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Psalms and Celebrations   In this historic return to socially-distanced choral singing, BYU’s top mixed choirs present a thoughtfully-curated selection of works to both heal and inspire. Included on the program will be Eric Whitacre's tender "Goodnight Moon" for soprano solo, strings, and harp; featuring new vocal faculty member Jennifer Youngs.

In Hymns of Praise The Men’s Chorus and Women’s Chorus take the stage to celebrate the rich tradition of hymn singing across Christendom. Included on the program will be stirring anthems, reflective chorale settings, and Gregorian chant to soothe the soul and lift the spirit.

The BYU School of Music’s four auditioned choirs will present their first performance of the semester with the annual Winter Choirfest, streamed from the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center. Known for their polished performances and versatility of genre and style, the school’s four auditioned choirs—Men’s Chorus, Women’s Chorus, Concert Choir and BYU Singers—will present a varied program of classical and contemporary choral works.

BYU Singers continues to showcase its ability to perform in a variety of musical styles. From cathedral classics to Latin folk music to….ABBA, this ‘eclectic’ mix of genres is sure to entertain and inspire. BYU Singers will be joined by guest artists, Concert Choir.

Men’s Chorus returns to the stage with their patented blend of hymns, folksongs, and spirituals—alongside works of master composers of yesteryear. You won’t want to miss an especially memorable collection of  bluegrass-inspired songs featuring special guest artists, BYU Mountain Strings.

Women’s Chorus will showcase music in various styles and from different eras to uplift, encourage, and comfort the listener in an effort to build faith and allow all to HEAR HIM.

Concert Choir is pleased to present a mix of historical and contemporary choral works, including Franz Joseph Haydn’s elegant Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo, dubbed the “Little Organ Mass,” alongside beautiful selections by Johannes Brahms, Morten Lauridsen, Ola Gjeilo, and Rollo Dilworth. Also featured on the program is a poignant set of primary songs.  Concert Choir will be joined by guest artists, BYU Singers.

Wonderful musical and cultural variety of choral gems, from reverent to rhythmic

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