The repertoire for each concert by season is listed here in reverse chronological order.

| 2014-20152013-2014 | 2012-2013 | 2011-2012 | 2010-2011 | 2009-2010

2014-2015 Season

Swan Songs (March 14 & 15, 2015)


  • A Farewell, Molly Ijames, text, Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • Sensemayá, Sid Robinovitch
  • Last Words of David, Randall Thompson
  • The Silver Swan, Orlando Gibbons
  • The Silver Swan, Greg Gilpin, text, Orlando Gibbons
  • My Soul's Been Anchored In the Lord, Moses Hogan
  • Shchedryk, Mykola Leontovych
  • Kyrie, Antonín Dvořák, arr. Jay Rouse
  • Wayfaring Stranger, American Spiritual, arr. Michael Engelhardt
  • Requiem, Introitus and Kyrie, W.A. Mozart
  • Inscription of Hope, Z. Randall Stroope
  • Dark Night of the Soul, Ola Gjeilo
  • Luminous Night of the Soul, Ola Gjeilo

The Winds of Winter (December 7, 2014)

  • Sicut Cervus, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
  • Ave Maria, J.S. Bach, Charles Gounod, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Fum Fum Fantasy, Traditional Catalonian Carol, arr. Audrey Snyder
  • In the Bleak Midwinter, Gustav Holst, arr. Darmon Meader
  • All Breathing Life, J.S. Bach
  • Hannukah Song, Hebrew Folk Song, arr. R.J. LaFontaine
  • S'vivon (Spin, Spin, Spin), Jewish Folk Song, arr. Darmon Meader
  • Winter, Joshua Shank
  • Sleepers, Wake (organ solo), J.S. Bach
  • What is This Lovely Fragrance, French Carol, arr. Healy Willan
  • Jingle Bells, James Lord Pierpont, arr. Joe Ambrosio
  • We'll Dress the House, Alfred Burt
  • The World for Christmas, Anders Edenroth
  • Gloria in Excelsis Deo, Kevin A. Memley

2013-2014 Season

All You Need is Love (June 14, 2014)

  • Come Away, Mark Hayes
  • Wanting Memories, Ysaye M. Barnwell
  • Earth Song, Frank Ticheli
  • It Takes a Village, Joan Szymko
  • Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair, American Folk Song, arr. Ruth Elaine Schram
  • Celia, William Hawley
  • Ah, El Novio No Quiere Dinero!, 15th Century Sephardic Song, arr. Mack Wilberg
  • Youth and Love, John Leavitt
  • Voices of Earth, David C. Dickau
  • Baba Yetu, Christopher Tin
  • I Loved You, Jay Rouse
  • O Mistress Mine, David C. Dickau
  • Imbakwa, Jim Papoulis
  • You Are the Music, Dan Forrest
  • All You Need is Love, John Lennon, arr. Glenn Carlos

Tempus (March 22 & 23, 2014)

  • Day Break, Stephen Paulus
  • Hotaru Koi, Japanese Children's Song, arr. Ro Ogura
  • Early One Morning, English Folk Song, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Little Birds, Eric Whitacre
  • A Soft Day, Daniel Brinsmead
  • Excerpts from The Creation, Joseph Haydn
  • Break of Day, Michael John Trotta
  • "As the Hours Pass..." Three Songs on the Poetry of Emily Dickinson,                  Ken Eberhard (world premiere)
  • Song to the Moon (La Luna), Z. Randall Stroope
  • Lullaby, Daniel Elder
  • Let There Be Light, Craig Courtney

Celebrate the Season (December 15, 2013)


  • Here We Come A-Wassailing, Ryan O’Connell, trad. English carol
  • Hanukkah, Season of Light, Linda Marcus, Vicki Turner Courtney
  • Mi ZeY’Maileil, Joshua R. Jacobson, trad. Sephardic song
  • S’vivon, trad. Israeli song, arranged by Glenn Carlos
  • Ave Maria, Tomas Luis de Victoria
  • Away in a Manger, William J. Kirkpatrick, arranged by Jay Rouse
  • Die Engel, Tom Porter, Rainier Maria Rilke
  • Ogo ni fun aluwa, Rospehanye Powell
  • The Best of Rooms, Randall Thompson, Robert Herrick
  • Mele Kalikimaka, Robert Alex Anderson
  • The First Nowell, trad. English carol
  • Deck the Halls, trad. Welsh carol
  • While Shepards Watched their Flocks by Night, Craig Courtney
  • Christmas Fantasy, arranged by Glenn Carlos

2012-2013 Season

Now & Then (June 9, 2013)


  • Angel Breathing Out, Alisa Bair, Dina Soraya Gregory
  • Kyrie (from Messe Solennelle), Louis Verne
  • Gloria, Craig Courtney
  • Sanctus in C, Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Benedictus, W.A. Mozart, Steve Dobrogosz
  • Ayug Ti Amianan (Songs from the North), Fidel G. Calalang, Jr.
  • She Walks in Beauty, Kevin A. Memley, text, Lord Byron
  • Immortal Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. Knut Nystedt
  • Poor, Wayfaring Stranger, Trad., arr. Robert Sterling
  • It Was a Lover and His Lass, Thomas Morley, William Shakespeare
  • It Was a Lover and His Lass, Glenn Carlos, William Shakespeare
  • The Silver Swan, Orlando Gibbons
  • The Silver Swan, Greg Gilpin, text, Orlando Gibbons
  • Adiemus, Karl Jenkins
  • A Farewell, Molly Ijames, text, Alfred Lord Tennyson
  • Rainy Days and Mondays, Paul Williams, Roger Nichols, arr. Glenn Carlos

