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HOLIDAY CHORAL CONCERT Friday I December 6, 2019 I 7:30 pm Cathedral of the Annunciation, Stockton UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC CHORAL ENSEMBLES Dr. Yejee Choi | director Patricia Grimm and Monica Swope ‘91 | collaborative pianists EDISON HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS Mel Sugitan ‘76 | director Anthony Milano ‘19 | collaborative pianist SAINT MARY HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS Joshua Landin ‘15 | director PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA, BETA PI CHAPTER, UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC Jorge Torrez ‘20 | student music director Professor Burr C. Phillips | faculty supervisor

56th Performance I 2019-2020 Academic Year I Conservatory of Music I University of the Pacific


Arr. Canadian Brass

Thomas Hubel and Cristina O’Brien, trumpets Wren Buse, horn; Josh Dunsford, trombone; Robert Huntington, tuba

PROCESSION - PACIFIC CHOIRS Arr. Laura Hoggard (1915-2007)

Personent Hodie

Thomas Hubel, Cristina O’Brien, Jack Chivers and Andrew Marcopulos, trumpets Rebecca Growcott, Josh Dunsford, Nico Peruzzi, Will Hauan, Charles Tuttle and Felix Contreas-Díaz, trombones Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky (1840-1893)

Hymn of the Cherubim

UNIVERSITY CHORUS Ukraine Folk Song Arr. Earlene Rentz (b. 1950) Orchestration Robert Huntington ‘20

Sleigh Bells

Thomas Hubel and Cristina O’Brien, trumpets Wren Buse, horn; Josh Dunsford, trombone; Robert Huntington, tuba

In the Bleak Midwinter

Gustav Holst Arr. Abbie Betinis (b. 1980)

Bhakti Chan and Jenna Deibert, soloists


Kirk Franklin (b. 1970) Solo arr. Yejee Choi Filotapir Ebid and Simone Gamble, Maddy Raneses, soloists Salvador Garcia Aldana, beatboxer

TRANSITION - PACIFIC CHOIRS Arr. Frode Fjelheim (b. 1959) Arr. Christophe Beck (b. 1972)


Kadri Nizam, hand percussion

EDISON HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR Gloria from Misa Criolla

Ariel Ramirez (1921-2010)

Jaynard Adloc and Chrispin Valente, soloists Israel Orozco, vihuela; Demarius Carmon, guitarron Ose Shalom (The One Who Makes Peace)

John Leavitt (b. 1956)

Israel Orozco, cello; Demarius Carmon, guitarron; Ethan Meraz, violin Praise His Holy Name Jazlynn Lomeli, soloist

Keith Hampton (b. 1973)

PHI MHU ALPHA SINFONIA Born on a New Day Burr C. Phillips, piano O Tannenbaum

John David (b. 1946) Arr. Peter Knight

Earnst Anschütz (1780-1861) Arr. Robert Shaw/Alice Parker Justin Beasley, soloist

TRANSITION - PACIFIC CHOIRS O Salutaris Hostias Gina Mitchell and Sadai Servin, soloists

Ēriks Ešenvalds (b. 1977)

SAINT MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS PRIMA VOCE Gustav Holst (1874-1934) Arr. Joshua Landin ‘15

In The Bleak Midwinter

John Frederick Coots (1897-1985) Arr. Trumball

Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town

CONCERT CHOIR Richard Kountz (1896-1950) Arr. Graham Nash (b. 1942)

The Sleigh (Á la Russe)

Mary K. Coffman

Thank You Dear Lord For Music COMBINED CHOIRS

Ken Medema (b. 1943) Arr. Jack Schrader (b. 1942)

Lord, Listen To Your Children Praying

TRANSITION - 209 BRASS QUINTET Traditional Irish Folk Song Arr. Pittsburgh Symphony Brass

Wexford Carol

Jack Chivers and Andrew Marcopulos, trumpets; Braydon Ross, horn Rebecca Growcott, trombone; Josh Lopez, tuba

PACIFIC SINGERS O magnum mysterium

Francis Poulnec (1899-1963)

Bogoroditse Djevo

Arvo Pärt           (b. 1935)

What Love Is This of Thine Sadai Servin, Jordan Somers, soloists De King Is Born Today

Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) Arr. Morgan Ames

Hannah Lampkin, Kadri Nizam, soloists; Salvador Garcia Aldana, beatboxer

AUDIENCE SING-ALONG with 209 BRASS QUINTET Felix Bernard (1897-1944) Arr. Yejee Choi

Winter Wonderland

PLEASE JOIN US IN SINGING! Sleigh bells ring, are you listening? In the lane, snow is glistening A beautiful sight We’re happy tonight Walking in a winter wonderland Gone away is the bluebird Here to stay is a new bird He sings a love song As we go along Walking in a winter wonderland In the meadow we can build a snowman We’ll pretend that he is Parson Brown He’ll say, Are you married? We’ll say, No man But you can do the job while you’re in town Later on, we’ll conspire As we dream by the fire To face unafraid The plans that we’ve made Walking in a winter wonderland

FINALE - ALL CHOIRS Traditional African song Arr. Brad Holmes


Firotapir Ebid, Dion Nikkelsen, Kadri Nizam, James Scott, soloists Samantha Sanchez, Ravyn Stanford, Kadri Nizam, percussion O Holy Night

Adolphe Adam (1803-1856) Arr. Gary Fry

Thomas Hubel and Cristina O’Brien, trumpets; Wren Buse, horn Josh Dunsford, trombone; Robert Huntington, tuba; Vincent Lei, Samantha Sanchez and Ravyn Stanford, percussion; Kyle Bossert, timpani

PACIFIC CHORAL ENSEMBLES The Pacific Choral Ensembles have had a long and distinguished tradition with the first a cappella choir in the West established in 1916. The Pacific Choral Ensembles are a rich and vital component of the Conservatory of Music and University of the Pacific’s life. They are a platform for the fundamentals of ensemble collaboration, musicianship and musicality, providing an opportunity to learn a myriad of styles and genres while singing together. Membership into the choral ensembles is open by audition to any University of the Pacific student of any major at the beginning of each semester. PACIFIC SINGERS The Pacific Singers are a select mixed-voice chamber choir that collaborates with the University Chorus each semester for two choral concerts. Other collaborations include with the University Symphony Orchestra and the Stockton Symphony in performance of major choral and orchestral works. In October 2018, the Pacific Singers, alongside the University Chorus and the Delta Choirs, collaborated with the University of the Pacific Percussion Ensemble in Gene Koshinski’s Concerto for Marimba and Choir. In November 2018, the ensemble made a successful concert tour to Santa Cruz and Aptos area giving six performances and collaborating with various high school and community college choirs. Throughout the academic year, the ensemble performs at major University events such as University of the Pacific’s commencement ceremony and Holiday Roar Luncheon, and Regent’s dinner parties. UNIVERSITY CHORUS University Chorus is a large mixed chorus open to any student in the University by audition. It combines with the other choirs for two performances each semester and performs in both a cappella and choral-orchestral works in a wide variety of genres. This past October, the Pacific Singers, alongside the University Chorus and the Delta Choirs, collaborated with the University of the Pacific Percussion Ensemble in Gene Koshinski’s Concerto for Marimba and Choir.

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UNIVERSITY CHORUS Justine Abuso Holden Adams Hector Alejandres Nicole Allen Gabrielle Baluyot Bailey Bertao Kelvin Boateng Riley Brearton Brian Bui Caroline Burke-Baker Diego Bustamante Gabriella Campitelli Wyatt Cannon Andrew Carlson• Hailey Cating Yi ‘Leo’ Chang Jack Chivers Amanda Davis † Ensemble President

Jenna Deibert • Rachel Dolan Susan Estrada † Jacob Faulk John Fox Simone Gamble Salvador Garcia Aldana Rebecca Growcott Maddie Horton Lee Kaj Joseph Kruse Poyan “Florence” Lam Anne Le Briana Lee Daniel Liu Keon Mackay Bryan Mah Michelle Miracle Key:

§ Ensemble Vice President

Mah Noor Whitney Perry Qijun “Randy” Ran Madelene Raneses Nick Rider Marcus Romero Braydon Ross James Scott §• Emilyn Angelica Simon Ravyn Stanford • Cole Torquemada Paige Tucker Ryan Vang • Liz Wong Curtiss Wright Nuoyan “Noah” Yin Christina Yu Tianjun Zheng • Section Leaders

