Join the LSU A Cappella Alumni Choir (Voci Passato) for a free concert in Dallas on Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 3:00 pm at King of Glory Luthern Church on 635-LBJ near the Galleria. This is a great way to connect with fellow alumni in the area, and many traveling in to Dallas from out of state.
The singers of Voci Passato (Voices of the Past) are all former members (and Spouses) of the LSU A Cappella Choir from1985-2012 under the baton of Dr. Kenneth Fulton, now retired Alumni Professor Emeritus of Choral Activities. During their time at LSU, the A Cappella Choir achieved a national and international prominence through their many performances in the most prestigious and well-known performance venues in the world. The chorus gave five invitational performances for divisional audiences of the American Choral Directors Association as well as performances for the 2005 and 1995 national ACDA conventions in Los Angeles, CA and Washington, D.C. During six European tours, they were invited to perform high mass in Notre Dame and St Paul’s in the Vatican as well as giving a invitational performance the famed Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria and the Mendelssohn Hochschule in Leipzig, Germany. In June,1994, they sang the featured concert of the 50th anniversary celebrations of D-Day at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Southhampton, England. The chorus also toured and performed in Hungary, England, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Wales, and Scotland as well as the southwestern, south, and southeastern United States.
The master list of Voci Passato contains over two hundred names. Many are choral conductors at all levels of work from elementary school through college and universities. Others are active church musicians, ministers as well several members who hold positions in technology and other professions. And of course, there are several whose profession is probably the most influential and important of all, that of a “Mom” or “Dad.” Voci Passato illustrates their collective love of music making together, a passion that brings them together to create a greater and more significant aesthetic than one could produce alone.