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Photo of the Week: Choralcopia

This week we have a photo from contributing photographer Erum Kidwai of Choralcopia. Sophomore and Frost Chorale member Rachel Ohnsman performed for Choralcopia, Tuesday at Gusman Hall. The event was live-tweeted by UM Choral Studies and coverage can be found under the hastag #UMchoralcopia.

Sophomore and Frost Chorale member Rachel Ohnsman performs for Choralcopia, Tuesday at Gusman Hall. Accompanied by Sophomore Bryce Bottomly on guitar, Ohnsman sang a jazz solo of "Like Someone in Love". Choralcopia performances alternated between choral and solo music. All five Frost choirs, Frost Chorale, Symphonic Choir, Chamber Singers, Cantilena, and Maelstrom, were featured throughout the concert. The event was live-tweeted by UM Choral Studies and coverage can be found under the hastag #UMchoralcopia. Erum Kidwai // Contributing Photographer

Sophomore and Frost Chorale member Rachel Ohnsman performs for Choralcopia, Tuesday at Gusman Hall. Accompanied by Sophomore Bryce Bottomly on guitar, Ohnsman sang a jazz solo of “Like Someone in Love.” Choralcopia performances alternated between choral and solo music. All five Frost choirs, Frost Chorale, Symphonic Choir, Chamber Singers, Cantilena, and Maelstrom, were featured throughout the concert. The event was live-tweeted by UM Choral Studies and coverage can be found with the hashtag #UMchoralcopia. Erum Kidwai // Contributing Photographer

September 30, 2015

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