Concert Repertoire


Fall 2023 – “In Servitium: From Love to Life”

Set Me As a Seal – Rene Clausen
Ave Verum Corpus – William Byrd
Two Coronation Pieces (from the Coronation of King Charles and Queen Consort Camille)
+Coronation Kyrie – Paul Mealor
+Coronation Alleluia – Debbie Wiseman
Ave Generosa – Ola Gjeilo
Canendo (from Miserere) – Karl Jenkins
Ye Shall Have a Song (from The Peaceable Kingdom) – Randall Thompson
Through Love to Light – Elaine Hagenberg
Love After Love – Jake Runestad
Choose Something Like a Star (Frostiana) – Randall Thompson
Angele Dei – Susan Labarr
Unclouded Day – arr. Shawn Kirchner

Spring 2023-”The Emerald Isle: Music of Ireland and Scotland”


Celtic Invocation – Timothy Stephens
Lux Aeterna – Mark Armstrong
A New Song – James MacMillan
Courting Is a Pleasure – Traditional Irish, arr. Desmond Earley
Wild Mountain Thyme – Traditional Scottish, arr. Eoin Conway
Down By the Salley Gardens – Traditional Irish, arr. Mark Armstrong
The Lark In the Clear Air – Traditional Irish, arr. Mark Armstrong
The Lake Isle (Poem by William B. Yeats) – Ola Gjeilo
Deep Peace (Gaelic Blessing) – Elaine Hagenberg
Free and Easy (from Granuaile) – Shaun Davey
Danny Boy – Traditional Irish, arr. Desmond Earley


Fall 2022 – “We Remember Them”


Light Everlasting – Olaf Christiansen
Versa Est In Luctum – Alonso Lobo
Requiem in D Minor – Gabriel Faure
Contemplation and Benediction (Miserere) – Karl Jenkins
Dark and Luminous Night – Ola Gjeilo
Hark! I Hear the Harps Eternal – Alice Parker/Robert Shaw
My God is a Rock – Alice Parker/Robert Shaw
We Remember Them (Requiem) – Kim Andre Arnesen


Spring, 2022 - “A New Dawn”


Still – Ola Gjeilo
O Lux Beata – Will Todd
Ukrainian Alleluia – Craig Courtney
Sunrise Mass – Ola Gjeilo
Let My Love Be Heard – Jake Runestad
The Singer’s Dance (Wound in the Water) – Kim Andre Arnesen
You Do Not Walk Alone – Elaine Hagenberg


Fall, 2021 – “Colors of Hope”


Songs of Silence – Elaine Hagenberg
How Can I Keep from Singing – Sarah Quartel
Abendlied - Josef Rheinberger
Missa Brevis – Jacob de Haan
Songs of Springtime (Drinking Song)  – Ernest Moeran
Earth Song – Frank Ticheli
There Was a Time – Elaine Hagenberg
Music in the Air – Ryan Murphy
The Music’s Always There With You – John Rutter


Spring, 2021 – (Video Recording)
“Two for One: Songs of Beauty and Comfort”

Alleluia – Elaine Hagenberg
You Do Not Walk Alone – Elaine Hagenberg
Dark and Luminous Night – Ola Gjeilo
Call of Wisdom – Will Todd
Locus Iste – Will Todd
Kyrie from “The Armed Man, a Mass for Peace” – Karl Jenkins
Healing Light from “The Peacemakers” – Karl Jenkins
The Music’s Always There with You – John Rutter


Fall, 2020 – Cancelled because of the Covid 19 Pandemic

Spring, 2020 – (Cancelled because of the Covid 19 Pandemic)


Winter 2019 – “Heaven on Earth”


Veni, Veni, Emmanuel – Zoltan Kodaly
Verbum Caro Factum Est – Hans Leo Hassler
Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 62 – Johann Sebastian Bach

Angele Dei – Susan Labarr
The Rose – Ola Gjeilo
Across the Vast, Eternal Sky – Ola Gjeilo

Music of Stillness – Elaine Hagenberg
What is Peace – Kim Andre Arnesen
Non Nobis, Domine – Dan Forrest


Spring 2019 – “Infinity”- Old is New Again


O Lux Beatissma – Howard Helvey
Ubi Caritas – Morten Lauridson
Cantate Domino – Marten Jansson
Ave Generosa – Ola Gjeilo
Her Sacred Spirit Soars – Eric Whitacre
Mass in Eb for Double Choir – Josef Rheinberger
O Salutaris Hostia – Erik Esenvalds