PACIFIC SINGERS Abby Anderson Mara Baldwin Mateus Barioni Justin Beasley Josh Carbardo Bhakti Chan Cameron Costa Ceara Costa Elyse Coty Nick Davis • Rose Dickson Filo Ebid ††† President Emeritus of Pacific Choirs

Rachel Ferreria Brylan Finley Nicole Ikeda Alex Istudor Hannah Lampkin • Davis Mahoney § Jasmine Melendez • # Amanda Mikkelssen • Regina Mitchell Joshua Navarro Dion Nikkelsen Kadri Bin Mohamad Nizam Key:

† Ensemble President § Ensemble Vice President

Emily Osborne Josh Porter † • # James Scott • Sadai Servin # Anthony Silva Jordan Somer Lily Tumbale Rebekah Thomas Jorge Torrez ††† Ryan Vang Maggie Walley Lauren Woomer • Section Leaders # Choral Teaching Assistants

EDISON CHOIR The Edison Show Choir is a diverse group of singers and dancers who study and perform college level choir repertoire, jazz, popular, and spiritual/gospel music. They learn choreography to popular and Broadway songs. They perform at all Edison home football games, ASB and school activities, and at community events. Recently, the ensemble performed for the 2019 United Way event and the Veterans Administration Ground Breaking Ceremony for the new VA Clinic in Stockton. The Choir has won numerous awards and trophies. Jaynard Adloc Dalay Alvarado Eunice Aquiar Alexander Baliola Ann Bumagat Mark Busto Gisel Chavez Stephanie Chavez Justin Deiz Jadelle Duhaylungsod Mikeko Generoso Galilea Gonzalez Syrus Gonzalez David Hernandez Angel Hinaut Dahlia Inis Jessica Jordan Nadelyn Meraz

Catherine Quero Alyson Ripoyla Natalie Soto Alaysa Beltran Franchesca Bulangis Charles Everetts Areona Juarez Migual Lizarraga Jazlynn Lomeli Faye Macion Alexander Magana Ethan Meraz Mikaela Moore Michael Tabora Angel Tovar Morales Kaylee Nitura Jasarry Ocapan Emily Olivares

Lauren Osana Joshua Petalio Jocelyn Perez Christian Pike Mallory Preeo Chloe Roberts Kaylana San Jay’nell Smith Carl Sumaylo Enif Tabora Sirius Tabora Jerelyn Tello Nikki Thao Kimberly Valdez Chrispin Valente Alyssa Valenzuela Lisa Vang Malai Vang

SAINT MARY HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS St. Mary’s High School’s Concert Choir, an SATB ensemble, is open to all students while Prima Voce, an advanced women’s choir, is open to female students by audition. Both ensembles perform at many school and community functions. Prima Voce has the distinction of being the face of the school at school donor functions and community campaigns. Both choirs compete at National Festivals and, this year, they both took home a Silver rating. The Concert Choir ranked third in their category at the Anaheim Heritage Festival.

SAINT MARY HIGH SCHOOL CHOIRS cont. Concert Choir Colin Cacconie Andrew Chavez Ian Fondacabe Justin Lee Ava Lombardi Kezia Loudd Cecilia Madary Luke Orlando Trinity Reyes

Emma Robles Kyle Samson Aleen Ung Cyprian Ustach Van Do Prima Voce Taylor Barnes Sara Ciapusci Samantha DeCosta

LuccaBella Hairston Emma Johnson Frances Lofranco Stella Mahnke April Murphy Maeralyn Pogoso Isabel Rafanan Sophia Respicio Queen Torres

PHI MU ALPHA SINFONIA AT PACIFIC Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia is the world’s oldest and largest national fraternal society in music. Sinfonia was born in1898 at the New England Conservatory, Boston, when a group of thirteen young men under the guidance of Ossian Everett Mills met “to consider the social life of the young men students of that institution [and] to devise ways and means by which it might be improved.” With the admission of a group of men at the Broad Street Conservatory, Philadelphia, Sinfonia became a national fraternity in 1900. For over a century, Sinfonians in nearly every field of study and professional endeavor have transformed music in America. The opportunity of becoming a Sinfonian is offered to men who, through their love for music, can assist in the fulfillment of the Fraternity’s Object and ideals either by adopting music as a profession or by working to advance the cause of music in America. Peter Altamura * Byron Ayala RJ Bagus Justin Beasley Jack Chivers Tristen Collinsworth * Andy Davis Nick Davis Felix Diaz Contreras Josh Dunsford * Eric Espinoza Emmanuel Fernandes * Arturo Garcia

