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Director of Choral Activities

Peggy Dettwiler is Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at


Mansfield University, where she conducts the Concert Choir, Festival Chorus, and
Mansfieldians and teaches choral conducting and methods. She holds the Doctor of
Musical Arts Degree from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York; a Master
of Music Degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Texas at San Antonio; and
a Master of Music Degree in Music Education from the University of Wisconsin in
Madison. Prior to coming to Mansfield, Dr. Dettwiler was Director of Choral Activities
at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas, and Choral Director at Mt. Horeb High
School in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. She has served as a guest conductor and lecturer
throughout the United States and has given presentations at numerous MENC and
ACDA Conventions.
Vincent Lawrence served as the acting Director of Choral Activities at Mansfield
University during the spring semester of 2010. Dr. Lawrence is a graduate Mansfield
University and holds a Master of Arts Degree from The Pennsylvania State University and
a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He was Professor of
Music and Director of Choral Activities at Towson University in Baltimore, where he
conducted the University Chorale and chaired the Division of Music Education. Dr.
Lawrence has appeared as clinician and presenter at MENC and ACDA conferences as
well as conducted all-state and regional choruses throughout the Northeast. After leaving
Towson University, he was appointed Senior Vice President and Director of Music
Curriculum at McGraw-Hill Publishing Company in New York City. He is an author of
Music and You (1988) and coordinating author of Share the Music (1995), Spotlight on
Music (2008), and Music! Its Role and Importance in our Lives (2006).
Records 10815 Bodine Road Clarence, NY 14031-0406
phone: 716.759.2600 fax: 716.759.2329 www.markcustom.com

9144-MCD
2010

Mansfield University Music Department


presents

featuring the
Mansfield University Concert Choir,
Peggy Dettwiler, Conductor
(fall semester)
Vincent Lawrence, Conductor
(spring semester)

Highlights from live performances in


December 2009 and April 2010
including the choirs appearance at the
National Collegiate Choral Convention
at Yale University

Mansfield University Concert Choir


Soprano
Kimberly Bemis
Sydney Blade
Rachelle Brisson
Rochelle Carlisle
Sarah Dennis
Kerri M. Grewe
Elizabeth Kennedy
Erin Lehman
Rebecca Martz
Danielle Montgomery
Kelly Perkins
Jocelyn Raychel
Samantha Roberts
Jessica Schaefer
Abby VanGorden
Alison Yuravich
Meghan Zwart

Alto
Cari Begeal
Elizabeth Bentley
Kim Bodhorn
Lindsay Brown
Kathleen Cormier
Katie Debach
Melanie DeJesus
Daniela DiBenedetto
Stephanie Hennet
Hanako Henty
Tabitha Gallagher
Hingrid Kujawinski
Ashley Mulhollem
Christina Paulin
Brittany Robbins
Sara Scott
Emily Vermillion
Nicole Yeagley

Tenor
Steve Adamietz
Kadeem Calhoun
Brian Dix
Andrew Dutko
Nathan Fulkerson
Josh Hartman
Michael Hogue
Andrew Jones
Bradley Kafferlin
Derek Keifer
Alex MacDonald
Ryan D. Machir
Nathaniel Miscannon
C. J. Owens
Max Roche
Derrek Stark

Bass
Josh Berkey
Adam Brokos
Derek Gracey
Tim Harman
Tyler Harnsberger
Robert Harris
Jonah Klixbull
Brydon Lidle
Kevin Malmrose
Jarrod Miller
Holden Moyer
Logan Shearer
Ethan Sherman
Mark Shoemaker
Alex Slaughter
Nicholas Webb
Matthew Westgate
Instrumentalists
Hanako Henty, Piano
Garret Holdren, Cello
Beth Palmer, Organ

Concerts were recorded by Russ Clarke of MCII Productions.

Mansfield University
Mansfield University is located in the mountains of north central Pennsylvania and is one
of fourteen universities in the State System of Higher Education. About 3,300 students attend
the rural campus, which offers nearly 70 degree programs. Founded in 1857, Mansfield was the
first state institution to grant a certificate to teach music and has a long and rich tradition of
musical excellence.
The Music Department is staffed by 26 faculty members with degrees from some of the
most prestigious music schools in the country. The department enrolls more than 250 music
majors and offers bachelor degrees in music including Music Education, Music Industry, and
Performance as well as the Bachelor of Arts Degree and the Master of Arts Degree in Music with
specialties in Choral Conducting, Instrumental Conducting, Collaborative Piano, and Music
Education. For more information, write to the Music Department at Mansfield University,
Butler Music Center, Mansfield, PA 16933, or call (570) 662-4710. Mansfield's Music
Department web site can be located at http://music.mansfield.edu.