Winter 2018 – The Waiting Sky: A Holiday Concert


Alleluia – Fredrik Sixten
Ave Maria – Franz Biebl
Drive the Cold Winter Away – Jon Corelis
Second Eve – Ola Gjeilo
Gloria – K. Lee Scott, (with brass, organ and percussion)

The Waiting Sky – Oliver Yarney
Maria IV – Marten Jansson
Carol of the Bells – arr. Pentatonix
The Lamb – Kim Andre Arnesen
Epilogue from “Hodie” – Ralph Vaughan Williams (with  brass, organ and percussion)

Spring 2018 – Sounds of the Cinema, II

Choral Music Composed for the Movies

Opus Spring 2018

Theme (Game of Thrones HBO TV Series) – Ramin Djawadi
Kyrie (Ever After-A Cinderella Story) – George Fenton
Heimr Arnadalr & Vuelie (Frozen) – Christophe Beck/Christine Hals
Now We Are Free (Gladiator) – Hans Zimmer
Song of Lonely Mountain (The Hobbit) – Neil Finn
Into the West (Lord of the Rings: Return of the King) – Fran Walsh
Adiemus (The Boy Choir) – Karl Jenkins
Theme and Oyfn Pripetshik (Schindler’s List) – John Williams/Crocker
Elegy for Dunkirk (Atonement) – Dario Marianelli
Theme (1492-The Conquest of Paradise) – Vangelis
Theme (Star Trek Into Darkness) – Michael Giacchoni
Baba Yetu (Civilization IV Video Game) – Christopher Tin

Fall 2017 – Aurora-Visions of Music, Sound and Light


Sicut Cervus – Giovanni Palestrina
Miserere Mei Deus – Gregorio Allegri

Four Sacred Partsongs – Felix Mendelssohn
-Jauchzet dem Herrn alle Welt
-Frohlocket, ihr Volker auf Erden

Canticum Novum – Ivo Antognini
Northern Lights – Ola Gjeilo
Three Themes of Life and Love – Daniel Elder
-In Your Light
-A Breathing Peace
-Drumsound Rises
Only In Sleep – Eriks Esenvalds

Spring, 2017 – Sounds of the Cinema

Choral Music Composed Specifically for the Movies


20th Century Fox Fanfare – Alfred Newman
Kyrie from the Berliner Mass – Arvo Part (The Avengers)
Zadok the Priest – George Fredric Handel (The Choir)
Chant, Morning Hymn & Alleluia – Rogers & Hammerstein (The Sound of Music)
Alice’s Theme – Danny Elfman (Alice in Wonderland)
In Noctem – Nicholas Hooper (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince)
Hogwart’s Hymn (orchestral) – Patrick Doyle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)
Vide Cor Meum – Patrick Cassidy (Hannibal)
Hymn for Red October – Basil Poledouris (Hunt for Red October)
Gabriel’s Oboe (orchestral) – Ennio Morricone (The Mission)
On Earth As It Is In Heaven – Ennio Morricone (The Mission)
Hymn to the Fallen – John Williams (Saving Private Ryan)
Kyrie for the Madgalene – Richard Harvey (The DaVinci Code)
Exsultate Justi – John Williams (Empire of the Sun)
Non Nobis Domine – Patrick Doyle (Henry V)


Winter, 2016 – O Radiant Dawn

Opus Chorale Winter 2016 Poster

O Radiant Dawn – James MacMillan
Gloria (from Magnificat) – Alan Hovhaness
Ave Maria – Kevin Memley
O Magnum Mysterium – Kevin Memley
In Dulci Jubilo – R.L. Pearsall
Alleluia – Alejandro Consolacion II
Little Tree – Eric Whitacre
Mid-Winter – Bob Chilcott
Candlelight Carol – John Rutter
The Heavenly Son – James Murray, edited by Larry Nickel
A Cappella Christmas Cards – Miles Ramsey
The Eyes of the Heart: A New Psalm 121 – Kim Andre Arnesen
(world premiere, commissioned in memory of Carol Eich)


Spring 2016 – Vocal Vistas
The Music of Anton Bruckner and Charles Ives
(and music of Giovanni Gabrieli, Paul Mealor and Will Todd)