Letters from Home (March 17, 2013)


  • Rainbow ‘Round My Shoulder, Anonymous, arr. Robert DeCormier
  • Nigra Sum, Pablo Casals, from Song of Solomon
  • Rise Up My Love, Page Williams, from Song of Solomon
  • Set Me As a Seal, Page Williams, from Song of Solomon
  • Letters that Cross in the Mail, Rupert Holmes
  • Dear John, Stephen M. Hopkins, text, Gloria Rosenthal
  • I Am Not Yours, David Dickau, text, Sara Teasdale
  • Peze Kafe, Trad. Haitian, arr. Sten Kallman
  • I Got a Key, Negro Spiritual, arr. Alice Parker, Robert Shaw
  • Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child, Trad., arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Homeward Bound, Marta Keen, arr. Mack Wilberg
  • Nelly Bly, Stephen Foster, arr. John Halloran
  • Dear Sarah, James Snyder, text, Major Sullivan Ballou
  • Hush’d be the Camps Today Michael Mitacek, text, Walt Whitman
  • Legacy, Z. Randall Stroope, text, James Weldon Johnson

Wonder (December 2, 2012)


  • Ave Maria, Franz Biebl, arr. Chanticleer
  • Boy Blue, Cristi Cary Miller
  • Dulaman, Traditional Gaelic
  • Exsultate Justi, Ludovico de Viadana
  • Gloria, John Rutter
  • God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, arr. Donald Moore
  • The Chanukah Song, Stephen Schwartz
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, arr. Mark Hayes
  • Here Comes Santa Claus, arr. Paul Langford
  • Joy to the World, arr. Philip Lawson
  • Hallelujah Chorus, Handel, arr. Mervyn Warren, Michael O. Jackson, Mark Kibble
  • Midnight Clear, arr. Matthew D. Nielsen
  • Pure Imagination, Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley
  • Sing We Now of Christmas, arr. Craig Courtney
  • Silent Night, arr. Jay Althouse

2011-2012 Season

Green (June 16 & 24, 2012)


  • Abendlied, Josef Rheinberger
  • Agua, Djavan, Janis Siegel
  • Bloom, Philip Silvey, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind, Kelly Crandell, William Shakespeare
  • Can Your Hear, Jim Papoulis
  • Day Break, Stephen Paulus
  • Earth Song, Frank Ticheli
  • Herbstlied, Felix Mendelssohn
  • In Time of Silver Rain, Z. Randall Stroope
  • The Pasture, Randall Thompson
  • The Quietude, Chuck Jonkey, Alan Paul
  • See Nature Rejoicing, Henry Purcell
  • What a Wonderful World, Bob Thiele, George Wiess,  arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Yellow After the Rain (marimba solo), Mitchell Peters

Sacred (March 24 & April 1, 2012)


  • Asking for Kaddish, Ross Wright, Kristin Zethren
  • Convergence: a Jazz Vespers, Shelly Berg
  • Requiem, W.A. Mozart
  • Sometimes I Cry, Glenn Carlos

Ice (December 4, 2011)


  • All on a Cold Winter’s Night, Douglas E. Wanger, Charlotte Lee
  • All the World is Winter, Ruth Elaine Schram, Celsie Staggers
  • Angels in Seven, Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn, Philip Kern
  • Chapua Kali Desemba, John Parker, David Lantz III
  • The Christmas Song, Mel Torme, Robert Wells
  • Variation on “Deck the Hall,” Ryan O’Connell
  • The Gift Carol, Lloyd and Debby Pfautsch
  • Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben (Cantata No. 147), J.S. Bach
  • Il Est Ne, Mark Hayes
  • I Saw Three Ships, Philip W.J. Stopford
  • Joy to the World!, George F. Handel, Isaac Watts, Joseph M. Martin
  • Mary’s Lullaby, John Rutter
  • Peirot Chamishah Asar (Snow on My Town), Naomi Shemer, Gil Aldema
  • Stars I Shall Find, David Dickau, Sara Teasdale
  • There Is No Rose, Rene Clausen

2010-2011 Season

2011 L.A. Choral Project (June 26, 2011)


  • All Grown Up, Josh Bovill, Glenn Carlos
  • Bring Me the Sunset in a Cup, Kenneth Neufeld, Emily Dickinson
  • Butterfly, Neal Pardee, Glenn Carlos
  • Dance, Jon Bailey
  • Desert Song, Neal Pardee, Glenn Carlos
  • Dirait-On, Morten Lauridsen
  • Games, Lacey Stevenson, Glenn Carlos
  • Little Birds, Eric Whitacre
  • Prelude, Jon Bailey, Gustave Flaubert
  • Psalm 140, Ross Wright
  • Rise Up My Love, Page Williams
  • Rock My Soul, Richard Jackson
  • Sanctus, Leonard Bernsteim
  • Set Me as a Seal Upon Thine Heart, Page Williams
  • Soldiers Song, Leonard Bernstein

The Moon and the Stars (March 13 & 27, 2011)


  • Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In, Galt MacDermot, James Rado, Gerome Ragni
  • Choose Something Like a Star, Randall Thompson, Robert Frost
  • The Creation, Part 13, Franz Joseph Haydn
  • Never Never Land, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Jule Styne
  • Perhaps They Are Not Stars, Steven Sametz
  • Regina Coeli, W.A. Mozart
  • Song to the Moon (La Luna), Z. Randall Stroope, Jaroslav Kvapil
  • Spark of Creation, Stephen Schwartz
  • Stars and the Moon, Jason Robert Brown
  • The Stars are with the Voyager, Victor C. Johnson
  • Sure on this Shining Night, Morten Lauridsen, James Agee
  • Swinging on a Star, Jimmy Van Heusen, Johnny Burke
  • When You Wish Upon a Star, Leigh Harline, Ned Washington

Home (December 5, 2010)


  • Christmas Card, Harry Simeone
  • Evening in December, Victor C. Johnson
  • Home for the Holidays, Robert Allen, Al Stillman
  • I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day, trad. English
  • I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Walter Kent
  • Judah and His Macabees, Karen Hart
  • Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming, Geistliche Kerchengesange
  • Mele Kalikimaka, R. Alex Anderson
  • Missa O Magnum Mysterium, Tomas Luis de Victoria
  • The Nutrcracker Suite, Peter Tchaikovsky
  • Personent Hodie, trad. German
  • Stille Nacht (Silent Night), Franz Gruber
  • Surabaya Santa, Jason Robert Brown
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas, Tradtional English

2009-2010 Season

And the chorus comes in here… (June 20, 2010)


  • The Ballad of Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim
  • Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen, arr. Mark Brymer
  • "Habanera" from Carmen, Georges Bizet
  • "O Fortuna" from Carmina Burana, Carl Orff
  • Funiculi Funicula, Luigi Denza (1846-1922)
  • "I Sing the Body Electric" from Fame, Michael Gore, Dean Pitchford, arr. Ed Lojeski
  • Introitus from Lux Aeterna, Morten Lauridsen
  • Miserere, Gregorio Allegri
  • Peter Gunn Theme, Henry Mancini
  • Rehab, Amy Winehouse, arr. Mark Brymer
  • Introitus, Lacrymosa and Kyrie from Requiem, W.A. Mozart
  • "Seasons of Love" from Rent, Jonathan Larson, arr. Roger Emerson
  • "Sunday" from Sunday in the Park with George, Stephen Sondheim
  • That’s Amore, Dean Martin

Welcome to All the Pleasures

(March 21 & 28, 2010)

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  • Bloom, Philip Silvey (arr. Glenn Carlos)
  • Fame Is a Fickle Food, Ruth Morris Gray (based on a poem by Emily Dickinson)
  • Five Hebrew Love Songs, Eric Whitacre
  • The Frim Fram Sauce, Joe Ricardel & Redd Evans
  • Inscription of Hope, Z. Randall Stroope
  • Kpanlongo, arr. Derek Bermel
  • Music’s Echo, Greg Gilpin (based on a poem by 18th C poet Thomas Moore)
  • Nothin Gonna Stumble My Feet, Greg Gilpin
  • Palladio, Karl Jenkins (performed by the Glendale Philharmonic)
  • Travelin’ Train, Rollo Dilworth (based on a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay)
  • Wanting Memories, Ysaye M. Barnwell
  • Welcome to all the pleasures, Henry Purcell

Angels and Saints (December 5 & 13, 2009)

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  • Angel Breathing Out, Alisa Bair
  • Angels’ Carol, John Rutter
  • Angels in Seven, Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Philip Kern
  • Ave Maria, Johann Sebastian Bach, Charles Gounod, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Canticle: The Hungry Angels, Robert A. Harris
  • Die Engel, Tom Porter (text by Rainer Maria Rilke)
  • Dixit Maria, Hans Leo Hassler
  • Hark, All Ye Lovely Saints Above, Thomas Weelkes
  • Hannukah Song, trad. Hebrew folk song, arr. by R.J. LaFontaine
  • Jingle Bells, James Lord Pierpont, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • Joy to the World, George F. Handel (text by Isaac Watts), arr. Joseph M. Martin
  • Prayer, from Hansel and Gretel, Engelbert Humperdink, arr. Julie Knowles
  • Rhapsody Kadosh, Jon Bailey
  • Sancti Dei Omnes, Johann Michael Haydn, arr. Richard Proulx
  • Sicut Cervus, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, arr. Thomas Dunn
  • S’vivon, trad. Hebrew folk song, arr. Glenn Carlos
  • What Is This Lovely Fragrance?, trad. French carol, arr. Healy Willan
  • Winter Wonderland, Felix Bernard