Choral anthems and congregational hymns will reverberate throughout the Alice Millar Chapel on Sunday, October 28 at 7 p.m. for the 16th annual Hymnfest.
The Hymnfest, titled “Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow,” will be conducted by Stephen Alltop and performed by the Alice Millar Chapel Choir and Chapel Choir Alumnae. This event will feature a variety of hymns like “Old Hundredth” and “O How Amiable” by Ralph Vaughn Williams. Other hymns on the program are arranged by accomplished musicians such as Michael Burkhardt, David Cherwien, and Richard Webster.
To accompany the choir, the brass ensemble will be present, as well as a multitude of other instruments including handbells, percussion, and even the chapel’s prized 100-rank organ, played by Eric Budzynski.
The Hymnfest is a special event through the Bienen School of Music, and it is both free and open to the public. If you want a relaxing Sunday evening full of beautiful live music, come listen to this annual symphony of choral voices and instruments!