Watch and Listen

Audio and Video Gallery

On this page you’ll find a gallery of sample performances that reflect Kyle Haugen’s experience as a conductor, composer, organist, and tenor.

Conductor/Composer (alphabetical by title of piece)

Das neugeborne Kindelein

Kyle Haugen conducts Northwest Repertory Singers in Dietrich Buxtehude’s Das neugeborne Kindelein for choir and Baroque  orchestra. Recorded live in performance Decmeber 2011.

Grant Us Thy Peace

Kyle Haugen conducts the Northwest Reformation 500 Festival Choir in Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy’s “Grant Us Thy Peace” for choir and piano (Neil A. Kjos Music Co.) on October 29, 2017. The event commemorated the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses.  The Festival Choir was a non-auditioned chorus of more than 200 singers from across the Puget Sound region. Two rehearsals were held prior to the event.

Lost in the Night

Anton Armstrong conducts the St. Olaf Choir in Kyle Haugen’s arrangement of the Finnish Advent hymn “Lost in the Night” for SAB voices and piano (Augsburg Fortress) in the Twin Cities Public Television production of the 2001 St. Olaf College Christmas Festival, Love Divine, Illumine Our Darkness. The program was broadcast annually on PBS television stations throughout the United States for four years.

What Cheer?

Kyle Haugen conducts the Tacoma Youth Chorus Men’s Choir in his original composition on the medieval English Carol, “What Cheer?” for TB voices, piano (or harp), flute, and tambourine (manuscript). Recorded live in performance December 2014.

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

Kyle Haugen conducts the Northwest Reformation 500 Festival Choir in Gilbert Martin’s arrangement of the hymn “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross” for choir and organ (Theodore Presser Co.) on October 29, 2017. The event commemorated the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses. 

Where Shepherds Lately Knelt

Kyle Haugen’s original music to Jaroslav Vajda’s text “Where Shepherds Lately Knelt” is performed by a studio choir (SATB divisi and piano) upon its publication by Augsburg Fortress in 2018 .

Organist

Informal organ recital

Kyle Haugen, organ,  performs an informal recital on the “Third Fridays” series on the John Brombaugh organ (Opus 22, 1979) at Christ Episcopal Church, Tacoma, Washington, USA. Recorded live in performance February 2017.

A PDF of the program pieces, including a comparison the original German and a new composite translation of the hymn “If You But Trust in God to Guide You” prepared by Kyle for the recital may be found here.

To skip ahead, click the “play” button (triangle) and slide across the timeline (total: 35:52):

  • Concerto in A minor (Antonio Vivaldi, arr. J.S. Bach) at 0:00
  • Hymn with variations between stanzas: “If You But Trust in God to Guide You” at 12:17
  • How Bright Appears the Morning Star (Paul Manz) at 28:48
  • Prelude, Fugue, and Chaconne (Dietrich Buxtehude) at 30:57

Tenor

Bring Him Home

Kyle Haugen, tenor, performs “Bring Him Home” within a medley of selections from Les Miserables for a pops choral concert performed by Northwest Repertory Singers. Recorded live in performance May 2013.

Tenor recitative: Er kommt (from Wachet auf)

Kyle Haugen, tenor, performs “Er kommt,” the tenor recitative from J.S. Bach’s cantata no. 140 (Wachet auf, ruft uns die stimme) for Northwest Repertory Singers. Recorded live in performance May 2011.