Case Concert Choir with Gerardo Teissonnière, piano, and Windsong, Cleveland's Feminist Chorus

Douglas M. Olsen (b. 1960). #41, 1980
Douglas M. Olsen (b. 1960). #41, 1980
Saturday, December 3, 2022

7:30 PM
Florence Harkness Memorial Chapel
Free and open to the public. Livestream link provided below.

Event Details/Summary

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CWRU Choirs welcomes a medley of special guests during this concert. Gerardo Teissonnière, Piano Faculty, Cleveland Institue of Music, will perform Gabriel Fauré's Pavane, op.50, in its original version for piano and choir. Concert Choir will premiere a new choral work, Children of the Moon, by Berklee College of Music faculty member Evan Williams, and perform Mi Yimalel by Cleveland State University composer Corey Rubin. Finally, Windsong, Cleveland's Feminist Chorus, will perform works of empowerment, activism, and social justice. 

Gerardo Teissonnière, Pianist 
Gerardo Teissonnière, Pianist 

Dr. Christopher Clark, Director of Choirs
Jessica Steuver, Graduate Assistant and Director of Windsong
Shelby Namsick, Unique Stanfield, Graduate Assistants

CWRU Music Concert Series

This performance is part of the CWRU Music Concert Series. These events are free and open to the public. Can't be with us in person? No problem! You can still join us via livestream. View the channel below on concert day. 

Live Stream in Harkness Chapel

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