Brown University Chorus: Sempre Allegro Con Brio!

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Concerts Spring 2016:

Chatman, Kodaly, and Rachmaninoff

Frederick Jodry conducts the Brown University Chorus in Kodaly's "Missa Brevis" and his Folksong settings - "Matra Pictures", selections from the St. John Liturgy by Rachmaninoff, and Stephen Chatman's "There is Sweet Music", 3 settings of English Romantic poetry with oboist Kevin Darrow.

The concert is on Friday, March 18th at 8 PM in Sayles Hall. Tickets at the door are $10 for general admission, and $3 for students.

Join us for a wonderful night wandering through the Hungarian countryside, meditating on sweet music with Percy Shelley, and more.

End-of-Year Concert

Works for chorus and percussion, with Brian Calhoon. Featuring Hoag"s "Cicada Songs" and Jean Berger's "Brazilian Psalm".

The concert is on Saturday, April 30th at 8 PM in Sayles Hall. Tickets at the door are $10 for general admission, and $3 for students.

Check the music page for audio from our previous concerts.

Having fun at Roger Williams Park

About

The Brown University Chorus at the University of Habana in Spring 2015

At the University of Habana in Spring 2015

The Brown University Chorus, 55 dedicated singers drawn from all concentrations within the University, is one of the oldest groups on campus. As well as performing regularly in Providence and New England, the choir has earned an international reputation over the past 30 years for the quality of its performances and most recently returned from a 2009 concert tour of Vienna and Prague, adding to their already impressive legacy as university ambassadors. Previous tours include a 2006 tour of Argentina and Uruguay, a 2004 tour of Russia and Finland, a 2002 tour of Costa Rica, and a 1999 tour of Italy. The chorus also enjoyed a 1996 journey through Iberia, a 1993 concert tour of the Mediterranean, with performances in Greece, Israel and Egypt, a three-week concert tour of the USSR and Scandinavia in 1990, and a four-week concert tour of the Pacific Rim, featuring concerts in Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Singapore. In 1979, the Chorus was the first American collegiate performing group to tour China, while in 1976 the group spent one month in India at the invitation of the Indian Government, presenting concerts for Prime Minister Indira Ghandi and Mother Teresa.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Brown University Chorus is to perform contextually appropriate choral works with vocal excellence to provide participants, performers and audience alike, with a platform for discourse, discovery, enlightenment and innovation.