- O Fortuna [from “Carmina Burana”] – CARL ORFF Excalibur
- Down to the River to Pray – traditional, arr PHILIP LAWSONO Brother, Where Art Thou?
- Christ Theme – MIKLÓS RÓZSA Ben-Hur
- The Fool on the Hill – LENNON & MCCARTNEYMagical Mystery Tour
- What a Wonderful World – WEISS and THIELE, SOLO: Gillian LaidlawGood Morning, Vietnam
- Blood in the Saddle – arr WORTHINGTON; Whistler: Sarah Kennedy, Soloist: Peter BornathMagnificent Seven
- Agnus Dei: Adagio for Strings – SAMUEL BARBERPlatoon
- Mamma Mia – ABBAMamma Mia!
- Dry Your Tears Afrika – JOHN WILLIAMSAmistad
- Non Nobis Domine – PATRICK DOYLE; arr Preskett, Tenor: Paul WesthouseHenry V
- Eatnemen Vuelie – FRODE FJELLHEIM, arr CrockerFrozen
- When You Believe – STEPHEN SCHWARTZPrince of Egypt
- La Bamba – RITCHIE VALENS, arr BrymerLa Bamba
- Gabriel’s Oboe – ENNIO MORRICONE, arr Craig Hella JohnsonThe Mission
- Waterloo – ABBAMamma Mia!
- You’ll Never Walk Alone – R&H, arr Clay WarnickCarousel
- ENCORE: Edelweiss with AUDIENCESound of Music
Piano: Grace Yip
Organ: Ross McDonald
Saxophone: George Laidlaw
Percussion: Rob Larose
Soloists: Gillian Laidlaw, Peter Bornath, Sarah Kennedy, Paul Westhouse
Everyone knows it’s the film score that makes the movie! So in keeping with our Silver Anniversary theme, KSS heads to the movie theatre and the silver screen. This concert brings you music with all the variety that goes with film: glorious, entertaining, inspiring, breathtaking, haunting, exciting, fun, passionate—it’s all here in Hot Hits of the Silver Screen.
“It’s astonishing to discover all the incredible choral music that has been part of the movies. Some composed specifically for a film and some composed earlier and used in a film. Some come to mind easily and some are completely surprising. From classics to recent Oscar winners, this concert brings some of the greatest film music together in one evening,” says KSS artistic director Karen Schuessler.
Supporting the Singers will be accompanist Grace Yip, percussionist Rob Larose with djembe, frame drum, and timpani, among others, and theatre organist Ross McDonald who will magically recreate the orchestral scores.