For its fall concert, the Heinz Chapel Choir will offer a program of a cappella music from America, England, Latvia, Russia, Basque, Ireland, Venezuela, Hungary, and Scotland. Led by former Chanticleer member John Goldsmith, the choir will present a broad range of music including works by 16th-century English composer John Dowland, Russian master Serge Rachmaninoff, and music by Paul Simon, with a wide variety of traditional music. The concert takes place on Sunday, October 14 at 3 p.m. in Heinz Chapel and is free to the public.
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For over 65 years the Heinz Chapel Choir has presented a cappella music from a wide variety of traditions. Most of its Pittsburgh concerts are held in the Heinz Memorial Chapel on the University campus. In addition to its fall and spring concerts, the choir presents an annual series of four Christmas concerts that are sold out long in advance.
Every other year the choir goes on tour, most recently to South America. Other tours have included Scandinavia (2004) Italy and Croatia (2001), Spain and France (1998), Greece and Italy (1995), and Germany, Poland, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Austria, and Switzerland (1992).