Our next concert will take place on in December 2017, as we kick off our second decade of singing! Check back for more details.
Celebrating 10 years of music and singing, this performance featured Requiem For the Living by Dan Forrest (yes, that’s right, a Requiem!), along with a selection of favorites from the past 10 years.
In the KSUCAC’s 10th year, this performance looked back at previous holiday celebrations, and threw in a little Vivaldi for good "measure."
There’s a Time to Laugh, a Time to Cry, and a Time for Singing: Songs of Humanity.
"Christmas Story Conveyed Through Song" told a heartwarming story of the memories of Christmas time, the time spent with loved ones, and the reason for the season.
"Illumination" was a collaborative concert that brought together the voices of the KSUCAC, but the KSU Men’s Ensemble and the KSU Chamber Singers, filling the stage with over 150 voices, and for the first time, graced the Morgan Concert Hall with the sound and beauty of an organ.
The highlight of the Fall 2014 performance was the full performance of Messiah by George Frideric Handel, written in 1741. This performance has featured several renowned performers on the Kennesaw State University campus, including Jana Young (soprano), Jennifer Olenic (mezzo-soprano), Richard Kosowski (tenor), and KSU Professor Oral Moses (bass-baritone).
Spring 2014 “In the Merry Month of May” featured a selection of English Folk Songs, and also included John Rutter’s Requiem G.F. Handel arr. Hal H. Hopson Praise the Lord from “Judas Maccabeus” John Bennet (c. 1575 – after 1614)…
"Twas the Night" presented a selection of holiday classics and featured a harp accompaniment by Julie Albertson.
"”A Celebration of American Music: From Classics to Broadway" featured a variety of well-known pieces from popular broadway shows and American culture.