary of his birth


"as is the sea marvelous":  Matthew Lyon Hazzard
"i carry your heart with me": Z. Randall Stroope
"i carry your heart with me":  David C. Dickau
"in time of daffodils":  David C. Dickau
"maggie and milly and molly and may":  Eric Whitacre
the moon is hiding in her hair":  Mark Burrows
"flower songs" (Cantata No. 6):  Vincent Persichetti
I. "flowers of stone:  
III. "early flowers":  
"i thank you god":  Gwyneth Walker
:sun, moon, stars, rain": David Brunner
"when god decided to invent": Joshua Shank

and a setting of a poem by Emily Dickinson:

"The Moon is Distant from the Sea":  David N. Childs