Choir Tour 2024: Voices of the Earth

Sunday, Feb. 25 – Sunday, March 3, 2024

“New Dreams”

View the Choir Tour program (pdf)

Tour Itinerary

  • Sunday, Feb. 25 | 11 a.m. | Lee Heights Community Church, Cleveland, Ohio
  • Sunday, Feb. 25 | 7 p.m. | Friendship Mennonite Church, Bedford Heights, Ohio
  • Monday, Feb. 26 | 9:40 a.m. | Central Christian School, Kidron, Ohio
  • Monday, Feb. 26 | 7 p.m. | Berlin Mennonite Church, Millersburg, Ohio
  • Tuesday, Feb. 27 | 7 p.m. | Zion Mennonite Church, Archbold, Ohio
  • Friday, March 1 | 7:30 p.m. | University Church, Hyde Park, Chicago, Illinois with the Chatham Choral Ensemble, Charles T. Hayes, Director.
  • Sunday, March 3 | 7:30 p.m. | Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana (watch the livestream here)

Dr. H. Roz Woll, Conductor, Assistant Professor of Music

H. Roz Woll, DMA, is an Assistant Professor of Music at Goshen College, where she teaches voice and directs the choir, Voices of the Earth. She recently moved from New York City, where she taught voice, vocal pedagogy, and directed the Women’s Choir at Queens College, City University of New York. Prior to living in New York, she was a conductor with the Chicago Children’s Choir for nine years, directing the Hyde Park Neighborhood Choir and choirs in ten Chicago public schools. As a singer, she has played Dinah (Trouble in Tahiti), Lucretia (The Rape of Lucretia), Grace (Roman Fever), the Announcer (Gallantry), Florence Pike (Albert Herring), Viola (L’infedeltà fedele), Dame Doleful (Too Many Sopranos), and Nancy (Oliver). With Downtown Music Productions she has appeared in Honoring Langston Hughes, and Yom Hashoah: Holocaust Remembrance Program, and with Music in Midtown she appeared in American Spirituals, featuring the music of Roy Jennings, and in The Songs of Richard Hundley – A Celebration. She has been a professional member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus and the Grant Park Symphony Chorus, and has been a community member of the gospel group, Choral Thunder, and of the Cathedral Choir at Abyssinian Baptist Church. She received her Bachelor of Music Education with a concentration in piano at Indiana University and her Master of Music in vocal performance from Roosevelt University’s Chicago College of Performing Arts. She recently finished her Doctorate in Musical Arts at the CUNY Graduate Center with a certification in Africana Studies, and her research interests address connections between arts education, the political economy of race, and global citizenship.


Soprano 1:

Aysia Adkins – Goshen, Indiana | Sophomore music major
Madeline Bollinger – Lenexa, Kansas | Junior elementary education major
Lucca Kauffman – Goshen, Indiana | Freshman communication major
Hannah Lehman – Huntington, Indiana | Senior music and secondary education double major
Emmalynn Brown – Goshen, Indiana | Freshman music major
Skye McCullough – North Manchester, Indiana | Freshman (undecided)
Ana Neufeld Weaver – Bluffton, Ohio | Senior music and secondary education double major
Kate Roth – Pettisville, Ohio | Freshman music major

Soprano 2:

Hannah Clearwater – Elkhart, Indiana | Freshman music major
Madeleine Kelly-Kellogg – Seattle, Washington | Junior social work major
Maggie Lapp – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | Junior social work major
Mackenzie Miller – Harrisonburg, Virginia | Freshman (undecided)
Bongiwe Ncube – Bulawayo, Zimbabwe | Senior molecular biology and biochemistry double major
Sam Stoltzfus – Goshen, Indiana | Junior music major
Claire Troyer – Huntington, Indiana | Freshman elementary education and special education double major
Ana Yoder – Elkhart, Indiana | Senior molecular biology and biochemistry double major
Fatima Zahara – Orlando, Florida | Junior theater and music double major

Alto 1:

Meredith Blossom – Wellman, Iowa | Junior English and theater double major
Irish Cortez – Goshen, Indiana | Senior theater major
Joyce Daliya – Mussoorie, India | Sophomore nursing major
Wendy Hernandez – Elkhart, Indiana | Sophomore nursing major
Haley Friesen – Manhattan, Kansas | Freshman music major
Elise Jantz – North Newton, Kansas | Senior physics major
Julia Hyeyin Jun – Malaysia and South Korea | Senior music and secondary education double major
Emma Kauffman – West Liberty, Ohio | Freshman exercise science major
Carissa Mast – Elkhart, Indiana | Senior social work major
Mairin Mendoza – Plymouth, Indiana | Junior theater major
Lauren Murphy – Goshen, Indiana | Junior interdisciplinary major
Miranda Pfahler – Goshen, Indiana | Sophomore social work major
Senper Soloman – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | Freshman nursing major
Amelia Witmer-Rich – Chagrin Falls, Ohio | Senior molecular biology and biochemistry double major
Shayne Wassell – Valparaiso, Indiana | Senior graphic design major

Alto 2:

Eliza Alemán – Rock Island, Illinois | Sophomore sustainability studies major
Sasha Dyck – Goshen, Indiana | Senior social work and music double major
Lydia Esh – Marysville, Ohio | Junior social work major
Jakyra Green – Elkhart, Indiana | Senior English and secondary education double major
Sarah Miller – Kalona, Iowa | Junior music and secondary education double major
M. Pineda Vasquez – Elkhart, Indiana | Freshman music and secondary education double major
Avery Schiller – Pasadena, California | Senior mathematics major
Cal Swartzendruber – Goshen, Indiana | Sophomore molecular biology and biochemistry double major
Ray Tait – Jeffersonville, Indiana | Freshman criminal justice & restorative justice major
Jill Yoder – Harrisonburg, Virginia | Sophomore environmental & marine science major
Mira Yoder – Harrisonburg, Virginia | Senior biology major


Special thanks to the University of Chicago Women’s Ensemble, Mollie Stone, Director; Trinity United Church of Christ, Bryan Johnson, Executive Director of Sacred Music; the Chicago Center for Urban Life & Culture, Tyler Hough, Executive Director; and Marcia Yost, Director of Arts, Goshen College.