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BYU Spring Chorale will host concert June 15

Brigham Young University's University Chorale will present its spring concert, "Evening Song at the Provo Tabernacle," on Friday, June 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the downtown Provo landmark.

Admission is free, and the public is welcome to attend. The tabernacle is located at 100 S. University Avenue.

The ensemble will begin the concert with “Awake, My Soul” by Thomas Tallis, “Come, With Cheerful Voices Sing” by Johann Sebastian Bach, “Praised Be the Lord” by George Frideric Handel, and “Laetatus Sum” by Johann Michael Haydn.

The chorale will then move into “Now Glad of Heart” by K. Lee Scott, “Psalm 23” by Stephen Paulus and the traditional American hymn “Saints Bound for Heaven”arranged by Mack Wilberg.

They will then perform “Don’t Wander, My Light” by Johannes Brahms and “Sure on this Shining Night” by Morten Lauridsen.

The concert will close with the southern folk hymn “My Song in the Night” arranged by Daniel McDavitt.

The chorale will be conducted by Daniel McDavitt, and accompanied by Eric Callison and Bradley Layton on the piano, and Brian Mathias and Yevgeniya Tyltina on the organ.

For more information, contact Ken Crossley at (801) 422-9348.

Writer: Aaron Searle

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