In Collaboration with University Chamber Singers
Kathy Romey - Conductor

Join the University Chamber Singers and the Bach Society of Minnesota musicians in their first performance collaboration–
Bach’s early Weimar cantata for Palm Sunday
BWV 182 Himmelskönig, sei willkommen (King of Heaven, welcome!)
Paired with luminous vocal music from Renaissance and Baroque composers of Latin America, this concert will be a joyous occasion marked with shouts of praise.  

Sunday, April 10, 2022 - 4 PM
Ted Mann Concert Hall, University of Minnesota

Free Admission

Live-stream performance from Ted Mann Concert Hall can be viewed using this link.

Featuring

Kathy Romey - Conductor

Kathy Saltzman Romey is Director of Choral Activities at the University of Minnesota, where she oversees the graduate program in choral conducting and conducts choirs. She is also Artistic Director of the 200-voice symphonic chorus, The Minnesota Chorale, which serves as principal chorus for the Minnesota Orchestra. Known for her meticulous training of choirs, Romey has prepared the Chorale for performances with both the Minnesota Orchestra and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra under the baton of such acclaimed conductors as James Conlon, Nicholas McGegan, Bobby McFerrin, Roger Norrington, Helmuth Rilling, Robert Shaw, Leonard Slatkin, Osmo Vänskä, Edo de Waart, and Hugh Wolff. Read More

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