An ensemble from the UI Black Chorus, directed by music professor Ollie Watts Davis, will perform at the next Second Sunday concert Nov. 13. The free concert is at 2 p.m. at the Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion. John Frayne and Roger Cooper will host a live broadcast of the concert on the sponsoring station, WILL-FM (90.9). The chorus, founded in 1968, works from the African-American choral tradition, including African chants, field hollahs, Negro spirituals and anthems, and traditional and contemporary gospel selections. Included in the varied Second Sunday program are "Hush! Somebody's Callin' My Name," arranged by Brazeal Dennard; "Psalms," by Thomas Whitfield; and "He Lifted Me," arranged by Rudolph Stanfield.