2012-10-11 / On the Town

CLU students will raise their voices in song for multilingual performance

Choir and women’s chorale sing in foreign languages


IN UNISON—Wyant Morton, director of choral and vocal activities, conducts the CLU Choir at a performance last year. 
Courtesy of CLU IN UNISON—Wyant Morton, director of choral and vocal activities, conducts the CLU Choir at a performance last year. Courtesy of CLU The California Lutheran University choir and women’s chorale will present a Homecoming Choral Concert at 2 p.m. Sun., Oct. 21 in Samuelson Chapel, south of Olsen Road near Campus Drive on the Thousand Oaks campus.

Wyant Morton, director of choral and vocal activities, will conduct. The program will feature “Moravian Duets” by Antonín Dvorák and “Unicornis Captivatur” by Ola Gjeilo.

Alumni singers will join the CLU choirs. The original Kingsmen Quartet from the early 1960s will give a special performance.

The choirs will also sing works by songwriter Jim Papoulis including “Kusimama” and “Oye.” The songs will be sung in Czech, Latin, Swahili and Spanish.

The concert will end with gospel music by Los Angeles master chorale composer in residence Shawn Kirchner.

Donations will be accepted.

For more information, call (805) 493-3306 or visit www.callutheran.edu.

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