Concert Seasons

Our Current Season… 2016 –  with Wynnelle Guidry, Conducting

Sing Unto God  —  Paul Fetler 

Creation Will Be At Peace  –  Paul Williams & Anna Page

Soon-ah Will Be Done  —  Arr. William Dawson

The World Beloved:  A Bluegrass Mass  —  Carol Barnett/Marisha Chamberlain (Lyrics)

Beaumont Interfaith Choral Society performances from 1963 to the present:

2015– Hark, I hear the Harps Eternal: Shaw/Parker; At the River and Zion’s Walls from Old American Folksongs: Aaron Copland; Kyrie: Vivaldi; Ave Verum Corpus: Mozart; Gloria: Rutter; Chelsea Tipton, Conducting

2014– Festival Te Deum: R. Vaughan Williams; Songs of Faith: Paul Basler; Coronation Te Deum: William Walton; Renee Kloes, Conducting

2013-  O Magnum Mysterium: Tomas Luis de Victoria; The Heavens are Telling from The Creation: Franz Joseph Haydn; O Clap Your Hands, All Ye People: Ralph Vaughan Williams; Gloria in D, RV589: Antonio Vivaldi; Gary Parks, Conducting

2012 –   Ein Deutsches Requiem: Johannes Brahms;  Dr. L. Randolph Babin, Conducting

2011 –   Musicks Empire (from Triptych): Pfautsch; The Majesty and Glory of Your Name: Fettke; Vesperae solennes de confessor KV339: Mozart;        Wynnelle Guidry, Conducting

2010 – Coronation Mass in C:  Mozart; I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me:  C. Hubert H. Parry;  Dr. James Han, Conducting

2009 – Mass in Time of War: Franz Josef Haydn. Dr. L. Randolph Babin, conducting.

2008 – Mass in C: L.V. Beethoven; Alleluia: Ralph Manuel. Rev.Dr. Don Ball, conducting.

2007 – Domine, ad adjuvandum me festina: Il Padre G.B. Martini; Festival Te Deum: Benjamin Britten; Magnificat: J.S. Bach.  Renee Kloes, conducting.

2006 – Requiem: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dr. Eduardo Garcia-Novelli, conducting.

2006 – Requiem: Maurice Durufle’; Gloria: John Rutter; Dr. L. Randolph Babin, conducting. (Rescheduled from 2005 due to Hurricane Rita).

2004 – Christ lag in Todesbanden: J.S. Bach;  Lux Aeterna: Morten Lauridsen;  Dr. L. Randolph Babin, conducting.

2003 – Ein Deutsches Requiem: Johannes Brahms; Joined by the Lamar Grand Chorus;  Dr. L. Randolph Babin, conducting.

2002 – Messa di Gloria: Giacomo Puccini;  Rev. Dr. Don Ball, conducting.

2001 – Symphony of Psalms;  Rev. Dr. Don Ball, conducting.

2000 – Music for the Millennium;  Charlene Williams, conducting.

1999 – Hodie: Ralph Vaughan Williams (repeat performance, Lutcher Theatre)   John Priddy, conducting; The Symphony of Southeast Texas.

1999 – Hodie: Ralph Vaughan Williams;   John Priddy, conducting; The Symphony of Southeast Texas.

1998 – Magnificat: John Rutter;  Ray Herman, conducting.

1997 – Mass No. 6 in E flat major: Franz Schubert;  Jerome Wells, conducting.

1996 – Requiem: Giuseppe Verdi; Dr. L. Randolph Babin, conducting.  Joined by the Lamar Grand Chorus.

1995 – Elijah: Felix Mendelssohn; Gordon Betenbaugh, conducting.

1995 – Excerpts from Cavalleria Rusticana: Pietro Mascagni;  Joined by the Lamar Grand Chorus. Diane Wittry, conducting.  The Symphony of Southeast Texas.

1994 – Rejoice, Beloved Christians: Dietrich Buxtehude; Dixit: Antonio Vivaldi;  Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1993 – The King Shall Rejoice: George Frideric Handel; Dettingen Te Deum: George Frideric Handel.  Michael Denham, conducting.

1992 – Miss Brevis: Wolgang Amadeus Mozart; Mass No. 2 in G Major: Franz Schubert;  Dr. Joseph Carlucci, conducting.

1991 – Hymn of Praise: Felix Mendelssohn;  Charlene Williams, conducting.

1990 – Requiem & Te Deum: John Rutter;  Charlene Williams, conducting.

1989 – Mass in d minor (The Lord Nelson Mass): Franz Joseph Haydn; Zadok the Priest: George Frideric Handel; Thomas L. Oliphint, conducting.

1988 – Requiem: Wolfang Amadeus Mozart; Richard Palmquist, conducting.

1987 – Ein Deutsches Requiem: Johannes Brahms; Stephen Garner, conducting.

1986 – Creation: Franz Joseph Haydn; L. Randolph Babin, conducting.  Repeat performance: St. Anne’s Jubilee.

1986 – Creation: Franz Joseph Haydn; L. Randolph Babin, conducting.

1986 – Symphony No. 9, Part IV: Ludwig van Beethoven; Dr. Joseph Carlucci, conducting.  Joined by the Lamar Grand Chorus.

1985 – The Lord Is a Sun and Shield: Johann Sebastian Bach; For Unto Us a Child is Born: Johann Sebastian Bach; Christ lag in Todesbanden: Johann Sebastian Bach; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1984 – O Sing Unto the Lord: George Frideric Handel; Requiem: Maurice Durufle’; David VanderMeer, conducting.

1983 – Missa Brevis: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Te Deum: Anton Bruckner; Gloria: John Rutter; Charlene Williams, conducting.

1982 – Missa in Tempore Belli (Mass in Time of War): Franz Joseph Haydn; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1981 – Avodath Hakodesh (Sacred Service): Ernest Block; David O. Llewellyn, conducting.

1980 – Messa di Gloria: Giacomo Puccini; Charlene Williams, conducting.

1979 – Te Deum: Soltan Kodaly; Requiem: Gabriel Faure’;  L. Randolph Babin, conducting.

1978 – Testament of Freedom: Randall Thompson; Coronation Mass: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Dr. John LeBlanc, conducting.

1977 – Elijah: Felix Mendelssohn; Dr. Joseph Carlucci, conducting.

1976 – Festival of Anthems: Written in Early America; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1976 – An Evening to Thank God, Bicentennial Celebration, Lamar University Campus; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1976 – Missa Solemnis: Franz Joseph Haydn; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting; repeat performance- St. Anne’s.

1975 – Missa Solemnis: Franz Joseph Haydn; Mary Baldwin Woodland, conducting.

1975 – Gloria: Antonio Vivaldi; Dr. Joseph Carlucci.

1974 – Holy is the Lord: Andreas Hammerschmidt; Command Thine Angel That He Come: Dietrich Buxtehude;  Come, Let Us Sing: F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy; Sam Marley, conducting.

1973 – Regina Coeli: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Hodie: R. Vaughan Williams; David O. Llewellyn, conducting.

1972 – Rejoice in the Lamb: Benjamin Britten; Missa Brevis in Tempore Belli: Zoltan Kodaly.  William Barnard of Houston, Texas, conducting.

1971 – 2000 Years of Church Music (Anthems): Various Composers; Thomas L. Oliphant, conducting.

1970 – Dettingen Te Deum: George Frideric Handel; Don Ford, conducting.

1969 – St. Paul, Op. 36: Felix Mendelssohn; Don Ford, conducting.