Mansfield University Concert Choir


The Concert Choir is a highly select ensemble of singers, representing some of the finest
talent from the American Northeast. The group has achieved an impressive reputation of
excellence, having been chosen each of the last 18 years to perform at conventions or festivals:
the Pennsylvania Music Educators State Conference; the Eastern Division Music Educators
National Conference; the Music Educators National Convention; the American Choral Directors
Association Pennsylvania State Conference, and the ACDA Eastern Division Convention. On
the international stage, the choir was a finalist in the Florilge Vocal de Tours International
Choral Festival in Tours, France; a winner of a Gold Medal and a special prize for Artistic
Interpretation at the Robert Schumann International Choir Competition in Zwickau, Germany;
and among the top four choirs in the International Choir Competition in Varna, Bulgaria. They
also performed by invitation at the Inaugural Conference of the National Collegiate Choral
Organization in San Antonio, Texas, and were invited back for a performance at the third
NCCO conference held at Yale University. In 2008, they won the Championship in the Gospel
& Spiritual Category and placed second among 36 choirs in the Mixed Youth Choir Category at
the 2008 World Choir Games in Graz, Austria. The singers are frequently praised for the
emotional spectrum in their performances, their diverse vocal color, and their varied repertoire.

Mansfield University Concert Choir


Soprano
Kimberly Bemis
Sydney Blade
Rachelle Brisson
Rochelle Carlisle
Sarah Dennis
Kerri M. Grewe
Elizabeth Kennedy
Erin Lehman
Rebecca Martz
Danielle Montgomery
Kelly Perkins
Jocelyn Raychel
Samantha Roberts
Jessica Schaefer
Abby VanGorden
Alison Yuravich
Meghan Zwart

Alto
Cari Begeal
Elizabeth Bentley
Kim Bodhorn
Lindsay Brown
Kathleen Cormier
Katie Debach
Melanie DeJesus
Daniela DiBenedetto
Stephanie Hennet
Hanako Henty
Tabitha Gallagher
Hingrid Kujawinski
Ashley Mulhollem
Christina Paulin
Brittany Robbins
Sara Scott
Emily Vermillion
Nicole Yeagley

Tenor
Steve Adamietz
Kadeem Calhoun
Brian Dix
Andrew Dutko
Nathan Fulkerson
Josh Hartman
Michael Hogue
Andrew Jones
Bradley Kafferlin
Derek Keifer
Alex MacDonald
Ryan D. Machir
Nathaniel Miscannon
C. J. Owens
Max Roche
Derrek Stark

Bass
Josh Berkey
Adam Brokos
Derek Gracey
Tim Harman
Tyler Harnsberger
Robert Harris
Jonah Klixbull
Brydon Lidle
Kevin Malmrose
Jarrod Miller
Holden Moyer
Logan Shearer
Ethan Sherman
Mark Shoemaker
Alex Slaughter
Nicholas Webb
Matthew Westgate
Instrumentalists
Hanako Henty, Piano
Garret Holdren, Cello
Beth Palmer, Organ

Concerts were recorded by Russ Clarke of MCII Productions.

Mansfield University
Mansfield University is located in the mountains of north central Pennsylvania and is one
of fourteen universities in the State System of Higher Education. About 3,300 students attend
the rural campus, which offers nearly 70 degree programs. Founded in 1857, Mansfield was the
first state institution to grant a certificate to teach music and has a long and rich tradition of
musical excellence.
The Music Department is staffed by 26 faculty members with degrees from some of the
most prestigious music schools in the country. The department enrolls more than 250 music
majors and offers bachelor degrees in music including Music Education, Music Industry, and
Performance as well as the Bachelor of Arts Degree and the Master of Arts Degree in Music with
specialties in Choral Conducting, Instrumental Conducting, Collaborative Piano, and Music
Education. For more information, write to the Music Department at Mansfield University,
Butler Music Center, Mansfield, PA 16933, or call (570) 662-4710. Mansfield's Music
Department web site can be located at http://music.mansfield.edu.

