Ripon College Choral Union will perform Dec. 4
Ripon College Choral Union will perform Sunday, Dec. 4, on the campus. The concert will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts, on the campus. There is no admission charge, and it is open to the public.
Selections include: “Awake the Harp” from “The Creation,” by Haydn; “Song of the Open Road,” by Norman Dello Joio, with Jessica Jensen on trumpet; “Saul,” by Egil Hovland, with Selma Brophy, narrator; “If Love Should Count You Worthy,” by James Quitman Mulholland, with Andrew Parks, horn; “Adijo, Kerida,” a Sephardic folksong; “J’entends le moulin,” a French Canadian folk song; and “Zion’s Walls,” a Sacred Harp tune, adapted by Aaron Copland.
Performers include numerous area community members and Ripon College students:
Soprano: Franceska Bellerud ’20, De Pere, Wisconsin; Hannah Boyum ’20, Peterson, Minnesota; Erin Canon ’17, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; Heidi DeCaluwe ’20, Jackson, Wisconsin; Callista DeCramer ’20, Princeton, Wisconsin; Jordan Diehm ’20, Barneveld, Wisconsin; Jada Hayden ’20, Chicago, Illinois; Bailey Jerrick ’20, Stoughton, Wisconsin.
Alto: Maitlin Arts ’19, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Erin Barrie ’20, Hartford, Wisconsin; Madeleine Craig ’20, West Bend, Wisconsin; Courtni Featherly ’17, Trego, Wisconsin; Cori Fredericks ’19, Appleton, Wisconsin; Emily Janssen ’19, Mayville, Wisconsin; Natsumi Jimenez ’20, Chicago, Illinois; Rachel Joas ’20, Larsen, Wisconsin; Rachel Kolodziej ’18, Oak Park, Illinois; Lydia Nelson ’18, Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Elizabeth Paur ’20, Delavan, Wisconsin; Maddison Vega ’18, Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Tenor: Killian Chamberlain ’20, Beloit, Wisconsin; Riley Erickson ’19, Nekoosa, Wisconsin; Ethan Freiermuth ’19, Prairie Farm, Wisconsin; Adrian Granados ’20, Ripon, Wisconsin; Max Mindiola ’20, Waukesha, Wisconsin; Todd Petersen ’19, Emerald, Wisconsin.
Bass: Jimmy Balistreri ’19, Plymouth, Wisconsin; Nathan Chastek ’20, Spooner, Wisconsin; Richard Doubek ’18, Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin; Mitchell Eithun ’17, New London, Wisconsin; Brenden Finley ’19, Elkhorn, Wisconsin; Gavin Jones ’20, Oxford, Wisconsin.
John C. Hughes, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities, is the conductor; and Maria Kaiser Dietrich will accompany on piano and organ.
(Photo: John C. Hughes)
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