Capriccio Columbus

Celebrating the Diversity of Song

Capriccio Columbus is an adult chorus of 75 accomplished vocalists, delighting audiences with a vast array of music sung in beautiful, acoustically rich venues. Whether your taste runs toward classics, jazz, sacred works or the Great American Songbook, a Capriccio Columbus concert will remind you why you love music. In addition to the primary chorus, Capriccio includes the Capriccio Youth Choir and Molto Capriccio, a jazz and pop ensemble available to provide music for special occasions.


Fall Concert: The Strength of Family

For Next Rehearsal:

Spiritus assignment: Be thinking of nicknames for Andrew, Faith, and Maggie! 


TOUR SINGERS: Please wear your concert polo (if you have one) so that we can take an ensemble picture at 7:55 p.m.


Please be sure to work through the assignments below so that we can be in the music even more next week.


  • This piece is our combined piece with Virtuoso for the concert.
    • Spiritus Sopranos & Altos: When we rehearse this in Virtuoso, please sing the Virtuoso part. However, know that you'll be singing the Spiritus part for the concert.
  • For Last Rehearsal: You should have completed solfege for your part (p. 4, pick-ups to m. 13-p. 6, measure 20) and worked through reviewing it on your own.
    • Speak it on solfege in rhythm.
    • Sing just your part.
    • Sing with the example.
  • Listen here to the example for next rehearsal WHILE looking at your music. 
    • Click here for a great performance example of this piece.

I'm Goin' Up a Yonder:

  • Review your part for the whole piece on text. We are learning this piece ON TEXT, not on solfege.
  • Work to figure out your part from m. 58-end.
  • Here is a relatively good recording of the piece, even though it's not in mixed voicing. 

One Boy Told Me:

  • For Last Rehearsal: You should have completed solfege for your part in the following: 
    • Music Lives: beginning-measure 37
    • Full of Honey: p. 6, m. 51-p. 8, m. 77
    • VII. Happiness: p. 12, pick-up to m. 126-end.
    • For Next Rehearsal: 
      • Review solfege for VII. Happiness: p. 12, pick-up to m. 126-end.
      • Music Lives: Review your part on solfege (beginning-measure 37). 
        • Speak it on solfege in rhythm.
        • Sing just your part.
        • Switch to text and sing with the example.
      • Full of Honey: Review your part on solfege (p. 6, m. 51-p. 8, m. 77)
        • Add in the text and practice it with 100% accuracy! Do this at a slower tempo by speaking the text in rhythm to be sure you're not cheating your part.
    • Click here for the listening example.


    • Practice p. 2, letter "D" to the end on the syllable "dee".
    • This piece uses a Sanskrit text that translates to "From untruth lead me to Truth. From darkness lead me to Light. From death lead me to Immortality. Om Peace, Peace, Peace."
    • Listen here while looking at your music.


    An advanced chamber ensemble of mixed SATB voices. 

    Spiritus: "The spirit and breath" of music.

    Tenors/Basses: Rehearsal begins at 7:45 each week for sectionals.

    Full Spiritus Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 8:00-8:45 p.m. 


    Soprano I

    Juju Bibawy

    Emily Hamilton

    Faith Wickizer


    Soprano II

    Christina Milano

    Maggie Szabo

    Emily Hohlefelder (singing alto when only an SA split)


    Olivia Ball

    Nikia Scurlock

    Antonia Zouridakis



    Andrew Berkebile

    Brayden Heidrich

    Isaiah Marshall



    Adam Isenhart

    Tomas Kimly

    Ian Tavenner

    Please contact Mrs. Bates or Mrs. Smith with any questions.

    Capriccio Columbus | P.O. Box 1225 | Worthington, OH 43085