HHYC Winter Concert

Come celebrate the joy of singing together with all of our H+H Youth Choruses at the HHYC Winter Concert at 7:30pm ET on January 15! Hear songs that demonstrate music's ability to transport and connect us with themes of peace, triumph, longing, and comfort.


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Watch Online

This virtual concert will be available to watch on Youtube, Facebook, and Vimeo starting Saturday, January 15 at 7:30 PM ET; a recording will be available following the premiere.

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Performers

H+H Youth Choruses Ensembles
New Voices, Treble Chorus, Youth Chorale, Concert Choir, Chorus of Sopranos and Altos, Chorus of Tenors and Basses, Chamber Choir

Conductors
Alyson Greer Espinosa, conductor
Dr. Jennifer Kane, conductor
Dr. Kevin J. McDonald, conductor
Nurt Villani, conductor

Collaborative Pianists
Leona Cheung, collaborative pianist
Andrew Mattfeld, collaborative pianist
Dr. Pei-yeh Tsai, collaborative pianist
Maria Rivera White, collaborative pianist

Soloists
Julianna Clark, Neva Fuller, Kerry LaRose, Olivia Ojukwu, Emma Quade, Sharmada Rajaram, Shreya Sarcar, Lindsey Watson, Isis Whitney-Payne, Manya Ziemiecki, vocal soloists

Henry Forsythe-Jones, Ana Lucia Heebner, Nahar Keefe-Perry, Emma Oliphant, Zach Rogers, and Casey Wong, percussionists

Gui Vignon-Villani, cello

Music

Sarah Quartel: See the light
Handel, arr. Jean Ashworth Bartle: Art Thou Troubled?
South African folk song, arr. Will Skaff, ed. Melissa Keylock: Bhombela
Samuel A. Ward, arr. J. David Moore: America, the Beautiful
Susan Labarr: Where the Light Begins
Steve Kupferschmid: The Winds of Winter Blow
Emma Lou Diemer: Bee, I'm Expecting You!
Sally Albrecht: Busy as a Mouse
André Thomas: Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
J.S. Bach: Derr Herr segne euch (May God Bless You)
Earlene Rentz: Gaudeamus Hodie
Randall Thompson: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
Jacob Narverud: Sisi ni moja
William Byrd: All People, Clap your Hands
Visayan folk song, arr. George G. Hernandez: Rosas Pandan
Gwyneth Walker: Love is a Rain of Diamonds from Songs for Women's Voices
Pablo Casals: Nigra Sum
Gospel Spiritual, arr. Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory: Go Where I Send Thee

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