Voice at UALR
If you love to sing, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock offers opportunities to perform as a member of our choral and opera ensembles, or to shine as a soloist in jazz ensemble, oratorio, opera or song recital. Our experienced, world-renowned faculty offers private and class voice lessons, teaches classes in diction and performance skills, and leads a summer study program in Italy.
UALR students regularly perform with area professional music and theater organizations, such as The Rep, The Arkansas Symphony, The Hot Springs Music Festival and Wildwood Park.
UALR Choirs present masterworks by Vivaldi, Haydn, and Rutter — Monday, April 20, 7:30 p.m.
Three UALR choirs share the stage to present “A Celebration in Song” in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall on the UALR campus on Monday, April 20, at 7:30 p.m.
The UALR Community Chorus will present Franz Joseph Haydn’s Te Deum and Antonio Vivaldi’s Gloria in D. In honor of the chorus’s 10th anniversary, soprano Jessica Ferring and mezzo-soprano Satia Spencer, both UALR alumnae, return to their alma mater as the featured soloists in Vivaldi’s Gloria.
The UALR Concert Choir will perform the first and third movements of John Rutter’s Gloria along with two shorter pieces by composers Neil Ginsburg and Rene Clausen. The elite UALR Chamber Choir will sing two a capella pieces: “Set Me as a Seal on Your Heart” and “Lonesome Road.”
The concert is open to the public and includes a dessert reception after the performance. General admission is $10; UALR students, faculty, and staff are eligible for one free ticket with ID. Pick up your tickets at the door or call 501-352-2380 to reserve advance tickets to be picked up at Will Call.