A Grand Mercer Christmas

Mercer Singers

The Mercer Singers

Mercer Singers, an auditioned ensemble of 45 voices, is the primary touring choral ensemble of Mercer University. The choir includes undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines of Mercer University and performs a wide range of choral music spanning from the Renaissance to works written by composers of our time. Mercer Singers has performed programs for the Georgia Music Education Association, the Southern Division of MENC, and the Southern Division of American Choral Directors Association. The choir is often featured with the Macon Symphony Orchestra with recent performances of Requiem (Durufle), Chichester Psalms (Bernstein), Messiah (Handel), Lord Nelson Mass (Haydn), Requiem (Mozart), Daphis and Chloe (Ravel), Choral Fantasy and Symphony No. 9 (Beethoven). Mercer Singers tours extensively and has perfomed throughout the United States and Europe. Since 2000, Mercer Singers has experienced six highly successful international tours of England and Wales (May 2000), Italy (2002), Austria and Czech Republic (2004), German, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary (2006), Japan (2007), and Russia (2011). Additionally, the choir has gained a regional following with its annual performances of A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, which is held at Mercer University’s Fickling Hall each December. The choir is widely acclaimed for its spirited performances, breadth of repertoire and dedication to singing repertoire of the a cappella idiom.

Mercer Singers

Stanley Roberts, conductor
Carol Goff, accompanist

Soprano
Rachel Baranowski
Laura Hartlage
Catherine Kasmier
Adrienne Leggett
Lindsay Nichols
Jessica Pickersgill
Alison Post
Brianna Pylant
Alexis Setteducato
Rachel Snapp
Betsy Swanson
Chary Williams

Alto
Caitlin Dowling
Katie Elliott
Ashley Herring
Christina Kashevaroff
Lizamar Nieves
Danielle Rosborough
Parker Van Riper
Sarah Webster
Amber Weisheit
Dominique Williams

Tenor
Woody Gregg
James Hulett
William Hutchens
Robert Jackson
John Jenkins
Brian Murphy
Clay Mote
Clay Young

Bass
Andrew Bennett
Patrick Hamilton
Ryan Kirkconnell
Eric Medlock
Roy Miller
Levi Mitze
Gerald Ricks
McKinley Starks
James Varghese
Charles Weaving
Reed Wells
Thomas Williford