2015–2016 Concert Season
October 14, 2015; 7:30 PM, Jewett Auditorium — Fall Choral Showcase: The Music of Celebration—Celebrating Time, Place, & Human Triumph
This concert features Chamber Singers, Chorale, and the a cappella ensemble Major Sixth as they perform a wide variety of styles and repertoire. Our fall program celebrates "place" through the songs of America, featuring music by Aaron Copland and traditional folksongs from the American West. The choirs will also present repertoire that celebrates moments of triumph in human history as well as music that we strongly associate with seasonal celebrations throughout the year.
December 6, 2015; 7:30 PM, Jewett Auditorium — Feast of Carols
The Feast of Carols is a C of I holiday tradition that features Chorale, Chamber Singers, Major Sixth, and Sinfonia. Included on the program will be traditional carols and other holiday favorites, along with historical Christmas music from a bygone age. Please plan on staying after the concert for a festive reception in the the Langroise lobby immediately following the concert.
March 11, 2016; 8:00 PM, NNU Brandt Center — Mozart's Requiem
March 12, 2016; 8:00 PM, BSU Morrison Center — Mozart's Requiem
The College of Idaho choirs join forces with the Boise Philharmonic in performing Mozart's Requiem, one of the masterpieces of Western choral music.Tickets are available for purchase at http://boisephil.org/.
March 16, 2016; 7:30 PM, Jewett Auditorium — Spring Choral Concert: A European Vintage—the Music of Western Europe
This concert will feature the Chamber Singers, Chorale, and Major Sixth performing timeless European choral works. From Dowland and other Renaissance masters to Rossini, this evening's repertoire showcases our rich choral heritage.
May 6, 2016; 7:30 PM, Langroise Recital Hall — World of Song Concert
The final concert of the year is a chance to explore music from around the world. Ethnic music from countries far and wide will be performed including traditional music, folk songs, and spirituals.
May 23 - June 2, 2016; Choir tour to China
Admission is free to all on-campus choral concerts, though donations are greatly appreciated.
A live videostream of each on-campus choral concert will appear at the following URL: