Our spring concerts will bring a refreshing blend of old and new —a mix of sacred and secular selections, contrasting between “classical standards” and “new classics.”

The repertoire features Renaissance composers Tallis, Palestrina, Victoria, and Byrd, along with 21st century pieces by Karl Jenkins, Dan Forrest, Ērik Ešenvalds, Morten Lauridsen, Eric Whitacre, among others. And the evening wouldn’t be complete without a bit of Lennon and McCartney and Carly Simon!

Artistic Director Ed McCall describes the inspiration behind Forever Young in this short video entitled “The Idea.”  Listen now and then join us May 3-5 to see, hear, and experience “the idea” brought to life!





Ego sum panis vivus Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
Santus: London Ola Gjeilo
Haec dies William Byrd
Dona nobis pacem Karl Jenkins
Christ Rising Again Thomas Tallis
Cantate canticum novum Dan Forrest
O quam gloriosum Tomás Luis de Victoria
O salutaris hostia Ēriks Ešenvalds
Let the River Run Carly Simon, arr. Craig Hella Johnson
i thank You God for most this amazing day Eric Whitacre
Lullaby Daniel Elder
Unclouded Day J. K. Atwood, arr. Shawn Kirchner
Sure on This Shining Night Morten Lauridsen
Eleanor Rigby John Lennon & Paul McCartney, arr. Paris Rutherford
Freedom Trilogy Paul Halley



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