Symphonic Singers, Chamber Choir: ‘A Matter of Time’ April 27

Annual spring concert will be at Our Savior's Lutheran Church
The Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir from UW-Stout will hold their spring concert, “A Matter of Time,” Friday, April 27, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. / UW-Stout photo
​Jerry Poling | April 23, 2018

The UW-Stout Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir will mark the end of the semester with a concert that considers one of humans’ age-old questions: Time.
 

The groups will perform their spring concert at 7 p.m. Friday, April 27, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 910 9th St. E., Menomonie. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased in advance at the Memorial Student Center, 715-232-1122, online and at the door.

Choirs director Jerry Hui.The concert, “A Matter of Time,” examines the idea of passage of time in the eyes of poets, composers and comedians. Selections include a set of musical birthday presents, music inspired by clocks and eternity.

Featured composers include Bach, Chatman, Henry VIII, Mechem, Morley, Barnum and many more. “There Was a Time” is from Eric Barnum of UW-Oshkosh. The composer of the four-movement “Time Pieces” is former Madison resident Stephen Chatman.

Ten members of the choirs are seniors and will be graduating Saturday, May 5. They are:

  • Alexandra Fischer, of Sussex
  • Brynn Wildenauer, of Minneapolis
  • Angela Heiting, of Menasha
  • Danielle Toman, of Rice Lake
  • Elizabeth Bronk, of Kasson, Minn.
  • Laura Meeker, of Mount Horeb
  • Maria Kastello, of Muskego
  • Michael Loes, of Anoka, Minn.
  • Natalie Steiner, of Alma
  • Sarah Huberty, of Inver Grove Heights, Minn.

The Symphonic Singers and Chamber Choir are led by choral director Jerry Hui, an associate professor.

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Jerry Hui is the director of choral activities at UW-Stout.
 


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