University Chamber Choir gives home concert
Concordia’s University Chamber Choir performed a home concert on Sunday, Feb. 17, at St. John Lutheran Church after its five-day annual tour to Arizona.
Directed by Professor of Music Dr. Kurt von Kampen, the Chamber Choir performed a variety of traditional and contemporary music. Songs included motets by Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina and William Byrd, as well as anthems by Rene Clausen, K. Lee Scott and Mary McDonald. The choir also explored American spirituals by Mark Hayes and Rollo Dillworth.
Paul Soulek, director of parish and school music at St. John, toured with the choir and accompanied the ensemble on organ and piano for the concert.
Chamber choir members:
Arianne Greco, Sophomore, Papillion, Neb.
Brianna Ritter, Sophomore, Columbus, Neb.
Holly Saalfeld, Senior, Seward, Neb.
Andrea von Kampen, Freshman, Seward, Neb.
Sarah Lohmeyer, Junior, Lincoln, Neb.
Julie Marquardt, Junior, Janesville, Minn.
J’Nae Rempfer, Senior, Blairstown, Iowa
Megan Sparling, Freshman, Columbus, Neb.
Robert Cody, Senior, Alamosa, Colo.
Alexander Klenz, Junior, Milwaukee, Wis.
Jordan Miller, Sophomore, Tomball, Texas
Joseph Beran, Senior, Lincoln, Neb.
Andrew Van Velson, Senior, North Platte, Neb.
Joshua Weishaar, Sophomore, Salinas, Calif.
Robert Cody, Trumpet, Guitar
Joseph Beran, Percussion
Sarah Lohmeyer, Saxophone