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The Philharmonic Chorus has a long tradition of singing music from eastern Europe and Russia. For the 2012 Tudor Dinners we sang an old favorite, Chesnikov's "Salvation is Created" in Russian.
From our Spring, 2013, concert at Covenant Presebyterian Church is Giovanni Pierluigi Palestrina's "Sicut cervus," a choral work which exemplifies the contrapuntal tradition of choral music in the 16th century.
The Philharmonic Chorus frequently performs works of recent composition and Z. Randall Stroope's "Conversion of Saul" was composed 2004. The Chorus received many favorable comments for this performance!