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In High Voice Festival for Treble Voices

Penn State School of Music

2nd Annual

In High Voice Festival

Saturday, February 1, 2020

Hosted by
The Penn State Oriana Singers
Jayne Glocke, director

The Penn State In High Voice Festival is intended to motivate treble singers to sing through high school and beyond.

The festival is open to students who sing in the treble register in grades 9-12, and will limited to 125 participants. Complete choirs, select groups, or individuals are welcome.   Participants will experience the exhilaration of  rehearsing and performing with the Penn State Oriana Singers in a combined choir.

Held in the new  Recital Hall on the University Park campus, the morning session will consist of a rehearsal to learn two pieces.  After lunch, we will rehearse three more pieces with the Penn State Oriana Singers, and the day will conclude with an informal concert performance.  If bringing an intact  treble choir, it may also perform on the final concert. 
Music should be purchased by the schools and, if possible, be prepared in advance of the festival.
Aure Volanti-Francesca Caccini
A Girl's Garden-Randall Thompson
Hark, I Hear The Harps Eternal-arr. Alice Parker
I Will Be Earth-Gwenyth Walker
Musica est Dei-Orlando di Lasso
All titles are in stock and available at a discounted price at The Musical Source.
Musica est Dei-Orlando di Lasso, to be sung as a 4 part treble round, is available at cpdl:
9:30 AM-10:00 AM Registration School of Music Recital Hall Lobby - Music I
(light refreshments provided)
10:00 AM-11:45 AM Rehearsal with Oriana Singers
11:45 AM-12:45 PM Lunch (pizza, drinks, and cookies provided)
12:45 PM-2:45 PM Rehearsal with the Oriana Singers
3:00 PM-4:00 PM Informal Concert – Recital Hall (free admission)
Oriana Singers
Intact school choirs (if applicable)
Combined choirs
For information contact 
Jayne Glocke or  814.865.2487
Cost: $15 per student 
Download registration form 


Conducted by Jayne Glocke, Oriana Singers is a treble choir composed of seventy singers representing a wide variety of majors at University Park. Repertoire includes music written for treble voices from the sixteenth to the twenty-first century: madrigals, motets, part-songs, folk songs, musical theatre, and music by female composers. The choir has performed by audition at conferences of the American Choral Directors Association and the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association. In addition to its two campus concerts per year, the choir also regularly appears on the School of Music's annual Mosaic concert.