Mansfield University Concert Choir


The Concert Choir is a highly select ensemble of singers, representing some of the finest
talent from the American Northeast. The group has achieved an impressive reputation of
excellence, having been chosen each of the last 18 years to perform at conventions or festivals:
the Pennsylvania Music Educators State Conference; the Eastern Division Music Educators
National Conference; the Music Educators National Convention; the American Choral Directors
Association Pennsylvania State Conference, and the ACDA Eastern Division Convention. On
the international stage, the choir was a finalist in the Florilge Vocal de Tours International
Choral Festival in Tours, France; a winner of a Gold Medal and a special prize for Artistic
Interpretation at the Robert Schumann International Choir Competition in Zwickau, Germany;
and among the top four choirs in the International Choir Competition in Varna, Bulgaria. They
also performed by invitation at the Inaugural Conference of the National Collegiate Choral
Organization in San Antonio, Texas, and were invited back for a performance at the third
NCCO conference held at Yale University. In 2008, they won the Championship in the Gospel
& Spiritual Category and placed second among 36 choirs in the Mixed Youth Choir Category at
the 2008 World Choir Games in Graz, Austria. The singers are frequently praised for the
emotional spectrum in their performances, their diverse vocal color, and their varied repertoire.

Director of Choral Activities


Peggy Dettwiler is Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at
Mansfield University, where she conducts the Concert Choir, Festival Chorus, and
Mansfieldians and teaches choral conducting and methods. She holds the Doctor of
Musical Arts Degree from the Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York; a Master
of Music Degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Texas at San Antonio; and
a Master of Music Degree in Music Education from the University of Wisconsin in
Madison. Prior to coming to Mansfield, Dr. Dettwiler was Director of Choral Activities
at St. Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas, and Choral Director at Mt. Horeb High
School in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. She has served as a guest conductor and lecturer
throughout the United States and has given presentations at numerous MENC and
ACDA Conventions.
Vincent Lawrence served as the acting Director of Choral Activities at Mansfield
University during the spring semester of 2010. Dr. Lawrence is a graduate Mansfield
University and holds a Master of Arts Degree from The Pennsylvania State University and
a Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He was Professor of
Music and Director of Choral Activities at Towson University in Baltimore, where he
conducted the University Chorale and chaired the Division of Music Education. Dr.
Lawrence has appeared as clinician and presenter at MENC and ACDA conferences as
well as conducted all-state and regional choruses throughout the Northeast. After leaving
Towson University, he was appointed Senior Vice President and Director of Music
Curriculum at McGraw-Hill Publishing Company in New York City. He is an author of
Music and You (1988) and coordinating author of Share the Music (1995), Spotlight on
Music (2008), and Music! Its Role and Importance in our Lives (2006).
Records 10815 Bodine Road Clarence, NY 14031-0406
phone: 716.759.2600 fax: 716.759.2329 www.markcustom.com

9144-MCD
2010

Mansfield University Music Department


presents

featuring the
Mansfield University Concert Choir,
Peggy Dettwiler, Conductor
(fall semester)
Vincent Lawrence, Conductor
(spring semester)

Highlights from live performances in


December 2009 and April 2010
including the choirs appearance at the
National Collegiate Choral Convention
at Yale University

Concert Choir
Vincent Lawrence, Conductor
8. Cantate Domino (Walton Music) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Jothen
9. When David Heard That His Son Was Slain (G. Schirmer) . . . John Chorbajian
In Windsor Forest (Oxford University Press) . . . . . . . . . . . . . R. Vaughan Williams
10.
I. The Conspiracy
Kelly Perkins, Conductor
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II. Drinking Song
Hingrid Kujawinski, Conductor
12.
IV. Wedding Chorus
13. Shenandoah (Lawson-Gould Music Publishers) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . arr. James Erb
14. Rainsong

(Associated Music Publishers)

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houston Bright

15. Over The Rainbow (MGM/Leo Feist) . . . . . . . . . Harold Arlen/arr. Ben Kendall
Missa Brevis (Boosey & Hawkes) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zoltn Kodly
16.
Kyrie
17.
Credo (The Nicene Creed)
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2009-10 Mansfield Concert Choir Sing to the Lord!

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Mansfield University
Music Department
presents

2009-10 Mansfield Concert Choir Sing to the Lord!

Concert Choir
Peggy Dettwiler, Conductor
Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (Part 1) (Public Domain) . . . Johann Sebastian Bach
Virga Jesse floruit (Public Domain) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anton Bruckner
A Spotless Rose (Galaxy Music) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Herbert Howells
hope, faith, life, love (Walton Music) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Whitacre
Past Life Melodies (Morton Music) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sarah Hopkins
Flower of Beauty (ECS Publishing) . . . . . . . . w. Sydney Bell/m. John Clements
I Can Tell the World (Hal Leonard) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Moses Hogan