Performances for the 2013-14 season included Duruflé Requiem with Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and Bel Canto Chorus; Brahms Triumphlied with Chicago Master Singers; Bach Christmas Oratorio part 2, and Handel Messiah part 1 with Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus; Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen with Rockford (IL) Symphony; Haydn Creation with Duke University; Beethoven's Mass in C, Michael Haydn's Te Deum in C, and Mendelssohn's Chorale Cantata Ach Got, vom Himmel sieh darein with Downers Grove Choral Society (IL); Mozart Per Questa Bella Mano in “Tuesday-at-1” concert, University if IL, Chicago; and Bach Ich will den Kreuzstab gerne tragen, BWV 56 and Bach O Ewiges Feuer, BWV 34 with Peoria Bach Festival (IL).
This season (2014-15) includes Dvorak Mass in D and Mozart Requiem with Chicago Master Singers, Chicago, IL; Händel Messiah with Atlanta Symphony Chorus and Orchestra; J.S. Bach St. Matthew Passion with Bel Canto Chorus and Milwaukee Symphony; J.S. Bach St. Matthew Passion with Chicago Chorale; Mozart Little Masonic Cantata and Mozart Requiem with Key Chorale and Orchestra, Sarasota, FL; Elgar Light of Life and Stanford Stabat Mater Op. 96 with Chicago Master Singers, Chicago, IL; and Mahler Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen Northern IL University, DeKalb, IL
Dr. Sundberg is a graduate of Bethel College (St. Paul, MN), and holds both Master of Fine Arts and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the University of Minnesota where he studied voice with Clifton Ware and Roy Schuessler. He is presently Professor of Voice at Wheaton Conservatory of Music (Wheaton, IL), where he teaches studio voice and vocal pedagogy. Mr. Sundberg is also an active church musician, and vocal and choral clinician. His three recordings are “Singer on a Journey”, including four sacred song cycles by Brahms, Beethoven, Vaughan Williams and Carlisle Floyd; “Songs for the Journey” and “Songs Through Endless Ages” including arrangements by Edwin Childs of hymns and gospel songs.