First Presbyterian Church Bellevue

Chancel Choir

Both of the Friday and Saturday performances were basically sold out. They were great concerts and appreciative audiences!  For all of you who attended the concerts and/or visited our pages, Thank You!

Brahms Requiem (2004) Mendelssohn's Elijah

The clips shown below are the choral movements from our concert.

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This timeless masterwork features brilliant young nationally acclaimed soloists and a 125-voice choir in music that inspires the seasoned concertgoer and is accessible to the newcomer to the world of classical choral repertoire.

Haydn’s work is filled with vivid musical “pictures” of nature, depicting the Biblical story of creation from the beginning of light, through the creation of earth, moon, stars, and all living things. Two evenings of brilliant arias and powerful choruses. Two evenings of beautiful music that anyone can enjoy!

These evenings of great music feature soloists Morgan Smith, baritone; Teri Richter, soprano and Ross Hauck, tenor.

Conducted by Scott Dean and sung by the Chancel Choir with Festival Orchestra.

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