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Reunion Concert
50th Anniversary Concert

choral first concertThe Shrewsbury Chorale in 1957 at Monmouth College performing in our first concert.

Four Slovak Songs

Bela BartokBela Bartok



mozartWolfgang Amadeus

Dies Irae and Lacrymosa from Requiem Mass in D Minor




Choose Something Like a Star

The Last Words of David

The Road Not TakenRandall ThompsonRandall Thompson


June 2, 2007 8PM
Pollak Theatre at Monmouth University
A special 50th Anniversary Celebration concert featuring work commissioned by the Chorale as well as works performed in our very first season and throughout our history.
Five past Music Directors and many former members will be participating in this special concert performance. Join us after our program for a reception featuring artifacts and memorabilia from our past.

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                      Concert Program

How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place
Psalm 84

from Mount of Olives

Johannes BrahmsJohannes Brahms

Ludvig van BeethovenLudwig Van Beethoven
Hallelujah unto God's Almighty Son.
Praise the Lord, ye bright angellic choirs,
In holy songs of joy.
Man, proclaim His grace and glory,
hallelujah unto god's Almighty Son. 

As Angels in Some Brighter Dreams...

Written for the Chorale in memory of our former director
Brian Aschinger:

Brian Aschingerby his friend, English composer Howard Goodall

Howard Goodall

Read what Mr. Goodall wrote to the chorale about his
friendship with Brian and how he came to write
his lovely piece for the chorale.


Battle Hymn of the Republic
Arranged by Peter J. Wilhousky 

Julia Ward HoweLyrics by Julia Ward Howe  

John Brown Song
Music by William Steffe

Serenade to Music

Ralph Vaughan WilliamsRalph Vaughan-Williams

Coronation Anthem #1
"Zadok the Priest"

HandelGeorg Friedrich Händel

From our scrapbooks...these are two momentos of the chorale's first concert
...we have come full circle back to Monmouth University.

chorale first concert

first concert ticket