Treble Choirs: I’ve heard your requests for major-work repertoire: I’m writing a complete SSAA version of LUX: The Dawn From On High !

The new voicing of this 35-minute work will allow treble choirs to sing the ethereal harmonies and chants of Illuminare, the assertive power of Lux in Tenebris, the soaring lines of The Sun Never Says (a cappella version already recorded exquisitely by BYU Women’s Choir)the jazzy rhythmic joy of Gloria, and the tranquil peace of Creator of the Stars of NightAccompaniment options will range from piano-only, to adding organ or percussion, to the existing chamber/small/full orchestral scorings.

Consortium members pay $500 to receive:
-vocal scores (PDF) for your choir
-choir/conductor names printed in the published vocal scores
-first performances before the general public (if desired, after Nov 6 2022; see below)
-free rental of any of the existing scores/parts, if desired, for your premiere performance (up to $400 value)

The lead commissioner, Vox Anima Chamber Choir (UK) (Dr. Jamie Meaders), will give the first performance November 6, 2022. Consortium members may perform the work anytime after that date (at your discretion, not required by any deadline). (The music will become available to the general public in 2023).
Initial consortium members already include BYU Women’s Chorus (Dr. Sonja Poulter), USC Women’s Chorus (Dr. Jabarie Glass/Dr. Alicia Walker), Mercer University Women’s Choir (Dr. Stanley Roberts), Morningside Presbyterian Atlanta (Dr. Jonathan Crutchfield).

Contact us to join this unique opportunity for Women’s Choirs/Treble Choirs, or for any further questions!