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Oshkosh, WI  54903-2252
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Concert Season 2013-2014

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Oshkosh Chamber Singers

Mozart's Vespers and Bach’s Magnificat
Saturday April 5, 2014
7:30 pm

St. Peter Catholic Church (Most Blessed Sacrament Parish), 449 High Avenue, Oshkosh (map & driving directions)

Enjoy an evening of moving and uplifting music as we perform the choral masterworks Bach’s Magnificat in D and Mozart’s Vesperae Solennes de Confessore.

Accompanied by orchestra, we’ll be joined by the Oshkosh North High School and Oshkosh West High School chorales, and guest soloists Caitlin Cisler (soprano), Jessica Timman Schwefel (mezzo-soprano), Todd Kaphaem (tenor), and Nathan Krueger (baritone).

Spring 2014 guest soloists

A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
Saturday December 14, 2013
2 performances: 4:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Trinity Episcopal Church, 311
Division St., Oshkosh (map & driving directions)

Start your holiday observance with inspirational choral treasures in the serenity of historic Trinity Episcopal Church.

The Oshkosh Chamber Singers, accompanied by pipe organ and brass ensemble, joins with community readers and invites audience members to lift their voice in the congregational singing of familiar carols.

This annual event is sure to align your spirit with the meaning of the miracle of the season.

Where the Earth Meets the Sky
Saturday October 26, 2013
7:30 pm
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Music Hall (in the Arts & Communication Center), 1001 Elmwood Avenue, Oshkosh (map & driving directions)

The Oshkosh Chamber Singers opens its season with a concert filled with music that celebrates earth, fire, water, and the human spirit.

Titles include: “Where the Sun Will Never Go Down,” arranged by Joseph Jennings; “The White Birds,” by Eric William Barnum; “Tonight Eternity Alone,” by Rene Clausen; “Abendlied” and “Sehnsucht,” by Johannes Brahams; and “Choral Dances from ‘Gloriana,’ ” by Benjamin Britten.

Oboe soloist Jennifer Hodges Bryan will be the featured artist with “Four Pastorales for Choir and Oboe,” by Cecil Effingers. Hodges Bryan is the principal oboist with the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra and also plays with the Manitowoc Symphony and Wisconsin Symphonic Winds.

Jennifer has played the English horn and oboe for 24 years and the violin for 30 years. A graduate of Lawrence University, she has performed with the Oshkosh Symphony, Green Lake Festival Choir, Waukesha Symphony, Appleton Boy Choir, White Heron Chorale, Dudley Birder Chorale (St. Norbert College) and shows at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.

All our concert venues are barrier-free and handicapped accessible.


Click here to see highlights from our past seasons.