The University of North Dakota’s Vivo Chamber Choir and Wind Ensemble Chamber Players will present a combined concert on Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 8 p.m. Due to current public health issues, a live audience will not be allowed to attend this performance. The concert will be live-streamed and can be found on the UND Music Department website.
Celebrating the 250th anniversary of his birth, the Wind Ensemble Chamber Players, conducted by James Popejoy, will open the concert with Ludwig van Beethoven’s March in F. They will also perform Winter Ricercar, a contemporary work by Kevin Walczyk based on the English Christmas carol Upon the Snow-clad Earth by Arthur Sullivan.
Vivo, conducted by Melanie Popejoy, will present a program about hope and our continued need to make music. Selections include Viva la Musica, Prayer of the Children, Hope Lingers On, The Parting Glass, and Here Comes the Sun. Vivo will also be led in a performance of Sarah Quartel’s As You Sing by undergraduate conductor Isabelle Henley.
For additional information, please contact the UND Music Department at 701.777.2815.