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P.O. Box 2252
Oshkosh, WI  54903-2252

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Concert Season 2017-2018

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Oshkosh Chamber Singers, Fall 2016 concert

Spring Concert featuring Mass from Two Worlds by Ariel Quintana
Friday, May 11, 2018
7:30 p.m.
Music Hall, corner of Elmwood and Woodland Avenues, on the UW Oshkosh campus (map & driving directions)

Our spring concert will feature Mass from Two Worlds by Ariel Quintana, along with other selections of Latino music ranging from pre-Renaissance to the present day.

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All our concert venues are barrier-free and handicapped accessible.

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
Saturday, December 16, 2017
2 performances: 4:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Trinity Episcopal Church, Algoma at Division
, Oshkosh (map & driving directions)

This joyous celebration of Biblical readings and related musical selections will be presented in the brilliance of the historic Trinity Episcopal Church. Accompanied by pipe organ and brass ensemble, the Oshkosh Chamber Singers join with members of the community in song and scripture readings celebrating the Advent and Christmas story. The audience will be invited to lift their voices in the congregational singing of familiar carols.

Our Voice: Music of Contemporary Midwest Composers
Saturday, October 28, 2017
7:30 p.m.
First Congregational Church, 137 Algoma Boulevard, Oshkosh (map & driving directions)

“Our Voice,” featuring the richness of choral music by Midwest composers from F. Melius Christiansen to John Harmon, will be presented Saturday, Oct. 28.

Special guests will be Fox Valley area musicians John Harmon and vocalist Janet Planet, and Keith Hampton, a church musician and composer from Chicago, Illinois.

Harmon’s Hopi Prayer is one of the evening’s selections. He and Planet also will perform original music from a project on which they are collaborating; and Planet will be a soloist for Celebrate by Hampton, who will accompany the piece on piano.

Other featured composers will be:

  • Rene Clausen of Concordia University, Moorhead, Minnesota
  • Larry Fleming, former director of Augsburg Choirs, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • F. Melius Christansen and Olaf Christansen, former directors of St. Olaf Choirs, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Jeffrey Van and Dominic Argento, both formerly of the University of Minnesota
  • Eric Barnum, director of choirs at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
  • Daniel Kallman, Jake Runestad, Jocelyn Hagen and Stephen Paulus, Minnesota composers
  • Blake Henson, formerly of St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin
  • Zach Moore, director of choirs at Brookfield East High School
  • Joe Jencks, a folk singer from Chicago, Illinois

Soloists will include:

  • vocalists Kalie Martin, Todd Kaphaem, Risa Freund and Adam Minten
  • John Mayrose on guitar
  • Elizabeth DeLamater on drums
  • Elizabeth DeLamater on marimba
  • Nancy Kaphaem on cello

See highlights from our past seasons.