Ross Whitney | A Pentatonic Alleluia
Lee R. Kesselman | Ad Amore
Rheinberger | Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen
Handel, arr. Henry Leck | Lascia h’io Piango
Dan Forrest | Good Night, Dear Heart
Arr. Susan Brumfield | No Time
John Rutter | Shepherd’s Pipe Carol
Arr. Paul Langford | Man with the Bag/Santa Baby
Jay Althouse, arr. Joe Liles | We’re the Men
J.S. Bach, arr. Barry Talley | Der Herr segne euch (from Cantata 196)
John Leavitt | O Captain! My Captain!
Charles Stanford | Beati Quorum Via
Michael Englehardt | Gaudete!
Ralph Vaughan Williams | Down Among The Dead Men
arr. J.A. Ahlstrom and E. Ralf | Var redo and Helan (Swedish Drinking Songs)
Lee Dengler | Things That Never Die
Paul Rardin | Hol’ You Han’
Under the direction of Dr. Robert Istad, the Women’s Choir is a diverse group of talented women hailing from a number of different majors and departments on campus. They have been selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association’s Western Division Convention in 1994 and again in 1998, and twice for the California Music Educators Association annual conferences in Ontario in 2000 and Pasadena in 2002. The choir performs a wide variety of repertoire representing all historical periods and styles.
The 50-voice CSUF Titan Men's Chorus is an energetic and entertaining ensemble made up of a variety of majors and departments on campus. The choir rehearses regularly and performs eclectic programs of men's music from virtually every historical period and genre. Under the directorship of Dr. Christopher Peterson, the Titan Men's Chorus presents at least four annual concerts on campus in CSUF's world-class performing auditorium, the 800-seat Meng Concert Hall. Additionally, the choir occasionally accepts performance opportunities off-campus in venues throughout Southern California
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