Oberlin College Choir & Oberlin Baroque at Brick Church


Oberlin College Choir performs "Christ Lag in Todesbanden" by J. S. Bach

Oberlin Baroque performs the Trauer Cantata by Teleman

Oberlin Baroque and the Oberlin College Choir join together for a terrific performance at Brick Presbyterian Church. Since 2008, Brick Church and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music have collaborated in a sacred music internship program.

Oberlin College Choir

The Oberlin College Choir is a highly select ensemble chosen from students at the conservatory and the college. Founded by Olaf C. Christiansen in 1929, it has been led by such illustrious conductors as Robert Fountain and Daniel Moe, and has won critical acclaim for performances in the United States and abroad. {READ MORE}

Oberlin Baroque

For forty years, Oberlin’s name has been synonymous with the highest artistic quality of historical performance practices. Oberlin Baroque is an ensemble from the conservatory’s renowned Historical Performance department. Formed of majors at the undergraduate and Master’s level, these accomplished young artists work with an internationally renowned faculty and guest artists, gaining experience in a broad range of practices changing in response to the new discoveries and fresh understandings in this dynamic field. {READ MORE}

Jason Harris, conductor

Jason Harris conducts the Oberlin College Choir, Oberlin Treble Ensemble, Oberlin Musical Union, and teaches choral conducting. In 2006, he received two Grammy Awards (Best Choral Performance and Best Classical Album) as a choral director for the critically acclaimed Naxos recording of William Bolcom’s monumental Songs of Innocence and of Experience. {READ MORE}

Oberlin College Choir
and Oberlin Baroque

Jason Harris
, Oberlin College Choir

Brick Church

Saturday, January 19th, 2013

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Joseph Bodin de Boismortier
Concerto in E Minor
for flute, violin, oboe, cello,
and basso continuo, Op.37/6

Johann Sebastian Bach
Sonata in G Minor
for viola da gamba and harpsichord
BWV 1029

Pierre du Mage
from Premier livre d’orgue (1708)


Thomas Tallis
O come in one to praise the Lord

Sergei Rachmaninov
Priidite poklonimsia

Thomas Tallis
Expend, O Lord, my plaint

Nicolas Gombert
Lugebat David Absalon

Thomas Tallis
Man blest no doubt

Cyrillus Kreek
Õnnis on inimene


Edward Bairstow
I sat down under his shadow

Ola Gjeilo
Northern Lights,
“Pulchra es anima mea”


Sergei Rachmaninov
Bogoroditse devo

Arvo Part
Bogoroditse devo

arr. Craig Hella Johnson

arr. Alice Parker
My God is a Rock

Oberlin Illuminate

DeWitt Stern

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