May 28, 2012 Thomaskirche, Leipzig – Montana State University Chorale

The Montana State University Chorale is devoted to the artistic and inspirational performance of distinguished choral literature. Selected by audition from Montana State’s enrollment of 13,000 students, Chorale’s annual performance itinerary includes two formal concerts each semester, and frequent international tours to countries including China, the Philippines, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Italy.

The Chorale is directed by Dr. Kirk Aamot, Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana.  A graduate of St. Olaf College in Minnesota with advanced degrees from the University of Minnesota and the University of Colorado, Boulder, Dr. Aamot has studied with Anton Armstrong, Kenneth Jennings, Kathy Romey, Thomas Lancaster, Larry Kaptein, and Joan Conlon.

Montana State University Chorale
Monday May 28, 2012
2:00pm – 2:20pm (20 minute recital)
Thomaskirche
Thomaskirchhof 18, 04109 Leipzig (map)
Individual entrance to the church is free, with a small donation in support of the church kindly suggested
(more information)

Program scheduled to include (subject to change)
Ubi Caritas – – Guy Forbes
Frohlochet ihr völker – – Felix Mendelssohn
Phoenix – – Ola Gjelo
O magnum mysterium – – Z. Randall Stroope
Requiem aeternam – –  Zdenek Lukas
Salve Regina – –  Orlando di Lasso
Hold On! – – arr. Marques Garrett
O sifuni mungo – – arr. David Maddux
My God Is So High – –  Moses Hogan
Abendlied – – Josef Rheinberger
How Can I Keep from Singing – – Karen Thomas

Additional 2012 Tour Performances:
May 23 – Karlskirche, Vienna
May 26 – St. Nicholas Church on Old Town Square, Prague
May 29 – Berlin Dom (Evensong)
May 30 – Dorfkirche Marienfeld, Berlin

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