The Quincy University Music Department will host a fall choir concert featuring the university’s Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Clara Voce on Sunday, October 17, at 3 p.m. in the QU Chapel (1800 College). The concert is free and open to the public, masks are required.

Under the baton of Kristin Ramseyer, director of choirs and accompanied by pianist, Laura Kammerer. The Concert choir choirs will sing Sicut cervus by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Saints Bound for Heaven arranged by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw, Psalm 81 arranged by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw and The Gift to Sing by Joan Szymko.

The auditioned Chamber Choir will perform several songs including Ascendit Deus by Peter Philips, The Silver Swan by Orlando Gibbons, The Blue Bird by Charles Villiers Standford and The Bluebird by Norman Dello Joio.

Clara Voce, QU’s vocal chamber ensemble will sing Il bianco e dolce cigno by Jacques Arcadelt, Sing We at Pleasure by Thomas Weelkes, Nature Boy by Eden Ahbez, arranged by Anders Edenroth, featuring soloist, Kyia Obert and Sir Duke by Stevie Wonder, arranged by Paul Langford.

For more information, please call contact Kristin Ramseyer at 217-228-5432 ext. 3160.

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