The UW-Green Bay Chorale and Concert Choir, together with the Green Bay Choral Artists, will present “Holidays Through the Centuries” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 at the Cofrin Family (main) Hall of the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts on the UW-Green Bay campus, 2420 Nicolet Drive.
The concert will include holiday classics from such composers as Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, G. F. Handel, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Michael Praetorius and more. Audiences can look forward to familiar favorites including “Lo! How a Rose E’er Blooming,” “Ding Dong! Merrily on High,” Randall Thompson’s “Alleluia” and various arrangements of “O Magnum Mysterium.” Other highlights will include “A Musicological Journey through the Twelve Days of Christmas” by composer Craig Courtney, and “In Dulci Jubilo” from the 14th century German (Harm. B. Gesius/J.S. Bach). The concert’s grand finale will feature the combined choirs with the University’s Phoenix Brass Ensemble, performing Daniel Pinkham’s “Christmas Cantata.”
Tickets for “Holidays Through the Centuries” are $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. Call (920) 465-2400 or visit www.uwgb.edu/tickets. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Music. For more information, visit www.uwgb.edu/music.
Chorale personnel are as follows: Lecturer Abigail Mace, rehearsal pianist; Soprano: Lindsey Buss, Nikita Cantable, Lindsay Cummings, Angela Danowski, Nicole Duhaime, Michaela Hogan, Farin Ludtke, Grace Neese, Rebecca Scherer, Tori Schuurmans, Madelyn Winter, Erin Zimmermann; Alto: Katie Akerboom, Ashley Gutting, Kelsie Holtzheimer, Leah LaMalfa, Danielle LaPorte, Sarah Pecor, Heather Roberts, Lydia Schneider, Sydney St. Clair; Tenor: Lane Ludtke, Charles Reimer III, Thomas Rismeyer, Patrick Stillwell, Kevin St John, Ryan Timm; Bass: Evan Ash, Ryan Braatz, Ryan Dummer, James Letellier, Nicholas Schommer, Kevin Wellens, Robin Zabler.
Concert Choir personnel are as follows: Emily Sculliuffo, rehearsal pianist; Soprano: Abigail Borchardt, Jannie Boulanger, Katie Bresser, Christa Charnon, Paige Dellisse, Alivia Dobbratz, Lisa Ford, Katelynn Fuhrmann, Olivia Helander, Amy Hellwig, Karen Jean-Baptiste Martin, Cassandra Kremer, Brianna Laack, Kelsey Landrath, Hannah Lewis, Victoria Schwenn, Meredith Simpkins, Marissa Weibel, Liu Xinyi; Alto: Haley Arndt, Emily Buelow, Laura Cortright, Renee Cowles, Kesekokiw Grignon, Chloe Hansen, Maren Hoewisch, Halle Johnson, Kaitlyn Kiley, Breanna Linna, Melanie Nelson, Briana Novak, Jordan Parbs, Kelsey Peterson, Alyssa Stevens; Tenor: Logan Witthuhn, Blong Xiong, Emmanuel Zamora; Bass: Benjamin Chojnacki, Bryan Konicek, Jonathan Marcell, Cody Penkwitz, Salvatore Scherzer, Kyle Schneider.
Green Bay Choral Artists personnel are as follows: Soprano: Constance Albert, Jan Bouchonville, Ona Callahan, Debbie DeGroot, Jill Lemke, Margaret Meder, Lori VerBoort; Alto: Nicole Doebert, Karen Eckberg, Christine Goodner, Becky Heinz, Carol Lehman, Katherine Nelson, Justine Skog; Tenor: Mike Hogan, James Letellier, Greg Muller, Ryan Timm; Bass: Terence Adler, Douglas Durkee, Paul Grall, Charlie Hagen, John Phillipson, John Quigley, Bob Richter.
Phoenix Brass Ensemble personnel are as follows: Choir I — Trumpets: Adam Gaines, Carl Onesti; Horns: Brandt Bailey, Jillian Patrick; Trombone: Mike Hogan; Choir II — Trumpets: Amanda Cornette, Gatlin Grimm; Trombones: Doak Baker, Bill Burroughs; Euphonium: Cole Watkins; Tuba: Paul Dugan.