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November 3, 2011
Five, free choral concerts from accomplished university choirs from around the country lead up to an all-Bach performance by Colorado State's Chamber Choir.
Colorado State is honored to host the National Collegiate Choral Organization Conference, going on this week.
In addition to a feature concert by Colorado State University's Chamber Choir, there will be five choral concerts that are free and open to the public.
Twelve visiting choirs from across the country include:
Special guests also include composer and conductor Alice Parker.
Thursday, November 3, Griffin Concert Hall
1 p.m. – Riverside City College Chamber Singers and Arizona State University Symphonic Chorale
8:30 p.m. – University of British Columbia University Singers, College of Charleston Concert Choir and Capital University Chapel Choir
Friday, November 4, Griffin Concert Hall
2 p.m. – University of Northern Colorado Concert Choir, Asuza Pacific University Chamber Singers and Western Michigan University Cantus Femina
8 p.m. – University of Louisville Cardinal Singers, Iowa State University Singers and USC Thornton Chamber Singers
Saturday, November 5, Organ Recital Hall
2 p.m. – Northwest Missouri State University Tower Chamber Choir
A Saturday, November 5, 8 p.m. performance features renowned director Helmuth Rilling conducting the CSU Chamber Choir, with a professional orchestra. The all-Bach program includes the Magnificat, Jesu Meine Freude and Singet dem Herrn. The Saturday night concert takes place in Griffin Concert Hall, University Center for the Arts.
Contact: Jennifer Clary
Phone: (970) 491-3603