Opus Chorale Spring 2016 Poster
Omnes gentes plaudit for Four Choirs – Giovanni Gabrieli
Psalm 100 – Charles Ives
Psalm 67 – Charles Ives
She Walks in Beauty – Paul Mealor
Encircled – Will Todd
Ave Maria – Anton Bruckner
Os Justi Anton Bruckner
Tota Pulchra es Maria
Christus Factus Est – Anton Bruckner


Fall 2015 – From Darkness to Light
(Special Guests – Horace Mann Middle School Men’s Chorus)

Opus Choral Fall 2015 Poster
O Lux Beata – Will Todd
Hail Gladdening Light – Charles Wood
Te Deum (We Praise Thee, O God) – Dan Forrest
Awake, My Heart – David Sisco
Spirit of Life – Chritopher Aspaas
Love’s Onward Journey – Kim Andre Arnesen
Tell My Father – Andrea Ramsey
Near My God, to Thee – arr. James Stevens


Spring 2015 – Requiem

Requiem (2)
Angele Dei – Susan LaBarr
Requiem (American Premiere) – Kim Andre Arnesen


Christmas 2014 – “Starry Night”

Opus Christmas Poster
Creator of the Stars of Night – Plainsong, Mode IV, arr Richard Peek
Magnificat – Arvo Part
O Day Full of Grace – F. Melius Christiansen
Cantata #191, Gloria in excelsis deo – J.S Bach (with chamber orchestra)

Stars – Eric Esenvalds
Two Carols from Christmas Carols, Volume 2 – Ola Gjeilo
-The Holly and the Ivy
-Away In A Manger
A Spotless Rose – Paul Mealor
Cradle Hymn – Kim Andre Arnesen (with strings)
What Sweeter Music – John Rutter (with strings)


Fall 2014 – “For the Fallen: A Commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the Beginning of WWI.”

Narration by Bishop William Boyd Grove

Opus Chorale Fall 2014 Poster
For the Fallen – George Guest
Te Deum in G Major – Ralph Vaughan Williams
Cherubim Hymn – Sergei Rachmaninoff
Gloria – Frank Martin (from the Mass for Double Choir)
Jubilate Deo (Collegium Regale) – Herbert Howells

I Vow To Thee My Country – Rice/Holst
Hymn to the Eternal Flame – Stephen Paulus
Even When He Is Silent – Kim Andre Arnesen
In Remembrance – Eleanor Daley (from Requiem)
In Flanders Fields – Eleanor Daley
Nox Aurumque – Eric Whitacre

God Shall Wipe Away All Tears (The Armed Man) – Karl Jenkins


Spring 2014 – “Vast Eternal Sky”

A portion of this repertoire was also presented in Nashville, TN in concert with the Nashville Chamber Singers.  A portion of this repertoire was repeated material from previous concerts in preparation of  creating a recording.

Opus Spring 2014 DIgital Poster
Praise Ye the Lord-Randall Thompson (from 12 Canticles)
God is a Spirit – Randall Thompson (from 12 Canticles)
Prayer of King Henry VI – Henry Ley
8 Partsongs – Charles Villers Stanford
Stopping by Woods – Ron Caviani
Shenandoah – James Erb
Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal – arr. Alice Parker
Across the Vast Eternal Sky – Ola Gjeilo
This Little Light of Mine – Moses Hogan
Ask the Watchman – Paul Caldwell/Sean Ivory
True Light – Keith Hampton


Fall 2013 – “Words from Paradise”

Ubi Caritas – Ola Gjeilo
Words from Paradise – Dan Forrest
I. Holy
II. Hallelujah
III. Selah
IV. Hosanna
V. Amen
Salmo 150 – Ernani Agular
The Worlds Above – Ben Allaway
La Lumiere – Rene Clausen
The Snow – Edward Elgar
O Danny Boy – arr. Joseph Flummerfelt
Shanendoah – James Erb


Spring 2013 – “Sunrise Mass”
(with chamber orchestra)

O Gracious Light – Howard Helvey
Lux Aeterna – Edwin Fissinger
Ye Shall Have a Song (Peaceable Kingdom) – Randall Thompson
Alleluia – Eric Whitacre
Sunrise Mass – Ola Gjeilo
Measure Me Sky – James Muholland
Choose Something Like a Star – Randall Thompson
Sure On This Shining Night – Morten Lauridson
In That Great Gettin’ Up Morning – arr. Mark Hayes


Christmas 2012 – “O Magnum Mysterium-A Triptych”

