University Choirs: “UW Sings” 

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 - 7:30pm
$10 all tickets
UW Choir Singers
Choral singers participate in the combined university choirs and symphony performance of Mahler's Second.

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