University Choir is a mixed choir open to all students at Illinois Wesleyan University by preliminary placement hearing. This ensemble performs sacred and secular choral literature encompassing many different styles and periods as part of its concert repertoire.

The ensemble performs at several times every school year, both by itself, as well as in collaboration with Collegiate Choir and various instrumental groups. The group consists of a wide variety of Illinois Wesleyan students, including music majors, Jennings Scholars, and students from many fields of study across campus.

 

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2014-2015 Repertoire:

Symphony No. 9 in D minor (4th mvmt.) Ludwig van Beethoven Spring 2015
Schicksalslied Johannes Brahms Spring 2015
Selections from “St. Matthew Passion” J.S. Bach Spring 2015
The Star Spangled Banner arr. Andrew Dahan Spring 2015
Dirait-on  Morten J. Lauridsen Spring 2015
If Music Be the Food of Love David C. Dickau Spring 2015
Five Hebrew Love Songs Eric Whitacre Spring 2015
I Wished to be Single Again John A. Ricketts Spring 2015
Hello, Girls Lloyd Pfautsch Spring 2015
We Three Kings arr. Darmon Meader Winter 2014
Betelehemu arr. Wendell Whalum Winter 2014
In the Bleak Midwinter Gustav Holst Winter 2014
Hodie, Christus natus est Healey Willan Winter 2014
Gloria  (1st Movement) John Rutter Winter 2014
Musicks Empire Lloyd Pfautsch Fall 2014
Ngana Stephen Leek Fall 2014
Adoramus Te Quirino Gasparini Fall 2014
Whether Me Do Laugh or Weep Ralph Vaughan Williams Fall 2014
My Soul’s Been Anchored in the Lord arr. Moses Hogan Fall 2014
1812 Overture Peter Tchaikovsky Fall 2014