Concert: Sunday, August 6, 8:00 p.m., Orchestra Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Listen to entire concert, commentary, and interviews with APM 's Brian Newhouse.
for the Golden Fleece Mateo Romero
Introïtus: Dominus secus mare (Cantus Gregorianus)
In devotione, Motete a 8 (Catedral de Jaca)
Kyrie Christe Kyrie (*)
Gloria in excelsis Deo (*)
Gradualia: In omnem terram (Cantus Gregorianus)
Tiento de organo ( Francisco Correa de Arauxo)
Alleluia: Lectio - Per misericordiam tuam
Offertoria: Mihi autem (Cantus Gregorianus)
Tiento con dos tiples (cornetas - Francisco Correa de Arauxo)
Elevatio: Pan divino gracioso (Villancico a 4 de Francisco Guerrero)
Pater Noster (alternatim)
Agnus Dei (*)
Communio: Agnus Dei de Jusquin , Glosado da Cabezon para tecla (organo) y arpa
Dicit Andrea Simoni ( Cantus Gregorianus)
Deo gratias: Laudate Dominum omnes gentes (Motete "del Maestro Capitan" a 12, en 3 coros, El Escorial - Catedral de Valladolid )
bonae voluntatis 9 vocum, real monasterio de El Escorial
Boy's Choir: Primus
Psalm 91 Scott Brubacher
Psalm 96: Cantate Domino Hans Leo Hassler
a Culture of Peace
Rainbow round my shoulder arr. Robert de Cormier
U2; arr Bob Chilcott
Jean Tubéry is an acclaimed teacher and conductor, leading classes in the cornetto and conducting masterclasses throughout Europe and the U.S.A. He created the group, la Fenice, which obtained first prize at the International Competition of Ancient Music in Bruges and Malmö. In 2001, he was named "Chevalier" by the French Ministry of Culture.
Primus is comprised of a select group of senior singers who are pleased to represent Canada at the sixth World Choral Symposium.
Carol Beynon is an Associate Professor at The University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Education, where she teaches choral music pedagogy and is Chair of Graduate Studies. Dr. Beynon is a specialist in boys' and men's vocal and choral development and serves as an international conductor and adjudicator for music festivals in Canada and the United States. She is a published author in several scholarly journals and recently released her first book through Prentice Hall entitled, Learning to Teach. Dr. Beynon is the recipient of the President's Prize of Phi Delta Kappa, the Kappan Award for leadership and service in teacher education, and has received several awards for outstanding teaching from The University of Western Ontario Students' Council.
Ken Fleet, a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and Westminster Choir College, taught at UWO from 1984 to 1995, conducting Concert Choir, Chorale and the UWO Singers. This year, he returns again to UWO to teach choral pedagogy. He has taught at Medway Secondary School since 1976 and has consistently produced award-winning choirs. He has been conductor of London Pro Musica since 1988 and in 1999 was conductor of the Ontario Youth Choir. Mr. Fleet has been a frequent guest conductor of Orchestra London and has presented numerous clinics, workshops and adjudications across Canada and North America. He also is a choral editor for the Neil A. Kjos Music Company, San Diego, California.