Kalandra

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Choralfest
Choralfest
2021 October 1
1. from Infinite Movement Shara Nova
2. Lift Thine Eyes, Elijah, Opus 70 Felix Mendelssohn
3. Akekho Ofana No Jesu South African Traditional
4. Half Acre Dan Messé
5. Son de Camaguey Cuban Folk Song arr. 1998 Stephen Hatfield
6. Exsultate Justi in Domino Ludovico Grossi da Viadana
7. Kin Timothy C. Takach
8. I Will Lift Mine Eyes Jake Runestad
9. He'll Make a Way Byron J. Smith
Kalandra
Kalandra
2021 April 13
1. Suffrage Cantata Andrea Ramsey
Kalandra
Kalandra
2020 November 17
1. from Ceremony of Carols Benjamin Britten
2. Suscepit Israel, Magnificat Johann Sebastian Bach
3. Hope Lingers On Lissa Schneckenburger

Kristina MacMullen, current conductor.

Kalandra, meaning “Songbird” in Greek, is an ensemble comprised of sopranos and altos, selected each fall by audition. Members of the ensemble come from diverse backgrounds, including both musicians from the College of Music and academic disciplines campus-wide. Kalandra performs both historical and contemporary repertoire, celebrating the complexity and vitality of the treble voice. Conducted by Dr. Kristina Caswell MacMullen, the ensemble strives to connect and empower artists through meaningful music-making. Kalandra was formerly known as the UNT Women’s Chorus.