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UA Little Rock to Host ‘Voces Omnes’ Concert March 7 Featuring UA Little Rock and High School Choirs

The UA Little Rock Concert Choir
The UA Little Rock Concert Choir

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will host a free musical performance featuring UA Little Rock Choirs and guest performers from the community on Monday, March. 7.

The popular “Voces Omnes” concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building at UA Little Rock. Special guest performers include the Parkview High School Lab Singers, Central High School Madrigals, and the Robinson High School Singing Senators.

UA Little Rock Choirs will be performing a student showcase collage, including student compositions, student conductors, highlights of All State and Southwest Regional Collegiate Honor Choir singers, and more. The night’s performance will include the premier of “The Harbor and the Sea” – a commissioned piece by composer Ellen Voth to be performed by the UA Little Rock Women’s Choir.

Selections to be performed by UA Little Rock Choirs include a “City Called Heaven” (arr. Josephine Poelinitz) – conducted by student conductor Carmen Ramirez; “Psalm 23” by student composer Brent Foster II; “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus; “The Song We Sing” by Jacob Narverud, and more.

Arkansas high school choirs will perform CPA (Choral Performance Assessment) programs in preparation for their upcoming CPA competitions.

For more information, contact Dr. Lorissa Mason, director of choral activities, at

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