Conducted by Director of Choral Activities Christopher Gilliam, the Choral Arts Society provides the opportunity for collaboration between Davidson students (Davidson Singers), faculty, staff, alumni, and members of the surrounding community to sing a cappella choral literature and the finest choral/orchestral repertoire with instrumentalists from the Charlotte Symphony and professional soloists from Davidson and around the world. For tickets, stop by the Union Ticket Office, purchase online, or call 704-894-2135.
"Do You Hear the People Sing?"
April 14, 2014 • 7:30 p.m.
The Davidson Choirs join with the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra and Opera Workshop in an evening spectacular of opera and musical theatre, featuring famous choruses and scenes from Les Misérables, The Magic Flute, Gilbert & Sullivan, and more! Free for students with Valid ID. $15 General Admission, $10 Faculty/Staff/Seniors, $5 Youth 18 and under.
Led by Director of Choral Activities Christopher Gilliam, the Davidson College Chorale is the premier choral ensemble at Davidson. A highly select, auditioned choir comprised of students from various academic disciplines, they perform the standard choral repertoire as well as newly composed and commissioned choral literature. The Chorale tours annually and represents Davidson College on the campus, regionally and nationally. All performances are free and open to the public.
Spring Chorale Concert: Entreat Me Not to Leave You
March 21, 2014 • 8 p.m.
Join the Davidson College Chorale and student soloists as they present one of the world's most beloved Requiems. A timeless work of art, the opus by Gabriel Fauré is the composer's thoughtful and peaceful observation on the human feelings of faith and eternal rest. Other well known works by Bach, Mathias, Halloran, and Rutter will be performed to serve as counterpoint to Fauré's classic.
Farewell to Seniors Concert
May 17, 2014 • 7:15 p.m.
Come join the Davidson College Chorale as they sing farewell to the Class of 2014. Senior members of the group will be honored, as well as all members of the graduating class.