Today at 7:30, Choral Union will be performing “Selah,” which will explore choral music used in worship across time and place. Performers will engage with music from both ancient and modern Anglican tradition, 19th century German Protestantism, contemporary American Protestantism, Catholicism, the African American spiritual tradition, African folk song, and American shape-note singing.
The concert will be directed by Joshua Cheney, an assistant professor of choral music at Lee in charge of not only Choral Union but also Men’s Choir as well.
This event is not ticketed and free to the public. For more information click here.