Voices from across the Water - An American Celebration of Music
Free to attend
Tarleton Chamber Choir & Cross Timbers Civic Chorale come to St Paul's Church as part of their European Tour.
O, Sing Joyfully - Adrian Batten
Beati quorum via - C.V. Stanford
Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal - Arr. Alice Parker
If Ye Love Me - Thomas Tallis
My God Is So High - Arr. Moses Hogan
Swing Down Chariot - Arr. André J. Thomas
Calling My Children Home - Arr. Troy D. Robertson
Will the Circle Be Unbroken - J. David Moore
No Ways Tired - Rollo Dilworth
The Gift to Be Simple - Bob Chilcott
Keep the Whole World Singing - Willis A. Diekema
Java Jive - Ben Oakland and Milton Drake
Love Is Here to Stay - arr. Mark Hayes
Across the Sea - The Wailin’ Jennys
Nyon Nyon - Jake Runestad
A Gaelic Blessing - John Rutter
John Tarleton founded Tarleton State University in 1899, and music has been a part of the university since that founding. For decades the Tarleton Chamber Choir has represented excellence in vocal performance. The Chamber Choir is comprised of students who hail from around the state of Texas and study a variety of subjects, from music to agricultural business to engineering.
In past years Chamber Choir has toured abroad to Europe and Asia, including recent trips to Japan and China, and performed in Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium. The Cross Timbers Civic Chorale, founded by Herb Teat in 1979, is an essential part of Tarleton's musical family. Taking their places alongside Chamber Choir and University Singers, Stephenville community members of all ages come together each fall and spring to present masterworks in collaboration with guest musicians.
Please note there are no public toilets on site, the nearest are located just outside the church on the Piazza.
Please note there is no set seating or this event.
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