William Dehning in dress rehearsal for the Verdi Requiem. (2006)
During his time at the University of Southern California, he conducted many choral-orchestral programs. The Verdi Requiem
was his Swan Song in the genre.
The USC Thornton Chamber Choir 05-06
This particular ensemble toured East Asia in May of '06, performing to a crowd of 1500 at the National Concert Hall in
USC Thornton Chamber Choir in Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Japan. (2006)
Dehning and his Lieutenants: Colwitz, Harper,
and Quintana in Taipei, Taiwan. (2006)
Dehning and his all-time favorite tenor, Matt Brown. (2007)
Dehning with some of "the boys" of the Chamber Choir
after his last USC concert: Chris Delp, Christian Campos, Dominic Gregorio, and Dan Roihl. (2007)
Dehning with former mentor/colleague, Dr. James Vail and colleague Nick Strimple (far
Competing in Tours, France. (2003)
A night out in Paris. (2003)
Thornton Chamber Choir on tour in Brussels, Belgium. (2003)
In rehearsal in Kortrijk, Belgium. (2003)
Dehning in a Chamber Choir rehearsal. Perla Warren
once told him, "Bill, you have the most beautiful hands. For a man."
Verdi Tenor soloist Jonathan Mack in the background.
Again in the Verdi dress rehearsal. The omnipresent sweat towel can be seen on the stand.