Centone on Two Carols – Griffith Bratt
O Magnum Mysterium – Tomas Luis de Victoria
In Dulci Jubilo – R. I. Pearsall
En natus est Emmanuel – Michael Praetorius
O Magnum Mysterium – Francis Poulenc
A Spotless Rose – Herbert Howells
The Shepherd’s Carol – Bob Chilcott
O Magnum Mysterium (Serenity) – Ola Gjeilo
Lux Aurumque – Eric Whitacre
Deck the Hall – Paul Brandvik
Alfred Burt Carols – Alfred Burt
-Caroling, Caroling
-All on a Christmas Morning
-We’ll Dress the House
We Wish You A Merry Christmas – Bob Chilcott
Jingle Bells – arr. David Wilcocks
Ding, Dong, Merrily on High – Mack Wilberg
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – Derric Johnson
O Magnum Mysterium – Morten Lauridson


Fall 2012 – “Madrigalia
(all a cappella concert)

Prayer of King Henry VI – Henry Ley
Abendlied – Josef Rheinberger
Twelve Canticles – Randall Thompson
Set Me As a Seal – Rene Clausen
Cantate Domino – Vytautas Miskinis
Beati Quorum Via, Opus 88 – Charles Stanford
Now is the Month of Maying – Thomas Morley
Sing We and Chant It – Thomas Morley
From 8 Partsongs – Charles Villers Stanford
-Blue Bird
Shenandoah – Derric Johnson
My God is a Rock – Alice Parker/Robert Shaw


Winter 2011 – “Images of Winter”
(with chamber orchestra)

Verbum Caro Factum Est – Hans Leo Hassler
Cantata 62, Nun Komm, der Heiden Heiland, BWV 62 – J.S. Bach
Abendlied, Opus 69 – Josef Rheinberger
Three selections from The Nativity According to St. Luke – Randall Thompson
Ubi Caritas – Paul Mealor
Totus Tuus, Opus 60 – Henryk Gorecki
Winter Cantabile – John Eccard
The Snow – Edward Elgar
Stopping By Woods – Ron Caviani
O Come, O Come Emmanuel – Steven Taylor
Silent Night – Craig Courtney


Spring 2011 – “Songs from England, Canada, France, Germany and the U.S.”

Feller from Fortune – Harry Somers
Four Gypsy Songs, Opus 112 – Johannes Brahms
From Trois Chanson – Clause Debussy
I-Dieu! Qu’il la fait bon regarder
III–Yver, vous nester qu’un villain
Eight Partsongs, Opus 119 – C. V. Stanford
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need – Mack Wilberg
Sure On this Shining Night – Samuel Barber
Stopping By Woods – Ron Caviani


Fall 2010 – “Baroque and Beyond”
(with a chamber orchestra)

Prayer of King Henry VI – Henry Ley
Sing Joyfully – William Byrd
Cantata 79, BWV 79 (Got, der Herr ist Sonn’ und Schild) – J.S. Bach
Crucifixus – Antionio Lotti
Cantate Domino – J. P. Sweelinck
Coronation Anthem, “The King Shall Rejoice” – G. F. Handel


Spring 2010 – “Glorious Jazz”

Gospel Mass – Robert Ray (with piano, drums, bass)
Satin Doll – arr. Teena Chinn
What’s New – arr. Russell Robinson
Moonglow – arr. Darmon Meader
Yesterday – arr. Bob Chilcott
Shenandoah – Derick Johnson


Christmas 2009 – “Carols Old and New”

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel – Alice Parker/Robert Shaw
En natus est Emmanuel – Michael Praetorius
Hodie Christus Natus Est – J.P. Sweelinck
The Lamb – John Taverner
Christmas Cantata – Daniel Pinkham (with brass quartet)
Lux Aurumque – Eroc Whitacre
Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Dai – John Gardner
What Child is This – arr. Bruce Greer
Ding, Dong, Merrily on High – Mack Wilberg
Twas the Night Before Christmas – Harry Simone
We Wish You a Merry Christmas – Derric Johnson


Spring 2009 – “Mozart & More”
(with chamber orchestra)

Sing, Sing O Ye Heavens – Edwin Fissinger
Surely He Has Borne our Griefs – Evan Copley
Ave Verum Corpus – W. A. Mozart
Laudate Dominum (from Vespers) – W. A. Mozart
Jubilate Deo – W.A. Mozart
The Spatzen (Sparrow) Mass – W. A. Mozart