Choral Union to perform Sunday, May 3

The Choral Union of Ripon College will present their spring concert on Sunday, May 3. The performance will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts. Admission is free and open to the public.

Program selections include “Let their celestial concerts all unite,” from “Sampson,” by George Frideric Handel; “Dona nobis pacem,” from “Mass in B Minor,” by Johann Sebastian Bach; “Sancta Maria, mater Dei,” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; “Cantique de Jean Racine,” by Gabriel Fauré; “Hallelujah,” from “Christ on the Mount of Olives,” by Ludwig van Beethoven; “Rejoice in the Lamb,” by Benjamin Britten, with soloists Linda DeCramer, Alison Otto, Bruce King and Randy Zieth; and spirituals, featuring soloist Chris Beger.

John C. Hughes, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, is the conductor; Maria Kaiser Dietrich is pianist and organist.

Members of the Choral Union are:

  • Soprano: Mikey Ambrowiak ’18 of Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Rachel Bechtel of Green Lake; Emily Connovich ’15 of Marinette, Wisconsin; Linda DeCramer ’89 of Princeton, Wisconsin; Margaret Goodwin ’18 of Port Washington, Wisconsin; Rebecca McLain ’18 of Morristown, New Jersey; Erin Mueller of Ripon, Wisconsin; Stephanie Nilsen ’18 of Waukesha, Wisconsin; Alexandra Peter ’17 of Rhinelander, Wisconsin; Emily Rausch ’16 of Deerfield, Wisconsin; Viri Vega ’15 of Avalon, California; Cecelia Ward ’18 of Coldwater, Michigan; Sophie Widman ’18 of Boulder Creek, California; Rebekah Wright ’18 of Waupaca, Wisconsin.
  • Alto: Selma Brophy of Ripon, Wisconsin; Susi Cavness of Appleton, Wisconsin; Diane Christenson of Ripon, Wisconsin; Lynn Grout of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Rachel Kolodziej ’18 of Oak Park, Illinois; Katherine Lasee ’15 of De Pere, Wisconsin; Kay Luling ’16 of West Allis, Wisconsin; Brittany Mangin ’17 of Manitowoc, Wisconsin; Barb Mitchell of Ripon, Wisconsin; Marie Muenzer of Bonn, Germany; Lydia Nelson ’18 of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin; Alison Otto ’08 of Appleton, Wisconsin; Yvanka Rivera ’18 of Chicago, Illinois; Christal Sakrison of Ripon, Wisconsin; Gail Schippman of Green Lake, WI; Kathleen Smith ’15 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Maddison Vega ’18 of Kenosha, Wisconsin.
  • Tenor: Christopher Beger ’17 of Lyons, Illinois; Mark Kasuboski of Berlin, Wisconsin; Bruce King ’15 of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Mike Lainberger ’18 of Markesan, Wisconsin; Allwin McDonald ’17 of Millbank, South Dakota; Jim Mueller of Ripon Wisconsin, Mike Mueller of Berlin, Wisconsin; Ralph Polasky of Ripon Wisconsin, Bob Rosenberg of Ripon, Wisconsin.
  • Bass: Brett Bork ’89 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Soren Hauge of Ripon, Wisconsin; Charles Huibregtse of Berlin, Wisconsin; John Koch of Ripon, Wisconsin; James McMillan of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Calvin Manuel ’16 of Appleton, Wisconsin; George Mbatia ’18 of Nairobi, Kenya; Justus Paul of Green Lake, Wisconsin; John Roesch of Ripon, Wisconsin; Benjamin Valdez-Hempel ’17 of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Tom Yankowski, of Berlin, Wisconsin; Carl Ziebell of Ripon, Wisconsin; Randy Zieth of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Daniel Zipperer ’18 of Necedah, Wisconsin.

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