As the University of Nebraska at Omaha community prepares for the holiday season, Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., and School of Music Director Washington Garcia invite students, faculty, and staff to enjoy a virtual holiday concert.
The performances can be viewed below. A list of performances can be found below the video player.
Virtual Holiday Concert Program
Remarks from Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D.
Remarks from School of Music Director Washington Garcia, DMA
"Once in Royal David's City" performed by Shelby VanNordstrand (soprano), Zachary Colby (tenor), and Marie Rubis Bauer (organ)
"I Wonder as I Wander" performed by Zachary Colby (tenor) and Sean Kelly (piano)
"O Christmas Tree" performed by Jason Johnson (trumpet), Mike Thompson (trumpet), Ross Snyder (horn), Jay Wise (trombone), and Alex Serwatowski (tuba)
"In the Bleak Midwinter" performed by Christie E. Beard (flute, arrangement) and Paige Michaud (flute)
"O Come All Ye Faithful" arranged and performed by Hannah Weaver (marimba) and Taylor Burks (marimba)
"It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" performed by Shelby VanNordstrand (soprano) and Sean Kelly (piano)
"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" performed by Mary Perkinson (violin), Olga Smola (violin), Gregory Clinton (cello) and Brian Sherwood (viola)
"In Dulci Jubilo BWV 729" performed by Marie Rubis Bauer (organ)
"Let It Snow" performed by Jason Johnson (trumpet), Mike Thompson (trumpet), Ross Snyder (horn), Jay Wise (trombone), and Alex Serwatowski (tuba)
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