For their Spring 2018 Concert, the UCSB Chamber Choir, under the direction of Grey Brothers, and the UCSB Women’s Chorus, under the direction of Tyler Reece, will perform classics and recent works by North American composers on Friday, June 1, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Episcopal Church (1500 State St.). The Women's Chorus program will include a world-premiere of one song from Monochromes by LA-based composer Daniel Kessner, two pieces from An Emily Dickinson Suite by Santa Barbara icon and UCSB Professor Emeritus Emma Lou Diemer, and Days of Beauty by Norwegian-American composer Ola Gjeilo. Advocating the works of living female composers, the program will also feature works by Susan LaBarr, Abbie Betinis, and Moira Smiley. The Chamber Choir will sing such choral classics as William Billings' Creation, Randall Thompson's Alleluia, Alice Parker's Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal, and Moses Hogan's Didn't my Lord Deliver Daniel? The program will also include works by current choral composers Eric Whitacre and Stephen Paulus; a highlight will be Pulitzer Prize and two-time Grammy-winner Jennifer Higdon's Deep in the Night.