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Chorus America's calendar features concerts, auditions, workshops, festivals, and special events throughout North America. Both members and site users may post to the calendar; simply login (top righthand corner) to complete the simple submission form. Not yet a member or a site user? Join or create your account now.

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2014 Masterworks Series

New York City & Chicago

cpapania | Education, Impact/Value, Participation, Performance, Professional, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Schools, Singing, Symphonic, Venue

Manhattan Concert Productions' Masterworks Series invites qualified ensembles to collaborate on a major work for choir, professional orchestra and soloists. Imagine performing a Brahms' Requiem or Haydn's The Creation on the same stage where so many classical artists past and present have performed! http://mcp.us/masterworks-series/page/3/ Read more

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2014 Octavo Series

New York City, Washington, D.C., and Chicago

cpapania | Conducting, Participation, Performance, Professional, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Schools, Singing, Venue

The Octavo Series is Manhattan Concert Productions' most popular event for high schools. Qualified ensembles will collaborate with other high school choirs from across the United States to perform exciting repertoire - a distinctive variety of six shorter works carefully chosen for effective performance at home preceding an excellent artistic experience in New York City, Chicago or Washington, D.C. http://mcp.us/octavo-series/page/3/ Read more

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2014 Children's Choir Series

New York City & Chicago

cpapania | Children/Youth, Education, Impact/Value, Participation, Performance, Professional, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Schools, Singing, Venue

Manhattan Concert Productions' Children's Choir Series invites qualified choirs to collaborate with other children's choirs from across the United States to perform exciting repertoire - a distinctive variety of 6 shorter works carefully chosen for effective performance at  home before an excellent artistic experience. Read more

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If/Then Opening Night

Richard Rodgers Theatre 226 West 46th Street Between Broadway and 8th Avenue

Surles Michael | Audiences

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Eternal Light: Mozart and Lauridsen

Vancouver, BC

Steven Belanger | Performance

Enter into the Eternal Light of great choral music in this Good Friday concert in the Orpheum - Mozart’s venerable masterpiece, Requiem, and the modern lyricism of Morten Lauridsen’s beautiful Lux Aeterna - with the Vancouver Chamber Choir, Pacifica Singers, soloists and orchestra. Read more

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Toronto Mendelssohn Choir: Sacred Music for a Sacred Space

83 Power St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto Mendels... |

Enjoy the glories of French composers Maurice Duruflé and Louis Vierne in a concert of music for chorus and organ. Duruflé’s Requiem, based on the Gregorian plainchant Mass for the Dead, focuses on the ideas of peace, faith and hope. The dramatic dialogue between chorus and organ in Vierne’s Messe Solennelle is at times majestic, prayerful and exulting. Noel Edison, conductor Caron Daley, Associate Conductor Michael Bloss, organ Toronto Mendelssohn Choir For more information or to purchase tickets, kindly visit http://tmchoir.org/tmcPerformances/sacred-music.cfm Read more

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The Birth of Gospel

915 E 60th St., Chicago, IL, 60637

Matt Greenberg | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Families, History, Impact/Value, Performance, Singing

Chicago a cappella will take you on a journey from the pre-gospel Classical works sung in many African-American churches to hymns, spirituals, and finally the full flowering of gospel music itself, which began right here in Chicago. Read more

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Bach's Legacy

Belvedere, CA

American Bach S... | Audiences

These concerts will feature motets and choral works by J. S. Bach, along with choral masterpieces by Mendelssohn and Brahms, two composers who were profoundly influenced by the Cantor of Leipzig and sought to emulate his style. Bach’s exquisite cantata 131, “Out of the depths I call to thee,” is one of his earliest, composed at the age of 22. And his motet settings, for double chorus and instruments, became the inspiration for future generations of composers. Read more

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The Cecilia Chorus of New York in Concert

New York, New York

Mark Shapiro | Audiences

Music Director Mark Shapiro conducts The Cecilia Chorus of New York in a quartet of works for chorus and orchestra: Toward the Unknown Region by Vaughan Williams; Nanie by Brahms; Te Deum by Bruckner; and the world premiere of a commissioned work, Credo for a Secular City by Tom Cipullo.  Soloists: Kristina Bachrach, soprano; Virginie Verrez, mezzo-soprano; Noah Baetge, tenor; Michael Anthony McGee, baritone.  More at ceciliachorusny.org. Read more

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Upon These Shores

St. Petersburg, FL

The Master Chor... | Performance

Since the inception of America our country has been sought out as a safe haven, a land of opportunity and a birthplace of invention and art. The Master Chorale of Tampa Bay will explore this most American of ideals through the presentation of Upon These Shores, a concert featuring music of and about the immigrant experience in America. The Chorale will present music from many genres including classical, Broadway, American songbook, and two new commissions, "The Voices" by renowned American composer and conductor Dale Warland, and "We Can Mend the Sky" by award-winning composer Jake Runestad both of whom will be present at the concerts. Read more

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Past Events

 

Feldenkrais for Singers and Open Rehearsal

224 Waverly Place, New York 10014

Darlene Wyzga | Participation, Rehearsal, Singing, Technique/Tool

  Join the singers of Schola Cantorum on Hudson for Feldenkrais for Singers and Open Rehearsal Read more

