Penn Chorale

Apr 5, 2020 at - | St. Mary’s Church, Hamilton Village, 3916 Locust Walk

Penn Chorale


The Department of Music is pleased to present the second performance of Penn Chorale under the direction of Chorus Master and Conductor, Elizabeth Braden.



  • Sure on this Shining Night, Morten Lauridsen. Text by James Agee
  • Counting Stars, Ted Babcock. Text by the composer. 
  • Love of Fire, John Conahan. Text by Sarah Hudlow. 
  • Deep in the Night, Jennifer Higdon. Text by the composer.
  • The Peace of Wild Things, Jake Runestad. Text by Wendell Berry
  • Frostiana, Randall Thompson (selected movements). Poetry of Robert Frost: The Road Not TakenCome InStopping by Woods on a Snowy EveningChoose Something Like a Star.
  • Stars, Eriks Esenvalds. Text by Sara Teasdale


Admission is free with Penn Card; $5 for general admission.



The Penn Chorale is a newly formed choral ensemble, making its debut in the 2019-2020 Academic Year. The Penn Chorale performs a variety of choral music with a special emphasis on repertoire written in 21st and late 20th centuries. The Penn Chorale rehearses once a week and perform two concerts each year. 


Penn Chorale