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Fall Concert Program Notes 2007-1-2

Fall Concert Program Notes 2007-1-2

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Part 1Freedom High School Concert Choir featuring Orlando
Symphony Chamber Orchestra and members of the Freedom
High School Band and Orchestra

Sanctus in D
JS
Bach
Surrexit Pastor Bonus
Orlando di Lasso
Ave Verum Corpus
Mozart
O Fortuna
Orff
Quella Fiamma
Marcello

Soloist, Brittany Simonelli
Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
Mack Wilberg

Combined Choirs
Part 2 Featuring Belle Voix
Se tu m\u2019ami
Parisotti

Solosist, Sheereen Sharifi
O Magnum Mysterium
Cristobal de Morales

I Will Be Earth
Gwyneth
Walker
Jubilate Deo
David
L. Brunner
Music Down in My Soul
Moses
Hogan
Part 3 Featuring Freedom High School Concert Choir
I Love All Gracious Things
Thiman

Soloist, Laura Lewis
The Gallant Weaver
James McMillan

Salmo 150
Ernani
Aguiar
Si Mes Vers Avaient des Ailes
Reynaldo Hahn
Soloist, Karissa Rodriguez
Sorida
(Zimbabwe Greeting)
Rosephanye Dunn-Powell
Combined Choirs
John the Revelator
Caldwell/Ivory
Conductors Biography

Mr. Antwoin L. Holman was born in Gary, IN and attended school at the
Emerson School for the Visual and Performing Arts from grade 6 through 12.
Mr. Holman received his B.A. in Music with an emphasis in Voice from
Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR and his MME (Choral Music) from
Florida State University. This is his fifth year as choral director at Freedom
High School. He was previously the choral director at Rickards High School
in Tallahassee, FL for two years and associate choral director at Cypress
Creek High School for one year Orlando, FL. In addition to teaching Mr.
Holman is an active soloist whose singing style ranges from classical to jazz
and gospel. He is currently completing his debut contemporary gospel CD
entitled \u201cSongs in the Key of the Anointing\u201d which is scheduled for release
soon. Mr. Holman is an active member of ACDA, MENC, FMEA, and FVA.

Freedom High School Choral Department

The Freedom High School Choral Department under the direction of Mr.
Antwoin L. Holman consists of approximately 145 students in five choirs.
Women\u2019s Chorus comprised primarily 9th grade freshmen and 10th- 12th
grade non-auditioned women. Patriot Men consists of men from Concert
Choir combined with Beginning Men\u2019s Chorus (non-auditioned). Belle Voix
(advanced women\u2019s choir) and Concert Choir (advanced mixed choir) are
both auditioned choirs comprised of mostly 10-12th graders. Patriot Singers
consists of 25 selected singers from Concert Choir. Freedom High School is
now entering its fifth school-year and for the past four years the FHS choirs
have received superior ratings at both district and state levels.

About Concert Choir

Concert Choir is Freedom High School\u2019s advanced mixed ensemble. The
choir consists of 69 singers, grades 10-12. Concert Choir meets everyday
during 4th period of the school day. For the past 4 years Concert Choir has
received superior ratings at both district and state level festivals. Last
spring they traveled to Atlanta, GA to participate in the Heritage Music

Festival and received 1st Place Superior Gold medal, \u201cMost Outstanding
Performance Distinction\u201d and the \u201cAdjudicators Award.\u201d

Our obligation as choral music educators is to expose our students to a wide
variety of quality music from the choral repertoire, past and present. We
also draw from both the western and world music heritages. A balanced
school year choral curriculum should include more than one kind of music
and text. Historically, 80% of the choral repertoire is sacred in nature, and
any balanced program should not ignore this marvelous heritage.

Special Thanks

Mr. Mark Brown, Principal Freedom High School
Athena Adams, Assist. Principal Freedom High School
Dr. Rollins, Assist. Principal Freedom High School
Carolyn Minear, Supervisor of Fine Arts OCPS (Choral)
Brian Hellhake, Department Chair Freedom High School and Orchestra
Director
Pastor Rick Steele and The South Orlando Baptist Church
Jerry Weiss, Orlando Symphony Orchestra
Chris Perez, Freedom High Band
Jim Rhinehart, Dr. Phillips HS
Jeff Redding, West Orange HS
Lesley Maxwell-Mann, Voice
FHS Chorus Parental Support

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