"This positive response was evident throughout the evening as the audience enjoyed a rich musical program. The SUGC Chamber Choir delivered a haunting calmness in an earlier work of Christopher's, Sweet Silence After Bells and the orchestra moved through an exquisitely luscious performance of Danses Sacrée at Profane and Prélude à l'Aprè Midi d'un Faune by Debussy. In the second half of the program the choir perfromed a stirring rendition of Stanford's seafaring choral work Songs of the Fleet. A rousing Jerusalem was the finale and prompted calls for an encore, in which the audience enthusiastically joined in.

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