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Stepping Westward - a CD by the University of New Mexico  Women's Ensemble Las Cantantes

O Euchari in leta via
St. Hildegarde von Bingen

Stepping Westward
Libby Larsen

Psalm 150
Sir David Willcocks

Missa Brevis in D, op. 63
Sanctus and Benedictus
Agnus Dei

Benjamin Britten

Two Trios
I Am Very Old Tonight
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John Donald Robb

Didn' My Lord Deliver Daniel
arr. Jennifer Alsup King

Go Where I Send Thee
arr. Caldwell & Ivory

Tantum Ergo
Michael Sitton

Selections from the CD Stepping Westward

Las Cantantes

The University of New Mexico's Women's Ensemble - known as Las Cantantes- is a highly select group of 15 women who come from all areas of the Albuquerque campus. Only in its seventh year of existence, the group has already begun to make a name for itself not only within the region, but nationally as well.

Highlights include singing with jazz great Dave Brubeck, performing on the subscription series of the Chamber Orchestra of Albuquerque, and singing for both state and regional conventions of the American Choral Directors Association. The group's first recording, entitled Enchantment at Chimayo, has been heard on National Public Radio (NPR) stations across the country.

For more information on Las Cantantes, please call the University of New Mexico Department of Music at (505) 277-2126 or fax them at (505) 277-0708.

Bradley Ellingboe, Professor of Music and Coordinator of Vocal Studies at the University of New Mexico

Bradley Ellingboe

Bradley Ellingboe joined the faculty of the University of New Mexico in 1985, where he continues to serve as Professor of Music and Coordinator of Vocal Studies. His duties include directing two choirs, teaching private voice lessons and graduate choral conducting.

Ellingboe is well known as a composer and arranger of choral music. His music is published by Augsburg, Mark Foster, Hal Leonard and, particularly, the Neil A. Kjos Music Company, for whom he edits two choral series, including Music for Women's Voices.

He is active as a clinician and has led workshops and all-state choirs across the United States. He has held several state and regional offices in the ACDA.

In addition, bass-baritone Ellingboe is active as a soloist, especially in the realm of oratorio. In this guise he has sung under such distiguished conductors as Sir David Willcocks and the late Robert Shaw.

Louise Bass, Accompanist for Las Cantantes

Louise Bass

Louise Bass is the accompanist for Las Cantantes as well as a singing member of the group. She currently serves as Organist for St. Paul Lutheran Church in Albuquerque, NM, and she is active as a collaborative artist at the University of New Mexico.

Ms. Bass earned her Bachelor of Music degree in Organ Performance after study at Oklahoma City University and Indiana University. She did graduate work at Westminster Choir College and Oklahoma University. Ms. Bass's organ teachers include Wilma Jenses, Clark Kelly and Jerald Hamilton.

Ms. Bass regularly appears as a soloist on the recital series for St. John Cathedral in Albuquerque. She has made recordings for the Neil A. Kjos Music Company and the Cathedral Choirs of St. John. She is an active member of the American Guild of Organists.

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