The IUP Community Music School is pleased to announce the Fall 2019 concerts for the Crimson Youth Choir,
the Indiana Community Choir, and the Indiana Concert Band. All three will present music they’ve worked on throughout the semester, to include a Christmas Cabaret, a Christmas choral concert, and a traditional band concert.
The Indiana Concert Band will perform first at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 3, in Gorell Recital Hall, which is on the second floor of
Under the direction of Jason Worzbyt, the program will include Newsreel by William Schuman; Hymn and Celebration by Timothy Mahr; Satiric Dances by Norman Dello Joio; Dedicatory Overture by Clifton Williams; and An Irish Rhapsody by Claire Grundman, among others.
The second concert of the semester will be performed by the Indiana Community Choir on Sunday, December 8, at 3:00 p.m. in DiCicco Hall
(Room 121) of Cogswell Hall. Led by artistic director and conductor Jon Erik Schreiber, it will feature several arrangements of traditional carols by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw, as well as Sets I and II of the Alfred Burt Carols. Also featured will
be the famous Cantata No. 140, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, by J.S. Bach.
The choir will be accompanied on organ and piano by Dylan Brown, a senior music performance major.
The final concert is being presented by the Crimson Youth Choir at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, December 20, in the Blue Room, which is on the first floor of Sutton
Hall. Join the choir and director Kye-Won Choi (MFA, 19) as they perform a concert titled Home for the Holidays.
Presented in a cabaret style with round table seating and refreshments, this fun and heartwarming performance will include a variety of seasonal favorites by the choir, as well as solos by select members.
For more information on the concerts or the IUP Community Music School, e-mail email@example.com, or call the Lively Arts at 724-357-2787 (ARTS).
The IUP Community Music School is funded in part by the College of Fine Arts through the Department of Music and the Lively Arts at IUP; the Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance, a program
in partnership with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and funded by an annual appropriation from the state legislature; and by a generous gift from