Heinz Chapel Choir

Order Heinz Chapel Choir Singing Valentines

Would you like to have members of Heinz Chapel Choir present a singing valentine to that special someone? To order your singing valentine in person ($10, campus only) or by phone ($5), return the downloadable order form by February 11 12 to Dr. Susan Rice. Choir members will sing “Please Be My Valentine” to the tune of Dan Fogelberg’s “Longer” for your valentine. Singing valentines will be delivered on Friday, February 13 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

WQED to Broadcast Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert

WQED FM 89.3 will present its annual broadcast of the Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert on Wednesday, December 3 beginning at 7 p.m.  The broadcast will include Jim Cunningham’s interview with newly appointed Heinz Chapel Choir Director Susan Rice. Download a copy of the 2014 program, …called by love and angels (pdf).

Please note that the Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concerts for December 5 and 7 are SOLD OUT.

Heinz Chapel Choir Campus Holiday Concert

Dr. Susan Rice and the Heinz Chapel Choir invite all faculty, staff, and students to the free Campus Holiday Concert at Heinz Chapel. This is the final dress rehearsal for the annual holiday concerts that begin on November 29. This year’s Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert is titled …called by love and angels. The ensemble will sing music in seven languages by composers including Josquin, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Alfred Burt.

Heinz Chapel Choir Chamber Choir Festival

Heinz Chapel Choir will host three high school chamber choirs from the region in its annual Chamber Choir Festival: the Fox Chapel Madrigal Singers from Fox Chapel Area High School (Ben Murray, director), Peters Township Symphonic Choir from Peters Township High School (Ryan Perrotte, director), and the Seneca Valley Madrigal Singers from Seneca Valley Senior High School (Aaron Magill, director). Each guest choir will perform several a capella works ranging in style from Renaissance motets, to English madrigals, to jazz, including a signature work in a style of their choice.

Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert, Dec. 7 (SOLD OUT)

Dr. Susan Rice leads this year’s Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concerts, titled …called by love and angels. The ensemble will sing music in seven languages by composers including Josquin, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Alfred Burt.

Organist (and HCC alum) Steven Anisko once again joins the HCC in these concerts. For the organ interlude that precedes the traditional candlelight carol and window lighting, Ansiko will perform Dr. Robert Sutherland Lord’s “Meditation on a Polish Carol” in tribute to the late Professor of Music, Emeritus.

Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert, Dec. 5: SOLD OUT

Dr. Susan Rice leads this year’s Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concerts, titled …called by love and angels. The ensemble will sing music in seven languages by composers including Josquin, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Alfred Burt.

Organist (and HCC alum) Steven Anisko once again joins the HCC in these concerts. For the organ interlude that precedes the traditional candlelight carol and window lighting, Ansiko will perform Dr. Robert Sutherland Lord’s “Meditation on a Polish Carol” in tribute to the late Professor of Music, Emeritus.

Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert, Nov. 30

Dr. Susan Rice leads this year’s Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concerts, titled …called by love and angels. The ensemble will sing music in seven languages by composers including Josquin, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Alfred Burt.

Organist (and HCC alum) Steven Anisko once again joins the HCC in these concerts. For the organ interlude that precedes the traditional candlelight carol and window lighting, Ansiko will perform Dr. Robert Sutherland Lord’s “Meditation on a Polish Carol” in tribute to the late Professor of Music, Emeritus.

 

Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert, Nov. 29

Dr. Susan Rice leads this year’s Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concerts, titled …called by love and angels. The ensemble will sing music in seven languages by composers including Josquin, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Ippolitov-Ivanov, and Alfred Burt.

Organist (and HCC alum) Steven Anisko once again joins the HCC in these concerts. For the organ interlude that precedes the traditional candlelight carol and window lighting, Ansiko will perform Dr. Robert Sutherland Lord’s “Meditation on a Polish Carol” in tribute to the late Professor of Music, Emeritus.