Concert to feature IVC Master Chorale

Staff Writer
Woodford Times

 The Eureka College Chorale and Chamber Singers will present their free spring concert at 4 p.m. April 22 in Becker Auditorium in the Cerf Center. A reception will follow.

The concert will feature the Illinois Valley Central High School Master Chorale directed by Angie Dorough, who is an alumna of Eureka College.

Selections will include “Drei Volkslieder, Op. 41 Nos.2-4” by Felix Mendelssohn; “Mon Coeur Se Recommande à Vous” by Jean-Baptiste Weckerlin; “Parce Domine, Op. 35” by Felix Nowowiejski; “Daniel, Daniel, Servant of the Lord” arranged by Undine Moore; “Let Us Join in Celebration” from “The Bartered Bride” by Bedich Smetana; “Pilgrim’s Chorus” from “Tannhäuser” by Richard Wagner; “The Baffled Grumbler” from “Princess Ida” by Gilbert and Sullivan; “Old Time Religion” arranged by Moses Hogan; and “Jabberwocky” by Sam Pottle with text from “Through the Looking Glass” by Lewis Carroll.

Soloists will be Eureka College students Tim Jenkins of Watseka, Mark Kline of Lewiston, Andrew Schoepke of Varna, Sara Dvorsky of Peoria, Boyd Critz of East Peoria, Lydia Presley of Washington, Maryssa Switzer of Magnolia, Kaelen Henry of Eureka, Logan Fosdick of Forrest, Devyn Whitmore of Pekin, Cody Leach of Pontiac, Elizabeth Johnson of Heyworth and Lauren Carlsen of Bellingham, Wash.

Music professor and Associate Provost Joseph Henry will direct the college vocal ensembles. Associate professor of music Pamela Bates will provide piano accompaniment. The concert is sponsored by the Eureka College Music Department and Division of Fine and Performing Arts.

For more information, call 467-6397.