Ripon College Choral Union will perform Dec. 3

The Ripon College Choral Union will perform Sunday, Dec. 3, on the campus. The concert will begin at 3:15 p.m. in Demmer Recital Hall, C.J. Rodman Center for the Arts.

The program will include:

“Domine, ad adjuvandum me festina,” by Giovanni Battista Martini, with soloists Rachel Myers ’21 of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Todd Petersen ’19 of Emerald, Wisconsin; Luke Dretske ’21 of Berlin, Wisconsin; and Jessica Miles ’21 of Lancaster, Wisconsin; “Five Mystical Songs,” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, with baritone soloist Owen Reynolds ’18 of Wales, Wisconsin; “Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen,” by Johannes Brahms; “Away from the Roll of the Sea,” by Allister MacGillivray; “Satan Hates Music,” by Kirke Mechem; and “A Musical Pun-ology,” by Stephen A. Paparo.

The conductor is Dr. John C. Hughes, assistant professor of music and director of choral activities at Ripon College in Wisconsin. The pianist is Maria Kaiser Dietrich.

Members of Choral Union are:

  • Soprano: Hannah Boyum ’20 of Peterson, Minnesota; Heidi DeCaluwe ’20 of Jackson, Wisconsin; Callista DeCramer ’20 of Princeton, Wisconsin; Linda DeCramer of Princeton, Wisconsin; Gen Hanna ’21 of Waukesha, Wisconsin; Alisha Harvat ’21 of Sheboygan, Wisconsin; Jada Hayden ’20 of Chicago, Illinois; Eden Juel of Ripon, Wisconsin; Bethany Kasten ’21 of West Bend, Wisconsin; Erin Mueller of Ripon, Wisconsin; Rachel Myers ’21 of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin; Alex Paulson of Ripon, Wisconsin; Melissa Pausman of Fox Lake, Wisconsin; Maria Reber ’21 of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin; Danielle Scott of Ripon Wisconsin.
  • Alto: Sara Jane Anderson of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Maitlin Arts ’19 of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin; Erin Barrie ’20 of Hartford, Wisconsin; Selma Brophy of Ripon, Wisconsin; Susi Cavness of Appleton, Wisconsin; Diane Christenson of Ripon, Wisconsin; Halina Decker ’21 of St. Paul, Minnesota; Lynn Grout-Paul of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Rachel Hicks ’21 of Endeavor, Wisconsin; Emily Janssen ’19 of Mayville, Wisconsin; Rachel Joas ’20 of Larsen, Wisconsin; Rachel Kolodziej ’18 of Oak Park, Illinois; Jessica Miles ’21 of Lancaster, Wisconsin; Elizabeth Paur ’20 of Delavan, Wisconsin; Christal Sakrison of Ripon, Wisconsin; Gail Schippman of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Maddison Vega ’18 of Kenosha, Wisconsin; Debbie Zambrowicz of Ripon, Wisconsin.
  • Tenor: Samuel Audisho ’20 of Adams, Wisconsin; Laird DeCramer of Princeton, Wisconsin; Sully DeCramer ’21 of Princeton, Wisconsin; Riley Erickson ’19 of Nekoosa, Wisconsin; Adrian Granados ’20 of Ripon, Wisconsin; Mark Kasuboski of Berlin, Wisconsin; Cris Magana ’19 of Lake Geneva Wisconsin; Todd Petersen ’19 of Emerald, Wisconsin; David Sakrison of Ripon, Wisconsin; Rich Scamehorn of Ripon, Wisconsin.
  • Bass: Brett Bork of Ripon, Wisconsin; Steve Cavness of Appleton, Wisconsin; Luke Dretske ’21 of Berlin, Wisconsin; Brenden Finley ’19 of Elkhorn, Wisconsin; Soren Hauge of Ripon, Wisconsin; Charles Huibregtse of Berlin, Wisconsin; Sherman Leatherberry of Ripon, Wisconsin; Norm Loomer of Ripon, Wisconsin; James McMillan of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin; Austin Michael ’21 of Merrimac, Wisconsin; Justus Paul of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Owen Reynolds ’18 of Wales, Wisconsin; John Roesch of Ripon, Wisconsin; Deshawn Thomas ’20 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Nicholas Tonn ’21 of Wiscosin Dells, Wisconsin; Paul Walheim of Ripon, Wisconsin; Tom Yankowski of Berlin, Wisconsin; Randy Zieth of Green Lake, Wisconsin; Daniel Zipperer ’18 of Necedah, Wisconsin.

(Photo: John C. Hughes)


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