University of Alberta Concert Choir: An Hour to Dance

Student & Senior | $10
Adult | $20

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University of Alberta Concert Choir: An Hour to Dance

December 2, 2022
7:30 PM | Convocation Hall

The human voice is an extraordinary thing: so many colours of sound, so many changing moods. Join us for an hour of choral music that ranges from the “instrumental" to the operatic, for music that celebrates the mundane, the glorious, and what it means to be human.

Adam Robertson | Director
Shawn Grenke | Piano Accompanist

This concert is a part of the Department of Music's 2022-2023 "Department of Music Presents" Series.

Choral Dances from Gloriana | Benjamin Britten
  1. Time
  2. Concord
  3. Time and Concord
  4. Country Girls
  5. Rustics and Fishermen
  6. Final Dance of Homage

Jing-ga-lye-ya | Bruce Sled

Gamelan | R. Murray Schafer

VoiceDance | Greg Jasperse

An Hour to Dance | Gwyneth Walker
Olivia Mitchell | alto
Shawn Grenke | piano

  1. Key Ring
  2. Summary by the Pawns
  3. April Lovers
  4. An Hour to Dance
  5. Slow Scythe
  6. White Darkness

View the full concert program here.

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