Renewed Voices - All Performers

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A Bach Experience


Lily Hodges, Raceland, LA

Joy Menzies, New Orleans, LA

Reilly Mulcahy, New Orleans, LA

Amondria Owens, Opelousas, LA

Sophie Randall, The Woodlands, TX

Emily Rocus, Atlanta, GA

Sophie Romano, Hammond, LA

*Elise Strain, Slidell, LA

Trisha Thatai, Sterling, VA


Rose Bubenzer, Alexandria, LA

Bailey Burton, Longview, TX

*Bronwyn Clagett, Fairmont, WV

Trina Dang, Baton Rouge, LA

Anna Grace Gill, Monroe, LA

*Peyton Harding, Kennesaw, GA

Allison Hedrick, New Orleans, LA

Jules HuiHui, Fernandez, Zachary, LA

Lyndsay LaCaze, Tomball, TX

Olivia Lunsford, San Antonio, TX

Soo Jin Min, Seoul, South Korea

River Reese, Fort Worth, TX

Jocelyn Rowley, Macon,GA

Emily Stephens, Lafayette, LA

Juliet Strozhemina, Baton Rouge, LA

Gilana Warren, New Orleans, LA

Jozifein Woods, Santa Rosa, CA


Elaina Bachman, Lacombe, LA

Layla Battley, Baton Rouge, LA

Madison Berg, Montgomery, TX

Elena Cook, Lacombe, LA

Alana Fournet, Lake Charles, LA

Ziah Gill, Carson, CA

Kaitlyn Kelly, Baton Rouge, LA

Kalina Kuzian, Baton Rouge, LA

Gabriella La Perna, Houston, TX

Celeste Lovelady, Baton Rouge, LA

Kya Miller, Baton Rouge, LA

Kissa Nicholas-Whitt, Baton Rouge, LA

Elena Nikolaychuk, Livingston, TX

*Annalise Pitts, Zachary, LA

Taylor Todd, Rosenberg, TX

Makayla Zeigler, Madisonville, LA


Bethany Antoine, Baton Rouge, LA

*Arianna Casner, Hammond, LA

Harper Mathes, Baton Rouge, LA

Madison Mills, Dallas, TX

Mary Grace Moore, Covington, LA

Abigail V. Roques, Slidell, LA

Mariama Sesay, Baton Rouge, LA

Isabella Siddon, Houma, LA

Olivia Stagner, Tampa, FL

Robin Lilja Talbot, Williamsburg, VA

Gracie Thomas, West Monroe, LA

Rebecca Wright, El Paso, TX


Don Fields, Alexandria, LA

Henry Kiley, Ann Arbor, MI

Brandon Motz, Grand Junction, CO

Devin Trim, Baton Rouge, LA

Christian Wise, Sulphur, LA

Nicklaus White, Augusta, GA


Emmett Johnson, Mandeville, LA

Spencer LeFebvre, Anchorage, Alaska

Jack O’Connor, Metairie, LA

Tregg Walker, Zachary, LA


L. Fabián González, Barceloneta, PR

Eunbae Jeon, Seoul, South Korea

Andrew Scruggs, Bossier City, LA

Andrew Valentine, Baton Rouge, LA


Devin Bureau, Baton Rouge, LA

Grant Gladish, Sugar Land, TX

William Kiteley, Lake Charles, LA

Jackson Mills, Dallas, TX

David Walters, Portland, OR

* Choir Council

LSU Chorale and LSU Tiger Glee Club Trey Davis, conductor


Trey Davis is the Associate Director of Choral Studies at Louisiana State University where he conducts the LSU Chorale and the LSU Tiger Glee Club and teaches courses in graduate and undergraduate conducting and literature. Active as a guest artist and vocalist, he frequently conducts All-State and festival honor choirs throughout the nation. As the recipient of the Julius Herford Dissertation Prize for outstanding research in choral music, his writing has been described as “exceptional for it its level of details, insight, contextual grasp and elegance.” Dr. Davis has presented at state, regional, and national American Choral Directors Association conferences, for music educators associations throughout the nation, and for international conferences of the College Music Society. In 2020, he was selected as a featured presenter at the World Symposium on Choral Music in Auckland, New Zealand. Dr. Davis is the founder and conductor of Red Shift, the premier professional choir of Louisiana, which performed by invitation for the ACDA Southern Region Conference in Mobile, Alabama. Dr. Davis completed graduate studies in choral conducting at Texas Tech University and Westminster Choir College of Rider University and holds a degree in music education from Pepperdine University.

J.S. Bach (1685-1750) - Christ lag in Todes Banden, BWV 4


Versus 1 - Christ lag in Todes Banden

Versus 2 - Den Tod niemand zwingen kunnt - Yuiba Shin, soprano, Lily Scalisi, mezzo-soprano

Versus 3 - Jesus Christus, Gottes Sohn - Kyle Melton, tenor

Versus 4 - Es war ein wunderlicher KriegBronwyn Clagett, Rose Bubenzer, Trisha Thatai, Gilana Warren, soprano Madison Berg, Bailey Burton, River Reese, Emily Rocus, alto Spencer LeFebvre, Brandon Motz, Nicklaus White, tenor Devin Bureau, L. Fabián González, David, bass

Versus 5 - Hier ist das rechte Osterlamm

Versus 6 - So feiern wir das hohe - Fest Chuyan Luo, soprano, Kyle Melton, tenor Versus 7 - Wir essen und leben wohl


Christ lag in Todes Banden Martin Luther, trans. Francis Browne

Christ lay in death’s bonds handed over for our sins, he is risen again and has brought us life for this we should be joyful, praise God and be thankful to him and sing allelluia, Alleluia!

Den Tod niemand zwingen kunnt Nobody could overcome death among all the children of mankind. Our sin was the cause of all this, no innocence was to be found. Therefore death came so quickly and seized power over us. Held us captive in his kingdom. Alleluia!

Jesus Christus, Gottes Sohn Jesus Christ, God’s son, has come to our place and has put aside our sins, and in this way from death has taken all his rights and his power, here remains nothing but death’s outward form, it has lost its sting. Alleluia!

Es war ein wunderlicher Krieg It was a strange battle where death and life struggled. Life won the victory, it has swallowed up death. Scripture has proclaimed how one death ate the other, death has become a mockery. Alleluia.

Hier ist das rechte Osterlamm Here is the true Easter lamb that God has offered, which high on the trunk of the cross is roasted in burning love, whose blood marks our doors, which faith holds in front of death, the strangler can harm us no more Alleluia.

So feiern wir das hohe Fest Thus we celebrate the high feast with joy in our hearts and delight that the Lord lets shine for us. He is himself the sun who through the brilliance of his grace enlightens our hearts completely, the night of sin has disappeared. Alleluia!

Wir essen und leben wohl We eat and live well on the right Easter cakes, the old sourdough should not be with the word grace, Christ will be our food and alone feed the soul, faith will live in no other way. Alleluia! He died that we might be forgiven, He died to make us good. That we might go at last to heaven. Saved by his precious blood.


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