Zac Grenig Will Hauan * Robert Huntington Kevin Iwai Domenic Jimenez Dorian Jones Joseph Kruse Stephen Lambert Kyle Lesh * Josh Lopez Matthew Loya * Bryan Mah Andrew Marcopulous

*Executive Board


+ Music Director

Andy McKimmy Dion Nickelson Ryan Porter Marcus Romero Braydon Ross James Scott Jorge Torrez * + Trevor Trinity-Rees Charles Tuttle Tyler Van Zuiden Dereck Vicevich Curtiss Wright *

DIRECTORS Dr. Yejee Choi joined the faculty at University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music in fall 2016 as the Director of Choral Studies. Dr. Choi completed her Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Music at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music. While at USC, she taught Choral Conducting I, USC Oriana Women’s Choir, and served as the Assistant Conductor of USC Concert Choir. Her Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting is from University of Minnesota, where she served as Co-Director and Assistant Conductor of the University Singers, UM Women’s Chorus, and UM Campus Singers. Originally from South Korea, Dr. Choi studied English Literature at Yonsei University and composition at the Korean National University of Art, one of the most prestigious music conservatories in Seoul, South Korea. Besides voice, conducting, and composition, Dr. Choi received a rigorous training in piano and organ and performed with various instrumental chamber music ensembles. Dr. Choi has performed and conducted in various venues in South Korea, Japan, China, New Zealand, Australia, and across the United States. She has participated in master classes and workshops led by Simon Halsey, Marin Alsop, and David Hill, as well as enjoying
opportunities to perform under the baton of Helmuth Rilling, James Conlon, and Grant Gershon. Her teachers include J.W. Park, Kathy Salzman Romey, Lillian Tan, Jo-Michael Scheibe, Nick Strimple, Cristian Grases, Tram Sparks, Morten Lauridsen, and Adam Knight Gilbert. Dr. Choi is the Co-Founder, Assistant Conductor, and Composer in Residence of J.W. Summer Festival Chorale, the semi-professional choir of 93 members in Seoul, South Korea. A compassionate advocate of community engagement through music, Dr. Choi is also the founding board member of the Music Belongs to Everyone! series, a youth outreach program through choral music, affiliated with J.W. Chorale, South Korea. Recently, she held the similar position as the Choral Director of Esperanza Azteca Youth Orchestra & Choir in Los Angeles, where she was responsible for developing the curriculum and personnel of the 90-voice youth choir. A member of American Choral Directors Association and International Federation of Choral Music, Dr. Choi maintains an active career as a guest conductor and clinician. Professor Burr C. Phillips joined the faculty of the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific in the fall of 2007. Previously, he was a faculty member at the University of Texas (Arlington), Southern Methodist University, and Northern Arizona University. He holds the MM in Vocal Pedagogy and Performance from Texas Christian University and the BM in Vocal Performance from the University of North Texas.

