University Choirs: “UW Sings” 

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 7:30pm
$10 all tickets
UW Choir Singers

The University Singers, Women’s Choir, and Men’s Glee Club present their popular year-end concert.

 

UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S CHOIR Brenda J. Mohr, conductor  

Ise Oluwa .................................................................................................. Nigerian Folk Song, arr. Ron Kean
Miriam Anderson & Andrew Angell, percussion  

Loch Lomond ................................................................................... Scottish Folk Song, arr. Ashley F. Nelson  

Over the Rainbow ........................................................................................ Harold Arlen, arr. Russ Robinson  

Reuben, Reuben .................................................................................. American Folk Song, arr. Vijay Singh  

It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing ............................................... Duke Ellington, arr. Mac Huff
Women's Choir Small Ensemble / Andrew Angell, drums  

J'entends le Moulin ................................................................................. Quebec Folk Song, arr. Mark Sirett
Sarah Riskind, violin / Andrew Angell, spoons  

 

UNIVERSITY SINGERS Jeremy Morada & Meg Stohlmann, conductors  

from SPRING AWAKENING:  The Song of Purple Summer .................................................... arr. Mark Brymer  

(I Love You) For Sentimental Reasons ............................................................................... arr. Paul Langford  

Riptide (originally performed by Vance Joy) ....................................................................... arr. Nick Johnson
Annie Murray & Hannah Volsky, soloists 

 

UNIVERSITY SINGERS SMALL GROUP ENSEMBLE:  

Can’t Help Falling in Love (originally performed by Elvis Presley) ....................................... arr. Nick Johnson
Titus Berndt & Evan Pierce  

Gonna Get Over You (originally performed by Sara Bareilles) ............................................. arr. Bryan Sharpe  

Two Ilocano Folk Songs ..................................................................................................... arr. Fabian Obispo  

Prayer for the Children ...................................................................................................... arr. Andrea Klouse  

City Called Heaven .................................................................................................... arr. Josephine Poelinitz
Edie Myers-Power, soloist 

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON MEN’S GLEE CLUB
Jeffrey Larkin & Ryan Mullaney, conductors  

Musica suprema est ......................................................................................................................... Traditional  

Loch Lomond ................................................................................................................... arr. Jonathan Quick Spencer
Peters & Wilven Smoody, soloists  

I’m A Rollin’ ............................................................................................................................ arr. Paul Rardin
Austin Miller, piano  

In the Still of the Nite .............................................................................................................. arr. Fred Parris
Drew Morse & Calvin Cotton, solo  

Below My Feet ........................................................................................ Mumford & Sons, arr. Jeffrey Larkin
Stephen O’Bent, guitar / Miriam Anderson, cajon 

The Longest Time ............................................................................................. Billy Joel, arr. Roger Emerson
Austin Miller & Kevin Rawls, soloists  

Cheerleader ............................................................................................................ OMI, arr. Jeremy Morada
Kyle Ueland, soloist    

COMBINED CHOIRS Dr. Giselle Wyers, conductor  

We Rise Again ......................................................................................... Leon Dubinsky, arr. Stephen Smith
Katie Harkins & Jamie Kisela, soloists