Friday, January 07, 2005

Notre Dame Concert Update

Got this email from our Kristen Sullivan, our Tour Coordinator @ Witte Travel:

It is possible that you'll be chosen to sing at Notre Dame on Wednesday, May 11. Our concert organizer in France is suggesting that you prepare a 30 minute program in the meantime. If chosen, they'll want to see it immediately. From what I understand, it would not just be participating in a Mass, but a 30 minute program.
While it is not a sure thing, I would say that it is looking good.

Here is what I submitted:
Praise to the Lord (arr. Paul Christiansen)
Alleluia (Jósef Karai)
Salmo XLII (Uroš Krek)

Selig sind die Toten (Heinrich Schütz)
Ave Maris Stella (Edvard Grieg)
Richte mich, Gott (Felix Mendelssohn)

See What the End is Going to Be (Ronald Staheli)
Clap Your Hands (Edwin Fissinger)

Daniel Daniel Servant Of The Lord (Undine Moore)
Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (arr. Norman Luboff)
He’s Got the Whole World (arr. Raymond Liebau)

1 comment:

Katie Mo said...

Notre Dame is so incredible, and it's so dark in there! That's mostly what I remember, it being dark. But i would love to sing there. SO FREAKING COOL. oh man. i'm excited.