DIRECTORS Mr. Phillips has performed with the Dallas Symphony, Royal Philharmonic (London), Fort Worth Symphony, Honolulu Symphony, and San Antonio Symphony. He has also appeared with Sacramento Opera, the Santa Fe Opera, Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Chautauqua Opera, and Carmel Bach Festival. He has taught at the Big Bear Lake Festival of Song (Big Bear Lake, CA) as well as the Taos Opera Institute (Taos, NM) since the summer of 2010. Sought after as an adjudicator for various national competitions in singing, Mr. Phillips has served on juries for the National Association of Teachers of Singing Artist Award (NATSAA) on regional levels in San Jose, CA and Las Vegas, NV. In the Fall of 2012, he served as a jury member to adjudicate the preliminary rounds for the Texoma Singer of the Year competition at the University of North Texas (Denton, TX). This event drew singers from Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arkansas and Louisiana. At the Conservatory, Professor Phillips teaches private voice, vocal coaching, lyric diction and assists in the preparation of opera. Jorge A. Torrez ‘20 is in his senior year at University of the Pacific studying Vocal Performance under the vocal guidance of Professor Burr C. Phillips and Dr. Lynelle Wiens. Jorge’s previous credits include being featured at the International Baroque Academy in Oberaudorf, Germany as one of five countertenors in various baroque opera scenes under the direction of Sigrid T’Hooft, the Narrator in Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet Suite with the Stockton Symphony directed by Peter Jaffe, Professor Jim Haffner’s Michael Chekhov acting technique seminar at the National Opera Association Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, and as a featured soloist with Sacramento’s baroque chamber ensemble Sinfonia Spirituosa directed by Dr. Lorna Peters. Jorge is also the current music director for the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Beta Pi Chapter, Men’s Chorus. Joshua Landin ‘15 is in his second year of teaching at Saint Mary’s High School, after having taught general music and choir in Lincoln Unified School District at the elementary and middle school levels for three years. At Saint Mary’s, he teaches both choirs, the band, drumline and guitar classes, as well as music-directs the Spring Musical. He is a graduate of University of the Pacific’s Conservatory of Music where he majored in Music Education with a choral emphasis. Mr Landin is very proud to be able to come back to his Alma Mater to expose many more students to the wonderful musical experiences that Pacific’s Choral Program has to offer. He thanks Dr. Choi for the opportunity and the honor of collaborating with her, and hopes to continue this relationship into the future.

DIRECTORS Mel T. Suguitan ‘76 was raised and educated in Stockton. He graduated from Edison High and attended the Conservatory of Music at University of the Pacific where he majored in Music Education, and studied violin and voice. As a student at Pacific, he was inspired by his professors Dr. William Dehning (Pacific Choir Director) and Dr. Lawrence McQuerey (Director of Music Education) who promoted excellence in performance and in music education for all. In 1977, Mr. Suguitan was hired as a featured vocalist for the Air Force Band of the Golden West where he was the musical director of the pop/jazz bands. As the band director of the USAF Band in Europe, he toured thirteen different countries. For six years, he was the drum major for the Air Force Band of the Golden West. Notable performances during that time include a vocal feature on NBC’s Fantasy with Peter Marshall and Leslie Uggams, a televised performance on the 1997 Tournament of Roses Special, entertaining the United States military troops in Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm, entertaining 10,000 people at the Grand Platz during the 1995 Brussels Jazz Rally, and a performance for President Reagan when he presented President Gorbachev with the Ronald Reagan Freedom Award. While in the Air Force, Mr. Suguitan received a Bachelor of Music degree from Loma Linda University with voice concentration. Currently, he is attending San Jose State University pursuing a Master’s degree in Music Education with a focus on mariachi curriculum. After retiring from the Air Force Mr. Suguitan came back to Stockton to teach music at Stagg High School and Edison High. Later on, while teaching at Chavez High, his orchestra, choirs and mariachis became award winning ensembles. Currently, Mr. Suguitan is teaching at Edison High where he brought mariachi into the school curriculum. For recreation, Mr. Suguitan enjoys singing with his vocal group the Class of ’72 (made up of four classmates from Edison’s class of 1972) and making music with the Trinity Presbyterian Church choir. Also, he chairs the prestigious Edison Hall of Fame. Significant awards include the Stockton Esquire Club Service Award for Education (2001), the Stockton Arts Commission’s Wayne Nadeau Award for achievements in music education (2002), 2007 Edison Hall of Fame inductee, Filipino American National Historical Society Service Award (2009), University of the Pacific‘s Phi Beta Kappa International Special Programs Award (2012), the San Joaquin County El Concilio 2012 Amigo of the Year Award and he was inducted into the 2016 San Joaquin County Mexican American Hall of Fame. Mr. Mel T. Suguitan believes his calling is to mentor young people through music.


Personent hodie voces puerulae, laundantes iucunde qui nobis est natus, summo Deo datus, et de vir, vir, vir (2x) et de virgineo ventre procreatus.

Let resound today the voices of children, joyfully praising Him who is born to us, given by most high God, and conceived in a virginal womb.

In mundo nascitur, pannis involvitur praesepi ponitur stabulo brutorum, rector supernorum. Perdidit, dit, dit (2x) perdidit spolia princeps infernorum.

