I had a Women’s Chorus nightmare last night about 3AM. I’ll tell you about it later." -Sister Applonie
The Women’s Chorus is a large group of select, versatile singers who perform a diverse repertoire extending from medieval and renaissance works to masterpieces of our own time. Folk music and other varied genres are included in the choir’s study and performances. The choir is well known for its beautiful, blended sound from pristine, quiet unison to the majesty of large textured sonorities. Sensitive musicianship and constant improvement are goals for each rehearsal and performance. An audition is required, and a two semester commitment is expected.
Jean S. Applonie received her bachelor’s degree in choral music education and master’s degree in choral music performance from Brigham Young University. She taught choral music for Davis and Murray School Districts and has served on the music faculty at The Waterford School. Ms. Applonie is co-founder/artistic director/conductor of Viva Voce! Women’s Choir and Men’s Choir in Salt Lake City. She operated a private voice studio for ten years and is an active church musician. She has been engaged in both organizing and presenting for various choral music workshops and festivals.