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2016-2017 season:
· October 29, 2016: To B
· December 3, 2016: Symphony for the Season
· December 17, 2016: A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
· May 20, 2017: Vivaldi's Gloria

Oshkosh Chamber Singers
P.O. Box 2252
Oshkosh, WI  54903-2252
oshkoshchambersingers@gmail.com

The Oshkosh Chamber Singers

Highlights of Past Concert Seasons

2015-2016  
  Music for Hope and Healing
   
2014-2015  
Mozart Requiem in D Minor, K626
  "Let the River Run"

2013-2014  
  Mozart's Vesperae Solennes de Confessore and Bach’s Magnificat in D
  "Where the Earth Meets the Sky"

2012-2013  
  It's a Grand Night for Singing
  Spring Concert

2011-2012  
  Gloria! Featuring Rutter's Gloria
Brahms Requiem

2010-2011  
Orff Carmina Burana
  Director's Choice 25th Anniversary Concert

2009-2010  
  "Made in America"
Handel Dettingen Te Deum

2008/2009  
Haydn Part Songs, and Mass No. 14 in B flat major Harmoniemesse
  "Of Saints and Sinners"

2007/2008  
  "Reflections on Peace"
Mozart Great Mass in C Minor
Rutter Mass of the Children

2006/2007  
  "...On The Water"
Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle

2005/2006  
  "Celebrate! A Score of Scores"
Mozart Vesperae Solennes de Confessore and the Mass in C major "Coronation Mass"

2004/2005  
Bach B Minor Mass, with the UW Oshkosh Chamber Choir
  "On the Light Side"

2003/2004  
Rutter & Fauré "Elegy": Requiems by Fauré and Rutter
  "Sing With Us", with special guest Nick Page

2002/2003  
Verdi Requiem, with the Waukesha Choral Union, the UW Platteville Chamber Choir and the UW Oshkosh Chamber Choir
  "Spare Parts"

2001/2002  
  "For the Beauty of the Earth": with texts that celebrate the beauty of nature and creation, the program encompassed many genres, and spanned music from settings of Native American texts to Italian Madrigals of Monteverdi
Honegger King David

2000/2001  
Brahms Requiem
  "Love Notes": love-inspired music from Biblical texts of the Songs of Solomon through the 19th century Romantic Era and into jazz

1999/2000  
J.S. Bach Passion According to St. John
  "From Folk to Fantasy": familiar melodies, international folk songs, favorite excerpts from beloved opera scores, and a medley from Andrew Lloyd Weber's Phantom of the Opera

1998/99  
  Franz Schubert's Mass in C, Opus 48, D. 452;
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Exultate Jubilate, K. 165 (Susan Almjeld, soprano soloist); and
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Vesperae Solennes De Confessore, K. 339
  "Sing We and Chant It: English Madrigals"
Mahler Symphony No. 2 (Resurrection), with the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra and UW Oshkosh Choirs

1997/98  
  works by Brahms and Schubert
  Gyorgy Orban and Andrew Carter, with the Oshkosh Youth Choir

1996/97  
  Americana, with guest conductor Marianne Chaudoir
Handel Israel in Egypt

1995/96  
Duruflé Requiem
Walton Bleshazzar's Feast (with the Green Bay Chamber Choir, Lakeshore Chorale, and the Green Bay Symphony)
  "Music from Scandinavia"

1994/95  
  "Music of the Americas "
Beethoven Mass in C (with Lakeshore Chorale) and debut of The Oshkosh Youth Choir

1993/94  
  Works by Britten, Bach, Brahms, Bartok and Brubeck
Schubert Mass in G, with choirs from Winneconne High School and Oshkosh West High School
Orff Carmina Burana, with the UW Oshkosh Concert Choir and the Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra

1992/93  
Fauré Requiem, and Cantique de Jean Racine
Haydn Creation

1991/92  
Mozart Requiem
  Celebration of 100 years of Jewish life in the Fox Valley, with the world premier of a commissioned work -- Kohelet by Bonia Shur -- and Chichester Psalms by Bernstein

1990/91  
Mozart Vesperae Solennes de Confessore
  First performance of A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
Rutter Gloria, with Lakeshore Chorale

1989/90  
Vivaldi Gloria
Handel Messiah

1988/89  
Monteverdi Magnificat
Rutter Requiem, with the Lakeshore Chorale of Sheboygan

1987/88  
J. S. Bach Magnificat in D Major
  Works by British composers as a benefit for Wisconsin Public Radio

1986/87  
J. S. Bach Jesu, meine Freude
Britten Festival Te Deum