We are looking forward to singing two concerts in September, 2022.
The first will be in Lagerquist Hall on the campus of Pacific Lutheran University at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, September 17th. It's open to the public. If you're anywhere near that area, please come. As has been our custom for the past few years, you may donate any amount you wish or attend for free. We'd love to see you there!
Our second concert will be Sunday, September 18th, in the Wollenberg Auditorium at Lower Columbia College, Longview. That concert is to be at 3:00 p.m. and is sponsored by the Kelso/Longview Community Concert Association. Watch for advertising, but rest assured the concert is open to the public.
Music from our 2021 concerts
The following information tells of our 2021 concerts...now past history. You may still hear all the music as performed in Moreland Presbyterian, Portland, Oregon. Click HERE to be taken to the page with audio recordings of all pieces performed in that concert...in concert order. You may see and hear video of a portion of the concert, HERE. The videos include: Deep Peace (Elaine Hagenberg), A Little Song of Life (Reg Unterseher), Abide (Dan Forrest), Like a River (Arr. Tim Osiek), All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir (Bill Staines, Arr. Erica Phare-Bergh), How Can I Keep From Singing (Paul Aitken), A Silence Haunts Me (Jake Runestad), and I Am Glad (Dan Schreiner).
Our 2021 program: (not in order of performance)
Resilience - Abbie Bettinis
I Am Glad - Dan Schreiner
A Silence Haunts Me - Jake Runestad
Abide - Dan Forrest'
A Little Song of Life - Reg. Unterseher
How Can I Keep from Singing? - Paul Aitken
Emerald Stream - Seth Houston
Like a River in My Soul - Arr. Tim Osiek
O lux beata Trinitas - Andrej Makor
All God's Critters Got a Place in the Choir - Bill Staines, Arr. Erica Phare-Bergh
Distress - Reg Unterseher
Terre Neuve - Marie Saindon
Deep Peace - Elaine Hagenberg