Thank you to our audience for filling the house to share our December 16 concert, In Terra Pax (Peace on Earth) at the beautiful First Unitarian Atrium Auditorium in Madison, Wisconsin. We wish all of our supporters and family of friends of the choir the happiest of holidays!
We continue to celebrate our TENTH ANNIVERSARY under the direction of our Artistic Director, Dr. Robert Gehrenbeck, with many of his favorite composers and music! Season highlights include a return to the beautiful First Unitarian Society Atrium Auditorium for the December 16, 2017 concert and a world premiѐre of a commissioned work by Julliard's Wayne Oquin on April 13, 2018 with a repeat performance in Milwaukee on April 21, 2018 at St. Paul's Episcopal. Congratulations Dr. Gehrenbeck!

Our next concert, I Hear America Singing will be performed in both Madison and Milwaukee:

“I Hear America Singing”

Friday, April 13, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Grace Episcopal Church (Madison's beautiful Capitol Square at West Washington Avenue)
Advance tickets: $20 Adults / $10 Students.
Advance tickets are on sale now via Brown Paper Tickets for $20 Adults / $10 Students. Tickets will be sold at our local ticket outlets (Willy Street Co-op and Orange Tree Imports) approximately two weeks before the concert and tickets will be sold at the door for a slightly higher cost for adults: $25 Adults / $10 Students. 
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
(914 E Knapp St. Milwaukee)
Saturday, April 21, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - Free will offering for this concert!

A celebration of music of all the Americas—North and South—and all Americans.
In recognition of Robert Gehrenbeck’s tenth anniversary as Artistic Director, the WCC has commissioned a new work, Alleluia, by New York-based composer and Juilliard faculty member Wayne Oquin. Inspired by Randall Thompson’s classic setting of the same one-word text, Oquin’s new version will update Thompson’s musical style in his own, unique harmonic language. One of today’s most talented choral composers, Oquin’s style bears similarities to Morton Lauridsen’s, whose music will also appear on the program.
Also featuring such American masterpieces as Samuel Barber’s Reincarnations, Charles Ives’ Psalm 67, and works by Alice Parker, Moses Hogan, and George Gershwin, as well as music of Latin-American, African-American, and Native-American composers.
Founded in 1998, the Wisconsin Chamber Choir has established a reputation for excellence in the performance of oratorios by Bach, Mozart, and Brahms; a cappella works from various centuries; and world-premieres. The Wisconsin Chamber Choir's Artistic Director, Robert Gehrenbeck, has been hailed by critics for his vibrant and emotionally compelling interpretations of a wide variety of choral masterworks.

The choir is an auditioned ensemble of volunteer singers, many with music degrees, devoted to the art of choral music.


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