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Treble Voices Now 2014

49 Knox Drive, Lafayette, CA 94549

Teresa Caldwell | Singing

WomenSing is pleased to announce Treble Voices Now 2014, a San Francisco Bay Area new music festival for upper voiced choirs. Read more

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Youth Inspiring Youth--Composers Public Workshop

49 Knox Drive, Lafayette, CA

Teresa Caldwell | Performance

The 2014 winners of WomenSing's Youth Inspiring Youth--Commissioning Emerging Composers competition will take part in a public workshop.  Jordan Nelson and Chris Castro, the 2014 competition winners will hear their new compositions performed for the first time as they receive coaching from their mentors, composer and USC professor Cristian Grases, and WomenSing Artistic Director Martin Benvenuto.  A fascinating look at the compositional process in action.  Workshop is free and open to the public. Read more

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Concert: Choirs of Chirst Church Cathedral, Oxford and Grace Church on-the-Hill

300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto, ON

ecnice | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Children/Youth, Community Outreach, Conducting, Families, General, History, Performance, Professional, Singing

The Concert - Tuesday April 8 at 7.30 pm. Tickets to be sold by Grace Church - http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-choir-of-christ-church-cathedral-oxford-tickets-10337143675 Phone: (416) 488-7884 E-mail: info@gracechurchonthehill.ca Price: $30 per head, there is a $5 discount if you also buy a Workshop Ticket for Monday. The Pieces Christe Jesu -- Taverner Ave verum -- Byrd See, see the word is incarnate -- Gibbons Organ piece Five Spirituals -- Tippett (Joint choirs in “Steal Away” and “Deep river”) INTERVAL Cantique de Jean Racine -- Fauré  Libera me -- Fauré* Sung Jointly with Grace My soul there is a country -- Parry Where does the uttered music go -- Walton Organ piece O God thou art my God* Purcell Sung Jointly with Grace 2 choruses from Foundling Hospital anthem Handel (Hallelujah chorus) Read more

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Choral Workshop with the Choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford

300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto, ON

ecnice | Adults/Seniors, Children/Youth, Community Outreach, Conducting, Education, General, Networking, Performance, Professional, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Schools, Singing, Technique/Tool

Are you in a choir? Do you like to sing? Do you like choral music? Then, please join the Christ Church Cathedral Choir from Oxford who are visiting Grace Church on-the-Hill for a unique evening. An evening where you will rehearse 4 pieces with the Choir and their director, Dr Stephen Darlington, and then sing the program together.  TIME AND PLACE: 7.30pm Monday April 7, 2015 at Grace Church on-the-Hill—300 Lonsdale Road, Toronto  Why are we doing this? One of the principal aims of this concert is to strengthen the bonds of community in Toronto’s choral community. The program is designed to offer something for all tastes and experience. You can be an expert, an amateur or just a fan. The pieces are: Libera me—Fauré  Ave verum—Byrd  Halleluia Chorus—Handel  I’m gonna sing—Traditional TICKETS: $15 (or $10 for parties of 10 or more) Plus there is a $5 rebate if you also buy a Concert Ticket for Tuesday.  Tickets to be sold by Grace Church - http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-choir-of-christ-church-cathedral-oxford-tickets-10337143675 - (416) 488-7884.  To help you prepare openchoir.org is an online tutorial for the Libera me from the Fauré Requiem. More about this here: http://www.chchchoir.org/usa-canada-2014/choral-tutorial/.  Grace Church on-the-Hill (http://www.gracechurchonthehill.ca/), in Toronto, is a centre for choral music in Toronto. Grace Church has itself a very wide choral program with Boys’, Girls’, Men’s and Women’s Choirs. Grace Church also hosts 9 other Toronto choirs.  Phone 416-488-7884  Fax 416-488-4770  Email: info@gracechurchonthehill.ca Read more

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Cathedral Echoes

San Juan Capistrano, CA

Ryan McSweeney | Performance

Pacific Chorale and cellist Timothy Landauer perform in the resonant acoustics of San Juan Capistrano's Mission Basilica, under the baton of Artistic Director John Alexander. Including works by Bruckner, Tavener, Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Bach, and Barber. Read more

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Cap Kaki Tiga, Setia, Manfaat

Jakarta

tigaKaki | Education

Cap Kaki Tiga, Setia, Manfaat dalam rangka memperingati 75 tahun Cap Kaki Tiga, Setia, Manfaat hadir di dunia. Read more

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Exodus: Dreams of the Promised Land in Antebellum America

54 Pearl Street

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Reg E. Cathey of House of Cards joins the acclaimed Western Wind Ensemble for a moving and joyous celebration of the struggle for freedom and triumph over adversity through theatre and music.  Tickets start at $25 and can be purchased at http://www.salonsanctuary.org or by calling 1 888 718-4253               Read more

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Virginia Arts Festival Presents Actéon

Norfolk, VA

amandascoleman | Audiences, Families, Performance, Professional, Singing, Symphonic

  The Virginia Arts Festival presents a rare evening of period music conducted by one of the most revered names in early music performance, William Christie, on Tuesday, April 15, at Norfolk’s First Lutheran Church. Mr. Christie will lead the musicians of Juilliard415, the principal period-instrument ensemble of The Juilliard School, and singers from Juilliard Opera in Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s 18th-century treasure, Actéon. Read more

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Dona Nobis Pacem

1650 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek, CA

DiabloChoralArtists | Performance

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