He was born into the world, wrapped in swaddling clothes, and laid in a manger in a stable for animals, the master of the heavens. The prince of Hell has lost his spoils.

Magi tres venerunt, munera offerunt, parvulum inquirunt, stellulam sequendo, ipsum adorando, aurum, thus, thus, thus,(2x) aurum, thus, et myrrham ei offerendo. Omnes clericuli, pariter pueri, cantent ut angeli: advenisti mundo, laudes tibi fundo. Ideo, o, o, (2x) ideo gloria in excelsis Deo.

Three Magi came, they were bearing gifts, and sought the little one, following a star, to worship him, and offer him gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Let all the junior clerics and also the boys sing like angels: “You have come to the world, I pour out praises to you. Therefore, glory to God in the highest!�


Izhe kheruvimy tayno, tayno obrazuyushche, obrazuyushche, I zhivotvoryashchey Troytsye, trisvyatuyu pyesn’, trisvyatuyu pyesn’ pripyevashche, pripyevashche, trisvyatuyu pyesn’ pripyevashche. Vsyakoye nynye, nynye zhityeskoye otlozhim popyecheniye, otlozhim, otlozhim, otlozhim, popyecheniye. Amin’. Yako da Tsarya vsyekh podymyem, Yako da Tsarya vsyekh podymyem, vsyekh podymem! Angelskimi nyevidimo dorinosima chinmi, dorinosima chinmi, alleluia!

Let us represent the cherubim in mystic harmony, mystic harmony, praise the Father, Son and Spirit, raise our three-fold song, raise our three-fold song, praise the Trinity, praise the Trinity, raise our three-fold song to the Trinity, Let us now cast aside, cast aside, let us cast aside all this earthly life, cast aside, cast aside, cast aside, all this earthly life. Amen. King of all, we may receive God the King, we may receive Him! He who in glory enters in with mighty hosts of angels, with mighty hosts of angels. Alleluia!


Ose shalom bimromav Hu ya’ ase shalom aleynu Veh’ al kol Yisrael Veh’imru, imru amen.

The One who makes peace in the heavens May He make peace for us And for all Israel And lest us sayu, let us say Amen.


O Tannenbaum, o Tannenbaum, wie treu sind deine Blätter! Du grünst nicht nur zur Sommerzeit, Nein auch im Winter, wenn es schneit. O Tannenbaum, o Tannenbaum, wie treu sind deine Blätter!

O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, How lovely are thy branches! Not only green when summer’s here But in the coldest time of year. O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, How lovely are thy branches!


O saving Victim, opening wide The gate of Heaven to us below; Our foes press hard on every side; Thine aid supply; thy strength bestow. To thy great name be endless praise, Immortal Godhead, One in Three. O grant us endless length of days, In our true native land with thee. Amen.

O salutaris Hostia, Quæ cæli pandis ostium: Bella premunt hostilia, Da robur, fer auxilium. Uni trinoque Domino Sit sempiterna gloria, Qui vitam sine termino Nobis donet in patria. Amen.


O magnum mysterium, et admirabile sacramentum, ut animalia viderent Dominum natum, iacentem in praesepio! Beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Iesum Christum. Alleluia!

O great mystery, and wonderful sacrament, that animals should see the newborn Lord, lying in a manger! Blessed is the virgin whose womb was worthy to bear the Lord, Jesus Christ. Alleluia!


Bogoroditse Devo, raduisya, Blagodatnaya Mariye, Gospod s Toboyu. Blagoslovenna Ty v zhenakh, i blagosloven plod chreva Tvoyego, yako Spasa rodila esi dush nashikh.

Rejoice, O Virgin Theotokos, Mary full of grace, the Lord is with Thee. Blessed art Thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of Thy womb, for Thou hast borne the Savior of our souls.


Noel! Noel! Jesu me kwisa ku zinga ti beto. Kana nge zola ku zaba mwana, nge fwiti kwi saku fukama.

Noel! Noel! Jesus has come to live with us. If you want to know the Child, you have to come kneel.

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Holiday Choral Concert 2019  

Concert Program - University of the Pacific Choirs in collaboration with local high school choirs will perform a winter holiday selection of...

Holiday Choral Concert 2019  

Concert Program - University of the Pacific Choirs in collaboration with local high school choirs will perform a winter holiday selection of...