The Latin name of this ensemble translates into “Music of the Church.” This ensemble was started by Dr. Hill with the intent of performing more advanced choral music, primarily focusing on a favorite period of his: Early American music.
Since it requires strong, independent voices and currently we are missing some of those parts, it is “on hold” until just the right person comes to help us re-activate it.
If you are interested in becoming a part of it there is one thing you need to know: membership in any ensemble or as a soloist in our church requires that you first be an active member of the Worship Choir. Beyond that, please speak Dr. Hill for more information on what it would take to become a member. Our Adult Choir would welcome you and hopefully you could help us bring the challenging music that Carmina Capella performs with such excellence back into our worship experiences.
Originally this group served as the “back up” singers to an early edition of our contemporary worship. They sang so well together that we moved them from that service responsibility to become what they are: an amazingly well-blended group of ladies who sing from their heart.
If you are interested in becoming a part of it there is one thing you need to know: membership in any ensemble or as a soloist in our church requires that you first be an active member of the Worship Choir. Admission is by invitation or audition as openings become available. You’ll hear them in the 11:00am Traditional Worship service from time to time and they have been known to show up at other functions both inside and outside the church.
For more information, contact the Worship Arts Ministry office.