–NOVEMBER 1, 2013–solo setting of”Sigh No More, Ladies,” a setting of the text from MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, premiered by soprano Vanessa Vega
–NOVEMBER 9 and 10, 2013–Song cycle “Here, Bullet,” poems by Brian Turner written during his tour of duty in Iraq. Sung by Les Green with the Willamette Master Chorus on their Veteran’s Day concert, “A Just and Lasting Peace.”
Singing the national anthem at sporting events and other community events can be both an important community service and a chance to present your singers to large audiences.
Border, SATB, organ
Away In A Manger, SATB, unaccompanied
The Truth From Above, SATB, organ
There is no Rose,SATB div., drums, tanpura
Sixty-Two Insults (from Shakespeare), SA/SA with piano
Song of a Dream, SSATB unaccompanied
The True Lover’s Farewell, SA(T)B, piano
The Steady Light, SSAA, TTBB, SATB div., unaccompanied
–Upcoming residency with the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers for concerts featuring a new piece, a setting of [IF YOU CAN READ THIS] by Kathleen Flenniken, as well as several other pieces on February 21 and 23.
–A setting of “Elixir of the Solar Spectrum” by Carla Shafer for the Bellingham Chamber Chorale on June 7, 2013
There are available slots for commissions for 2014. Email Reg