University of Louisville Collegiate Chorale

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Conducted by Dr. Kent Hatteberg, the Collegiate Chorale is the premiere choral ensemble at the University of Louisville. The Chorale performs primarily unaccompanied repertoire and is known to commission works by Lithuanian composers Vytautas Miškinis and Vaclovas Augustinas. The Chorale enjoyed rising popularity in the late 1990s and now performs regularly at national choral events around the United States with a large following.

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The Collegiate Chorale has become well known in the region for performing various major works with the Louisville Orchestra, Orchestra Kentucky and Louisville's Choral Arts Society, including the world premiere of Felix Mendelssohn's Gloria in November 1997.

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